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EDD Debit Card Victims Taxed For Money Hackers have stolen their accountsAfter enduring all the frustrations of Bank of America EDD debit card fraud, Kenny Choi tells us that victims are now being taxed by the IRS for money they never received.

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Fremont: New red light cameras can increase security, but some say they only increase salesThe city of Fremont has installed two new red light cameras to make the streets safer. As reported by Maria Medina, some residents believe that it is just a matter of making more money.

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COVID reopening: SF restaurants with new technology to keep guests safeWith the return of indoor dining in San Francisco imminent, many people are wondering if it’s safe. Betty Yu shares the new technology that restaurants are using to keep their customers safe.

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COVID: Some Marin County Schools Reopen for In-Person LearningMost Marin County schools will soon be open for face-to-face learning. Andrea Nakano briefs on the district’s plan to protect teachers and students during the pandemic.

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Historic Petaluma Dairy Faced with Closing Due to Unpaid Sewage Fines and FeesThe historic Petaluma Dairy was threatened with closure for unpaid wastewater charges and fines. Don Ford spoke to the city and the workers about the fate of the dairy.

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Local gardeners, landscapers attacked by gang members during break-ins, armed robberySan Jose police say they arrested more than a dozen gang members as part of a crime ring targeting landscapers and gardeners. Kiet Do reports. (03/01/21)

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The Healdsburg family is looking for a new homeWith the pandemic disrupting normal life, a Healdsburg family has joined the growing numbers of people moving out of the Bay Area and California. John Ramos reports that they have decided to make their move the trip of a lifetime.

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Petaluma vote planned to ban new gas stationsA proposal for a final vote in Petaluma would prohibit the construction of new gas stations in the city in order to stop producing emissions by 2030. Ken Bastida reports. (03/01/21)

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Santa Clara County to set up vaccination center for teachers and educators at the fairgroundsSanta Clara County is trying to make it easier and faster for educators to get vaccinated and is demanding a new vaccination center for teachers on Monday at the county’s fairgrounds.

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Monday evening forecast with Paul HeggenExpect clear skies and calmer winds with night lows in the upper 30’s and low 40’s on Monday nights. Temperatures will be warm again on Tuesday, with highs in the 70s. The urgently needed rain is not expected until late Friday at the earliest. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (03/01/21)

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Royals Week: A Review of Prince Harry & MeghanBefore Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which airs this week on CBS, KPIX 5 reporter Juliette Goodrich looks back on the making of the power couple. (03/01/21)

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Group calls Berkeley Teachers’ Union Leader a hypocrite who takes a child to a private preschoolAllen Martin reports on criticism received by a Berkeley teacher and union leader for taking his young daughter to a private preschool (3-1-2021).

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First doses of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Ship OutElise Preston reports on Johnson & Johnson’s newly approved single-dose vaccine, due for distribution (3-1-2021)

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State lawmaker Governor Newsom wins $ 6.6 billion deal to reopen California schoolsAndria Borba reports that lawmakers reached an agreement with Governor Gavin Newsom to fund school reopening (3-1-2021)

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Raw Video: House Fires in the San Francisco Field Mission; 7 InjuredSeven people were injured in a large house fire in San Francisco’s Outer Mission District on Monday, authorities said. (San Francisco Fire Department video)

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Postcards from New YorkLeigh Scheps Previews CBSN Bay Area of ​​Broadway appearances now available virtually.

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Facebook leader urges Silicon Valley to publicly crack down on Asian hate crimesBetty Yu Reports on Asian-American Facebook Executive Calling on the Public to Confront Recent Hate Crimes (02/28/2021)

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Raw Video: Scene of the fatal shootout in accordanceA man was shot dead on the 1100 block of Concord Ave. Found next to Heritage Square Shopping Center

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Some students are returning to Marin County classroom studyEmily Turner Reports More Students Returning to Marin County Classes (3-1-2021)

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State lawmaker Governor Newsom wins $ 6.6 billion deal to reopen California schoolsAnne Makovec reports that the legislature reached an agreement with Governor Gavin Newsom to fund the reopening of schools (3-1-2021).

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Matchday has disco feverKPIX sports director interviews new Giants starter Anthony DeSclafani. “Disco” explains how he got his nickname, why he signed with San Francisco, and how quickly he can change a diaper. (3-1-21)

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Game day: Warriors Win Streak ends in LAVern Glenn with the post-game recap after the Lakers blew up Warriors 117-91 in Los Angeles on Sunday night. “This is one that you don’t spend too much time on. Flush the toilet and move on,” said head coach Steve Kerr after the game. (3-1-21)

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MEDICAL MONDAY: Face Mask GuidelinesAlmost a year after the coronavirus pandemic began, there is now a standard for everyday face masks. CBSN Bay Area speaks to Dr. Stanford Health Care’s Dean Winslow on the new ASTM standards.

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