Israel continues bombing in Gaza; At least 6 more deaths overnightIsraeli warplanes struck the Gaza Strip overnight, killing at least six people. The cross-border battles have reached a tenth day with no sign of stopping. At least 219 Palestinians and 12 people in Israel have died. Reporter Ian Lee got the latest. (05/19/21)

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Wednesday afternoon weather forecast with Mary Lee(05/19/21)

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Santa Clara County restaurants enjoy reduced restrictions on the yellow tierJustin Andrews reports on restaurants that have got used to changes from Santa Clara County and will officially enter the Yellow Tier on Wednesday (May 19, 2021).

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Man dies early morning 2-alarm San Francisco house fireAnne Makovec reports on the Cole Valley neighborhood that was struck by a fatal fire early in the morning in San Francisco (5-19-2021).

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Raw video: Mountain View Policeman Body Cam shows an injured man rescued in a violent crashThe actions of a Mountain View police officer may have saved the life of a man involved in a fiery collision during a rescue that was caught on the officer’s body-worn camera on May 13. (Video from Mountain View PD)

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YELLOW LEVEL: Santa Clara County begins day one under the state’s least restrictive COVID-19 Yellow TierSanta Clara County begins day one under the state’s least restrictive COVID-19 Yellow Tier

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Deadly fire in San Francisco: At least one person dies early in the morning in San FranciscoAt least one person dies in an early morning fire in San Francisco

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TODAY forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamTemperatures will rise by the weekend

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San Lorenzo fire: Two were rescued from injuries early Wednesday morning following a fire in the San Lorenzo houseTwo were rescued after injuries in the San Lorenzo house fire early Wednesday morning

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Family, friends mourn Modesto teen killed in Oakland Party Bus ShootingWe hear from the mother of a 16-year-old Modesto girl who was shot dead when the party bus she was on was mugged on I-580 in Oakland. Velena Jones reports. (5-18-21)

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Mountain Lion seen wandering San Francisco neighborhoodsAuthorities warned residents of San Francisco’s Bernal Heights and Portola neighborhoods that a mountain lion was seen roaming the city streets early Tuesday morning. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-18-21)

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Legal experts weigh the legality of employers prosecuting workers for vaccinationAs of Wednesday, Santa Clara County companies will have to track which of their employees have been vaccinated. It raises a lot of privacy concerns. Andria Borba reports. (5-18-21)

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1 killed, another seriously injured in an accident near the SF Civic CenterOne person died and another was fighting for their life after an accident outside the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on Tuesday night. (5-18-21)

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PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (5-18-21)

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RAW: Ring video shows mountain lions in the Portola District of San FranciscoRing video of a mountain lion migrating in the Portola District area of ​​San Francisco (Image credit: Diego Perez)

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The taste of Temescal Food Crawl returns to Telegraph AvenueTemescal’s annual culinary taste returned to Oakland Tuesday night after being canceled due to the pandemic last year. Kenny Choi reports. (5-18-21)

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Marin County declares drought emergencyConditions are so bad that Marin County was officially declared a “drought emergency” on Tuesday. The action could help the county gain access to disaster relief funds. Wilson Walker reports. (5-18-21)

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Santa Clara University women’s soccer champs return triumphantlyThe Santa Clara women’s national soccer team returned Tuesday for a hero reception of enthusiastic fans. John Ramos reports. (5-18-21)

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Silicon Valley business required to track employee vaccination statusSilicon Valley companies need to keep track of who has been vaccinated and who has not. Privacy advocates are concerned. Devin Fehely reports. (5-18-21)

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Experts weigh COVID risks for summer travelersFor many who were cooped up for months during the pandemic, getting to heaven is important. How safe is it to travel when you are vaccinated? And what about COVID variants? Elizabeth Cook reports. (5-18-21)

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Stanford reverses course – does not cut sports programsAfter it was announced last July that 11 college sports would be canceled, Stanford University now says those sports will continue. Allen Martin reports. (5-18-21)

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Precise forecast for Tuesday eveningChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the Bay Area Futurecast. (5-18-21)

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