Part of Ninth Street in West Oakland renamed Black Panther Leader Huey P. NewtonA three-story section of a street in West Oakland was renamed on Wednesday after Black Panther Party’s co-founder Huey P. Newton. John Ramos reports. (17/02/21)

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Newsom GOP Challenger Faulconer Brings Governor Longshot Deal to San FranciscoAmid excitement over the San Francisco Schools Board’s handling of the pandemic and multiple non-pandemic-related controversies, the man hoping to oust California Governor Gavin Newsom stopped in town Wednesday . Wilson Walker reports. (17/02/21)

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Pandemic protocols change the way Ash Wednesday is celebratedDevin Fehely reports on changes that COVID-19 imposed on believers during the Ash Wednesday celebrations (02/17/2021).

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Formerly homeless Oakland Man leads project to clean up campsVincent Ray Williams III, who once lived in Oakland. Now on a mission to clean up homeless camps in Oakland and has trained other volunteers to help. Sharon Chin reports. (17/02/21)

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Controversial right-wing radio host Rush Limbaugh dies at the age of 70Don Ford reports on the death and lingering effects of controversial conservative talk-radio personality Rush Limbaugh (2-17-20201)

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Unite America: The Venerable San Jose Baptist Church Fights on the COVID FrontlineDevin Fehely reports on a Baptist church in San Jose that has had COVID tests carried out throughout the pandemic, despite being closed for worship (2-17-2021).

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SFUSD closer to reopening plan as schools ready for student returnSchools in San Francisco are ready and waiting for all 52,000 students to return, and the school district got one step closer to getting a plan approved. Kenny Choi reports.

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Buster Posey returns to SF Giants after the season, training with dirty diapersAfter taking last season off to care for his newborn twins and avoid COVID-19, catcher Buster Posey returns to the team after an unusual training program. Dennis O’Donnell reports.

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Santa Clara County expands COVID vaccine eligibility for education, emergency services, and foodKiet Do reports on Santa Clara County, including a broader spectrum of sectors for COVID vaccine approval starting February 28 (2-17-2021).

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Coyote who attacked girls in Moraga determined to be the same in previous Lamorinda attacksIt has been confirmed that a coyote who assaulted a 3-year-old girl walking down a street in Moraga with her mother is the same coyote responsible for a number of attacks on people in the area. Andria Borba reports. (17/02/21)

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Prevent pandemicsThe Humane Society is in Wuhan investigating the origins of COVID-19. CBSN Bay Area asks her about the relationship between pandemics and factory farming.

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Margo Hall named Artistic Director of Iconic SF TheaterBlack Renaissance presenter Janice Mabry interviews Margo Hall, the new Artistic Director of the Lorraine Hansberry Theater in San Francisco.

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San Francisco’s lack of foster parentsLen Kiese of CBSN Bay Area speaks to Michele Segal Foy, a pediatric nurse and foster parent, about the shortage of foster parents in San Francisco. More than half of the SF nursing youth are outside the city.

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San Francisco Schools Superintendent Announces Reopening Agreement; Date not yet specifiedSan Francisco Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Vincent Matthews said Wednesday there was a tentative agreement for a return to classroom learning that the board is expected to ratify next week. However, no reopening date has been announced. Anne Makovec reports. (17/02/21)

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WEB EXTRA: Former Trump Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City implodesThe former Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, imploded Wednesday morning. It has been closed since 2014. People gathered on the beach to watch the building come down.

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BERKELEY SCHOOL REOPENING: Berkeley school officials set the schedule for returning to the classroomsBerkeley school officials set the schedule for returning to the classrooms

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TODAY FORECAST: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamShowers are in the forecast for Thursday

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FATAL HIT-AND-RUN: CHP searches for a driver who fled the scene after fatally killing a man on Bay BridgeCHP is looking for a driver who escaped the scene after fatally killing a man on Bay Bridge

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VIDEO: Shopkeeper shot dead in robbery at Vallejo Dollar StoreA shopkeeper is fighting for his life after being shot dead in a robbery in Vallejo, police said.

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SF lawmakers vote on the fate of GG Park’s ferris wheelThe fate of the ferris wheel is fought over in Golden Gate Park. Betty Yu has both sides of the story.

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Moraga neighbors on the sidelines after coyote attacks girl who walks with motherA coyote attack on a young girl is on the verge of a neighborhood in Moraga. Andrea Nakano shares that the same animal may have been linked to at least three other recent attacks.

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COVID: Long lines, 2 hours long waiting times at the vaccination site in Levi’s StadiumThe state’s largest vaccination center at Levi’s Stadium has long lines and waiting times. Maria Medina tells us that the wait was so long that a person actually passed out.

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The proposal would encourage homeless people to clean up the Guadalupe River area in San JoseThe city of San Jose has found an innovative way to address the homeless problem. The idea is to house the homeless and give them jobs to clean up areas of the city. Devin Fehely reports. (02/16/21)

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State mass vaccination sites at Oakland Coliseum, Cal State, LAState and federal officials opened two large COVID-19 bulk vaccination sites Tuesday, with military personnel delivering thousands of doses of the coveted vaccine to residents of Oakland and Los Angeles. Wilson Walker reports. (02/16/21)

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