Pandemic won’t stop San Jose Stoners from celebrating 4/20 – CBS San Francisco

Marin County opens new vaccination sites after missing yellow tier statusNew vaccination sites are opening in Marin County to accelerate herd immunity and reach the yellow reopening stage. Emily Turner reports. (04/21/21)

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Justice Department launches investigation into Minneapolis police practice following Derek Chauvin’s convictionsUS Attorney General Merrick Garland announced an investigation into police practices in Minneapolis following the convictions of Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd. Skyler Henry reports. (04/21/21)

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Shocking video released from Danville Officer Fatal Shooting; Same officer charged with previous killings of suspectsAccording to a body cam video released Wednesday by the Sheriff’s Department, it took less than 40 seconds for a confrontation between a suspect armed with a knife and a Danville police officer to turn from an argument to a deadly shootout. Anne Makovec reports. (04/21/21)

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COVID: San Domenico high school teachers create music video on the COVID pandemicSan Domenico high school teachers are creating a music video on the COVID pandemic

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TODAY forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamMorning fog brings a cooling trend this week

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MARIN DROUGHT: Marin Water District will implement strict drought restrictions on May 1stMarin Water District will introduce strict drought restrictions on May 1st

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Pandemic doesn’t stop San Jose Stoners from celebrating 4/20The pandemic didn’t stop 4/4 celebrations across the Bay Area, even if it meant getting a little creative. Maria Medina reports from San Jose.

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COVID: Bay Area restaurants facing labor shortages as they prepare for indoor dinersThe restaurants in the Bay Area are finally reopening indoor eateries and seeing more customers. But as Betty Yu reports, there is an industry-wide staff shortage.

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Oaklanders express mixed feelings about Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdictAndrea Nakano spoke to people at Lake Merritt in Oakland who said they felt hopeful and skeptical after the conviction in George Floyd’s murder trial.

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Ret. Judge LaDoris Cordell weighs Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdictRetired Judge LaDoris Cordell speaks to Allen Martin about the “guilty verdict” in Derek Chauvin’s trial for the murder of George Floyd.

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KPIX Precise weather forecastPaul Heggen reports on possible rain for the Bay Area this weekend (April 20, 2021)

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San Jose NAACP Church leaders respond to Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdictCivil rights activists in San Jose responded to news of Derek Chauvin’s conviction in the trial for the murder of George Floyd. Wilson Walker was there.

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Marin Water District is due to vote on mandatory water restrictions due to low rainfallThe Marin Municipal Water District will vote on whether to impose mandatory water restrictions. Kenny Choi reports that the reservoirs are low and residents are adjusting to the new rules.

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Oakland residents respond to guilty verdict in a chauvinist trialLen Ramirez reports on Oaklanders’ response to the chauvinist ruling after downtown riot worries (4-20-2021).

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Derek Chauvin Trial: San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin Responds to Guilty ConvictionsSan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin spoke to KPIX 5’s Elizabeth Cook after former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. (04/20/21)

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Sacked cop Derek Chauvin was found guilty of three counts when George Floyd diedMichael George shares emotional response to a guilty verdict against former Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin (4-20-2021)

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Apple introduces Spring Product UpdateMichelle Griego Reports that Apple Announces Product and Service Updates (4-20-2021)

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San Francisco is taking steps to ban 4/20 park gatheringsEmily Turner shares steps taken in San Francisco parks to discourage gatherings to celebrate a pot smoking holiday (4-20-2021).

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COVID: As a constraint, Bay Area health professionals are making mask labeling easierAs COVID-19 restrictions ease, Betty Yu shares what medical experts are saying about the new etiquette.

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Record number of cargo ships waiting to be unloaded in Oakland HarborA record number of cargo ships are anchored in the bay, waiting to unload their containers. Andrea Nakano is at Oakland Port where officials say the backlog could delay goods by months.

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