Two Women Seen Attacking Uber Driver in Viral Video Wanted For Assault, RobberyA San Francisco Police source has told KPIX 5 that two women are wanted in the recent assault of an Uber driver. (3/10/21)
Project Home: Bidding Wars Return As Bay Area Housing Market Heats Up 1 Year Into PandemicIn the Bay Area’s housing market, bidding wars are back with a vengeance, nearly 1 year into the COVID-19 pandemic. Susie Steimle reports. (3/10/21)
COVID Reopening: Pleasanton 1st Public Middle, High Schools In Alameda County To Resume In-Person LearningOn Thursday, the Pleasanton Unified School District will become the first in Alameda County to resume in-person learning at all grade levels, including middle and high schools, for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Andrea Nakano reports. (3/10/21)
COVID Vaccine: Santa Clara County Stops Scheduling First Dose Appointments Due To SupplyOfficials in Santa Clara County said they have stopped scheduling appointments for first doses of COVID-19 vaccine, after receiving fewer than expected doses from the state. Maria Medina reports. (3/10/21)
VIDEO: Coast Guard Searching For Driver Who Jumped Off Bay Bridge After Major CrashA search was underway for a driver who jumped off the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge after a multi-car crash that prompted the shutdown of westbound lanes for almost an hour.
SF Startup’s 10-Minute Battery Swapping Stations Could Revolutionize Market For EVsA San Francisco startup is offering a way to recharge electric vehicles in just 10 minutes. John Ramos tells us it could revolutionize the market for EVs.
Berkeley People’s Park Occupiers Deny Responsibility For Vandalism On HomesStudent occupiers at an encampment in historic People’s Park were in a battle with University of California at Berkeley over who is responsible for a spate recent attacks and vandalism. Don Ford reports.
Source Identifies Suspect In Brutal Oakland Assault That Left Elderly Asian Man On Life SupportKatie Nielsen reports on a police source saying the suspect in the Oakland assault and robbery that left a 75-year-old Asian man clinging to life has lengthy criminal history (3-10-2021)
Wednesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenAfter a stormy Wednesday, which included hail in some areas, expect showers to taper off Wednesday night and cold conditions. Fog, dense in some areas, may be possible. On Thursday, conditions will be cool and dry, with temperatures warming up heading into the weekend. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (3/10/21)
Jefferson Award Winners: Margaret Gonzalez and Steve Perdicaris.This week’s Jefferson Award winners are a pair of musicians is using the power of music to transform the lives of underserved students in San Francisco’s Mission District. Sharon Chin reports. (3/10/21)
Source: Oakland Suspect Who Left 75-Year-Old Asian Victim on Life Support Has Long Criminal HistoryKatie Nielsen reports on a police source saying the suspect in the Oakland assault and robbery that left a 75-year-old Asian man clinging to life has lengthy criminal history (3-10-2021)
Recall Effort Against San Francisco DA Boudin Moves ForwardWilson Walker reports on campaign to recall San Francisco District Attorney moving forward to signature-gathering phase (3-10-2021)
Police Standoff With Man Shuts Down Danville NeighborhoodA standoff between a police and a man in a truck has shut down a neighborhood in Danville.
COVID Vaccines: Women Reporting Worse Side Effects In CDC StudyThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the results of a study that examined that first 13.7-million people to receive the vaccine and found that women experienced worse side effects than men. Devin Fehely reports. (3/10/21)
Orange County Homes Hit By Mudslide In Silverado CanyonHomes in the Silverado Canyon area of eastern Orange County had to dig out following a mudslide. (3/10/21)
House Passes COVID Relief Package, Giving President Biden A VictorySkyler Henry reports on one of President Joe Biden’s first major legislative wins coming with the passage of the American Rescue Plan (3-10-2021)
Pleasanton School District To Become 1st In Alameda County To Reopen Middle, High SchoolsPublic schools in Pleasanton on Thursday will become the first in Alameda County to open middle and high schools for in-person instruction. Andrea Nakano reports. (3/10/21)
Hail Blankets Parts Of Bay Area; Snow Falls On Highest PeaksA storm moving through the Bay Area Wednesday morning brought with it sheets of hail that blanketed some neighborhoods, while snow dusted the highest peaks. (3/10/21)
Apple’s New Collaboration with Common Sense MediaCBSN Bay Area’s Emily Turner talks to CNET’s Shara Tibken about the latest tech headlines, like Apple’s new partnership to provide podcast recommendations for kids.
National Colorectal Cancer Awareness MonthMarch is Colorectal Cancer awareness month. CBSN Bay Area’s Michelle Griego asks Dr. Anderson Rowe of San Ramon Regional Medical Center, about the main causes and symptoms to look out for.
Oakland’s Children’s Fairyland Gears Up To ReopenCBSN Bay Area talks to Kymberly Miller, Executive Director of Children’s Fairyland, about the park’s highly anticipated reopening on March 19th.
‘How It Feels To Be Free’ Explores The Struggles Of 6 Iconic Black Female Stars Of Stage & ScreenDirector Yoruba Richen talks to Black Renaissance host Jan Mabry about her latest documentary, ‘How it Feels to be Free,’ which explores the struggles of 6 Black female stars – Lena Horne, Abbey Lincoln, Nina Simone, Diahann Carroll, Cicely Tyson and Pam Grier – who changed the entertainment industry and the image of black women.
Historian Tyler Stovall Talks About His New Book ‘White Freedom’Historian Tyler Stovall talks to BR host Jan Mabry about his latest book, ‘White Freedom, the Racial History of an Idea,” in which he explores the racist legacy behind the Western idea of freedom. Stovall is professor of history and dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Fordham University.
Wednesday Afternoon Weather Forecast with Mary Lee(3/10/21)