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CBS 5 - San Francisco
CBS 5 - San Francisco

855 Battery St
San Francisco, CA 94111   Directions

(415) 362-5550

Website

Man, Woman Stabbed at Public Parking Lot in Santa Cruz
11/28/2020 1:20am

Santa Cruz police are investigating a double stabbing at one of the citys public parking lots early Friday evening.

Sacramento Police Investigate Fatal Black Friday Shooting at Arden Fair Mall
11/28/2020 12:00am

Police in Sacramento on Friday night responded to a shooting at Arden Fair Mall that left one person dead and a second person critically injured, according to authorities.

Bay Area Bargain Hunters Brave Long Lines On Black Friday Despite Pandemic
11/27/2020 9:42pm

The coronavirus pandemic could not keep bargain hunters from shopping on Black Friday.

COVID Contact Tracers Using Texts, Calls, Visits To Reach More People In SF
11/27/2020 9:28pm

Contact tracers at the San Francisco Department of Public Health are adjusting their strategy to match the rising caseloads, making phone calls and in-person visits to text messages.

Commercial Dungeness Crab Season On Hold While Wildlife Officials Watch Winter Whale Migration
11/27/2020 9:08pm

California has delayed the commercial crab season until December 16, hoping the migrating whales will move down the coast to their winter calving grounds in Mexico.

East Bay Express
East Bay Express

318 Harrison St
Oakland, CA 94607   Directions

(510) 879-3700

Website

Friday's Briefing: ; Shoppers mostly stay home for Black Friday deals; Most Golden Gate Fields covid-19 cases showed no symptoms
11/27/2020 6:00am

News you dont want to miss for Nov. 27:1. Bay Area shoppers, for the most part, chose to stay home for Black Friday deals amid a pandemic, the East Bay Times reports.

Wednesday's Briefing: Alameda Health System CEO resigns; Gas leak in Alameda
11/25/2020 6:00am

News you dont want to miss for Nov. 25:1. Alameda Health System CEO Delvecchio Finley abruptly resigned on Tuesday night, the East Bay Citizen reports.

Cafe Ohlone by mak-'amham
11/25/2020 3:00am

On the Sunday afternoon Cafe Ohlone opened in 2018, a line of eager and attentive people packed onto the patio at University Press Books. While the co-founders Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino led the group in a blessing before serving their dishes, a television crew from Los Angeles filmed the proceedings.

Dog Whistles No More
11/25/2020 3:00am

Racist code-words are a thing of the past Welfare queen, thug, inner-city: Since the Nixon administration, coded appeals to white supremacy have been part of the Republican playbook. These gentle slurs have come to be known as dog whistles, or terms that, according to Wikipedia, use language which appears normal to the majority, but which communicate specific things to intended audiences.

NAACP Leader Resigns
11/25/2020 3:00am

Conflict of interest led to backlash By Laurel Rosenhall Political consultant Alice Huffman has resigned as president of the California NAACP after a turbulent election season in which several Black leaders criticized her for endorsing ballot measures they saw as bad for African-American communitieswhile she was paid $1.7 million to work on the proposition campaigns. Huffman, who has led the California-Hawaii chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People for 20 years, sent a letter to the organizations executive committee on Nov. 12, saying she will step down for health reasons on Dec. 1.

East Bay Times
East Bay Times

175 Lennon Ln
Walnut Creek, CA 94598   Directions

(800) 598-4637

Website

1 dead, 1 injured in Sacramento Black Friday mall shooting
11/28/2020 12:08am

SACRAMENTO, Calif. AP A shooting at a Sacramento mall Friday killed one person and left another with life-threatening wounds and police were looking for the attacker, authorities said.

Big Game Takeaways: Stanford Cardinal finally wins a game, and it’s THE game
11/28/2020 12:06am

Stanford had lost six games in a row, dating to October of 2019

Santa Cruz police investigate parking lot double stabbing
11/27/2020 11:52pm

The stabbing happened just after 6 p.m. in a parking lot at Front and Laurel streets.

4-year-old girl drowns on Thanksgiving at Marin County beach
11/27/2020 10:39pm

The incident was reported at McClures Beach in the Point Reyes National Seashore, where a large autumn swell was producing waves 8- to 12-feet high.

Big Game Takeaways: Cal Bears tell story of their season in one play
11/27/2020 10:05pm

Blocked PAT is latest -- and greatest -- example of how special-teams play has sunk Cal.

KRON TV 4
KRON TV 4

900 Front St
San Francisco, CA 94111   Directions

(415) 561-8694

Website

US tops 13M confirmed coronavirus cases
11/27/2020 5:09pm

More than 13 million cases of the coronavirus have now been reported in the United States, with the most recent million coming in less than a week, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

US appeals court rejects Trump appeal over Pennsylvania race
11/27/2020 12:50pm

President Donald Trumps legal team suffered yet another defeat in court Friday as a federal appeals court in Philadelphia roundly rejected its latest effort to challenge the states election results.

Driver hit and killed by big-rig in Oakland
11/27/2020 10:27am

OAKLAND BCN -- The driver of a Toyota Celica died Friday morning after his car was hit by a big-rig in the middle lanes of northbound Interstate Highway 880 in Oakland, California Highway Patrol officials said. CHP officers were called at 12:49 a.m. about a Toyota blocking the middle lanes of the freeway at Market ...

A look at the Bay Area's pandemic Black Friday
11/27/2020 8:31am

SAN FRANCISCO KRON -- The crowded overnight lines typically seen on Black Friday were gone this year as coronavirus forces change to Americas traditions. At the Hacienda Crossings Shopping Center in Dublin, Calif., a few people were going in and out of Best Buy at 6 a.m. but the tech store was all out of ...

CDC sets meeting on allocation of COVID-19 vaccine
11/28/2020 12:41am

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices released its agenda Friday to discuss the allocation of initial supplies of COVID-19 vaccine: Phase 1.

KTVU TV 36
KTVU TV 36

2 Jack London Square NW
Oakland, CA 94607   Directions

(510) 834-1212

Website

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