Homeless Assistance Volunteer Says The Sting At San Jose Church Won’t Put him offThere is no stopping a victim of a brutal attack on a homeless person from helping the homeless community. Susie Steimle reports. (3-12-21)

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Friday night lights shine over the Bay Area with the return of high school footballMarch isn’t usually the season for football, but the Friday night lights are back on as schools in the Bay Area try to save a season. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-12-21)

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The return of indoor dining draws crowds to Pleasanton restaurantsAlameda County eased restrictions and on Friday night diners were allowed to dine in Pleasanton restaurants for the first time in months. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-12-21)

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Legislators and community leaders gather in San Jose on Saturday against anti-Asian violenceCalifornia lawmakers are taking action in the wake of the recent rise in hatred and violence against Asia. Maria Medina reports. (3-12-21)

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National Colon Cancer Awareness MonthMarch is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Michelle Griego of CBSN Bay Area interviews Dr. Anderson Rowe of the San Ramon Regional Medical Center on top causes and symptoms to look out for.

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PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (3-12-21)

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Community leaders say many attacks on Asian Americans go unreportedCommunity leaders say the recent attacks against Asian Americans are only the tip of the iceberg. As Lin reports. (3-12-21)

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Sonoma County Winery is setting the vineyard aside as a habitat for monarch butterfliesThe Jordan Winery in Sonoma County is donating eight acres to help the endangered monarch butterfly population. Don Ford reports. (3-12-21)

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Grammy Awards: Nominees for the Bay AreaKen Bastida takes a look at the many Bay Area artists who have been nominated for a Grammy Award on KPIX this Sunday. (3-12-21)

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Precise forecast for Friday eveningChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the weekend microclimate forecast. (3-12-21)

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Bay Area is struggling to get vaccine when the first doses of Johnson & Johnson arriveMillions more Californians will be eligible for the vaccine as of Monday, but as Andria Borba reports, there simply aren’t enough doses in the Bay Area to get around. (3-12-21)

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SF man charged with sexual assault at Caltrain Station in San JoseA San Francisco man is now behind bars accused of sexually assaulting an Asian woman while she was waiting for her caltrain. Devin Fehely reports. (3-12-21)

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Raw video: emergency landing of a light aircraft near the Lafayette reservoirAerial photos of a light aircraft that made an emergency landing near the Lafayette reservoir on Friday afternoon. (3-12-21)

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Grammy Awards: Bay Area Man nominated for Album of the YearJulian-Quán Việt Lê. who teaches at his family’s Milpitas Music School. Co-producer, mixer and writer of a number of songs for an album that was nominated for a Grammy Award. Kiet Do reports from Milpitas. (3-11-21)

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Food deliveries for seniors in the Bay Area amid coronavirusOff the Grid is working with the City of Oakland to double the number of meals being delivered to seniors affected by the pandemic. CBSN Bay Area speaks with Lex Scala, Director of Operations at Off the Grid, about the collaboration.

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49ers urge teachers in the Bay Area to follow their blissCBSN Bay Area speaks with Sofy Navarro, senior manager of the San Francisco 49ers EDU, about how the organization has submitted applications for the “Follow Your Bliss” award, which honors Bay Area teachers.

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The young star of CBS ‘The Equalizer shines brightlyLaya DeLeon Hayes is one of the stars of “The Equalizer”. She speaks to CBSN Bay Area about what it’s like to work with Queen Latifah.

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Johnson & Johnson Vaccine: Hundreds line up in San Francisco to receive a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccineHundreds line up in San Francisco to receive a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine

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The Grammys look different amid a pandemicChris Martinez shares how the coronavirus pandemic is changing the presentation of the 63rd Grammy Awards show (3-12-2021).

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Qualified Americans could receive COVID aid money as early as this weekendCovering President Biden, Skyler Henry expresses hope that the U.S. will recover significantly from the pandemic by July 4th (3-12-2021).

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The Bay Area family is taking distance learning to a new level amid the COVID-19 pandemicFor many families, creating a work and distance learning area can be challenging when space is tight. However, a Bay Area family solves the problem while bringing back memories along the way. Gianna Franco reports.

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Prison education programs closed from Covid-19 pandemic have great benefitsEducational programs are vital to the rehabilitation of inmates. Studies have shown that regression in prison reduces recidivism by 43 percent. For every dollar spent on prison training, dollars are saved on incarceration costs. These programs have been closed across the country due to the Covid-19 pandemic. CBSN Bay Area’s Emily Turner spoke to Shaheen Pasha of the Prison Journalism Project, Jody Lewen, President of Mt. Tamalpais, and Marcus Blevins, who is graduating from 25 years in prison, about the importance of education in prison.

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Chatting with the Mayor of Oakland, Libby SchaafKPIX’s Anne Makovec interviews Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf about the American bailout plan, the reopening of schools and much more.

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Liam’s List March 12th :: Guide to Fitness, Eating, Fun and Social Distancing on St. Patrick’s DayKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem’s weekly tip list this week offers sure-fire ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

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