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Home Buyers Waive Contingencies to Compete in Red-Hot Housing MarketOne way that buyers in this hot real estate market are making their offers stand out is by waiving contingencies. Realtors worry this will lead to lawsuits. Susie Steimle reports. (4-1-21)

Despite Drubbing, A’s Fans Thrilled to Return to ColiseumBaseball is back in the Bay Area and so are the fans for the first time in over a year. Andrea Nakano reports from the Oakland Coliseum. (4-1-21)

Fremont Police Fatally Shoot Suspect Under Surveillance at Hotel Parking LotOn Thursday evening two Fremont police officers shot and killed a suspect in the parking lot on the north end of the Hyatt Place hotel on West Warren Avenue. Katie Nielsen reports. (4-1-21)

Raw Video: Fremont Police News Conference on Officer-Involved ShootingFremont police captain Sean Washington spoke to reporters Thursday night about a fatal officer-involved shooting outside a hotel. (4-1-21)

Fremont Police at Scene of Fatal Officer-Involved ShootingKen Bastida reports on authorities investigating a fatal officer-involved shooting in Fremont (4-1-2021)

PIX NowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (4-1-21)

Health Officials Say COVID Variants Threaten Progress Toward ImmunitySanta Clara County health officials warn that coronavirus variants now circulating in the community threaten the progress we’ve made in the pandemic. Devin Fehely reports. (4-1-21)

Goodbye Cardboard Fans, A’s Welcome Humans Back to ColiseumThe Athletics are opening the 2021 season at home, welcoming real, live fans back to the ballpark. Team coverage at the Coliseum from Kenny Choi and Dennis O’Donnell. (4-1-21)

California Realtors Advise Sellers to Ignore ‘Love Letters’ From Would-Be BuyersRealtors are discouraging home sellers from reading overly-personal appeals from prospective buyers, known in the industry as “love letters.” Susie Steimle reports. (4-1-21)

Giants Announce Plans for Safe Return of Fans to Oracle ParkNext week Giants fans will be heading back to the ballpark for the first time in 18 months following an agreement with the San Francisco health department. Ken Bastida reports. (4-1-21)

Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen says Thursday’s highs won’t likely be matched on Friday. (4-1-21)

Parents, Students Protest Continuing Fremont Schools ClosureFremont parents are extremely disappointed that schools will stay closed. Andria Borba reports. (4-1-21)

Bay Area Vaccination Centers Prepare for Upsurge as Eligibility ExpandsOn Tuesday, millions more Californians became eligible to get vaccinated with requirements changed to include anyone 50 years and older. That doesn’t mean they can get an appointment. Wilson Walker reports on the expected bottlenecks. (4-1-21)

Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination Site Switches To Johnson & Johnson Vaccine After Bad Batch CaughtAfter months of giving out the Pfizer shot, the mass vaccination site here at the Oakland Coliseum switched over to the Johnson and Johnson single dose shot, after word of a J&J batch mixup that was caught before shipping. Kiet Do reports. (4/1/21)

New Details Emerge About Suspect In SoCal Mass Shooting That Killed 4Michelle Griego reports on office park mass shooting in Orange that left four including a child dead (4-1-2021)

Thursday Afternoon Weather Forecast with Mary Lee(4/1/21)

Santa Clara County Health Officials Warn About COVID VariantsAnne Makovec reports on South Bay health officials saying residents should avoid indoor public activities given risk posed by COVID variants (4-1-2021)

Raw Video: Victims Chase Burglars After Vehicle Break-In At Moraga Steps In San FranciscoAnother brazen daytime vehicle break-in in San Francisco was captured on video. The incident happened Monday at the tiled Moraga Steps, a popular spot for tourists and local in the city’s Inner Sunset neighborhood.

COVID Reopening: ‘The Bulb Guy’ Opens Up San Jose Garden After Being Hospitalized During Battle With VirusRichard Santoro, the San Jose man known as “The Bulb Guy” has made a comeback and reopened his garden, months after he thought he may not ever make it back to his garden during a battle with COVID-19. Maria Medina reports. (3/31/21)

Bay Area Tech Companies Announce Donations As Asian American Business Leaders Take Stand Against AttacksSome big Bay Area tech companies have announced millions in donations to help stop attacks against Asians, as Asian American leaders have made public stands condemning recent attacks. Betty Yu reports. (3/31/21)

Korean American Santa Clara Council Member Says He Was Denied Chance To Speak At ‘Stop Asian Hate’ RallyA Santa Clara city council member, who is Korean American, said he was denied a chance to speak at a “Stop Asian Hate” rally held by other city leaders. Maria Medina reports. (3/31/21)

COVID Vaccines: Johnson & Johnson Supply Issues Won’t Impact Oakland Coliseum SiteAn obstacle in vaccinating America as roughly 15 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine at a manufacturing site have been tossed out. Despite the announcement, the Oakland Coliseum vaccination said it will switch to the J&J vaccine Thursday. Andrea Nakano reports. (3/31/21)

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