VIDEO: The surveillance video shows a man defacing an SF mural dedicated to Asian cultureMurals celebrating Asian culture in San Francisco’s Chinatown have been destroyed. Betty Yu shows us a surveillance video that could lead to the perpetrator.

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COVID: Youth Evenings at Levi’s Stadium Aim to attract more youth to vaccinesThere is an urge to vaccinate teenagers in Santa Clara County. Marina Medina tells us more about the county’s creative approach.

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Detained in CA prisons who were vaccinated more frequently than staffThe introduction of vaccines has been going on in prisons in the United States for months. People incarcerated in California prisons are now vaccinated more frequently than staff. Michelle Griego of CBSN Bay Area spoke to Yukari Kane, co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, and Jesse Vasquez, former editor-in-chief of San Quentin News, about the progress of the rollout.

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COVID: BART offers lower tariffs to lure drivers backBART hopes to lure back drivers who have been suspicious of public transportation since the pandemic. Len Ramirez tells us that they plan to offer lower ticket prices.

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Levi’s Stadium hosts Teen Vaccination Party NightMaria Medina reports on the vaccination site at Levi’s Stadium that encourages teenagers to take pictures with a dance party (5-11-2021)

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The owner of a bakery in San Francisco faces a backlash to reopen the Great Highway to carsWilson Walker Reports on Growing Debate on Reopening San Francisco’s Great Highway to Car Traffic (5-11-2021)

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The owner of a Buddhist temple in Fremont who is filing a civil rights lawsuit against the city alleges discriminationThe owner of a small Buddhist temple in the hills of Fremont announced plans to file a civil rights lawsuit against the city. She claimed she was discriminated against in her search for a building permit. Devin Fehely reports. (5/11/21)

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Tuesday evening forecast with Paul Heggen(5/11/2021)

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Investing in recycled water pays off for North Marin Water DistrictThis is going to be a long, dry summer, and water managers across the state are looking for new sources to meet their demand. But a small district in Marin County has relied on a drought-resistant water supply that could pay off this year.

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Team Coverage: Major League Baseball Greenlights Oakland A’s are considering movingMajor League Baseball said the Coliseum’s current location was not feasible for a new stadium, and allowed the A’s to consider a possible move if a proposal for a new baseball stadium at Howard Terminal fails. Andria Borba and Dennis O’Donnell report. (5/11/21)

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2 dead in terrible collision on Marin Avenue in BerkeleyAndrea Nakano reports tragic, doubly fatal collision on Marin Avenue in Berkeley (5-11-2021)

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RAW video: Stockton Police press conference on police fatalitiesJimmy Inn, a Stockton police officer, was shot dead Tuesday after responding to a domestic violence phone call. A second policeman killed the suspect. (5/11/21)

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Video: Elderly Asian American attacked, robbed in San LeandroAn elderly Asian American was attacked and robbed in a brazen attack in his San Leandro neighborhood over the weekend that was taped on surveillance video. (5/11/21)

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Governor Newsom Unveils $ 12 Billion Plan to End Family Homelessness Within 5 YearsAnne Makovec Talks About State That Announces Historic Investments To End Homelessness In California (5-11-2021)

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“Zeus” Fights Racism Against Asian Americans Amid COVID-19Michelle Griego of CBSN Bay Area speaks to Chris Soriano, the director, producer and actor of the film ‘Zeus’. It’s a new boxing film that deals with the themes of racism and hatred against Asian Americans.

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The helping hand of the East Bay Food BankCBSN Bay Area speaks with Suzan Bateson with the Alameda County Community Food Bank about how they are providing enough food to feed 75,000 people a week.

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San Mateo County Returns to Yellow Level; Bars to resume indoor serviceKiet Do reports that San Mateo County is the second region in the Bay Area to return to the Yellow Level (5-11-2021).

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San Francisco Ballets “Romeo and Juliet”CBSN Bay Area speaks to Joseph Walsh with the San Francisco Ballet about his productions of “Romeo and Juliet,” which will run through May 26, 2021.

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TODAY forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamTemperatures in the East Bay rise well into the 1990s

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PIX nowTuesday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom

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Drought in California: In light of worsening drought conditions, Bay Area water communities are considering new enforcement measuresAs drought conditions worsen, the Bay Area water districts are considering new enforcement measures

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Homeowners buying insurance in high fire areas should prepare for a sticker shockThe start of the fire season should be a wake-up call for home buyers and owners in places like Paradise, California. Susie Steimle reports that the insurance tariffs in these high-fire areas can lead to a sticker shock.

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Asian-American attacks: Couple dragged into brazen parking lot robbery in OaklandAn Asian couple was robbed and dragged in an Oakland parking lot while trying to fight back. Betty Yu got an exclusive interview with the victims.

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