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Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenWarm Wednesday ahead.

COVID: A Very Different City Awaits Workers Returning To San FranciscoWhen more people return to work in San Francisco they will see a lot of changes. John Ramos shows us some of the shocks and surprises in San Francisco since the pandemic.

Teen Witness In Chauvin Trial Says She Wishes She Could Have Saved George FloydMichael George reports on the emotional second day of witness testimony in the trial of former Minneapolis cop Michael Chauvin (3-30-2021)

COVID Vaccines: Software Engineer Develops App To Find Bay Area Appointments In Real-TimeAn East Bay software engineer has developed a free app that scours the websites of more than 20 healthcare providers in the Bay Area for open vaccine appointments, immediately notifying users in real-time. Kiet Do reports. (3/30/21)

3 Suspects Arrested In Gang Slaying Of San Jose Resident Tong NguyenDevin Fehely reports on arrests made by San Jose police in February gang slaying and questions still surrounding the seemingly random murder (3-30-2021)

Some Special Needs Children Left Out As Oakland Schools ReopenWhile some students in Oakland Unified School District are getting back to a classroom at least part time, it’s not the case for Jessica Heywood’s first grader and special needs student, George. Andria Borba reports. (3/30/21)

Apple Announces Virtual WWDCIn this week’s look at tech news headlines, CNET Senior Reporter Shara Tibken tells us what to expect at Apple’s developers conference, and how Google updated its Google Maps app

Treating COVID-19 Patients with a PillDr. Neha Narula with Stanford Health Care talks about a clinical trial that’s looking at a possible new oral treatment from Pfizer

Virgin Galactic Unveils New Spacecraft With Aim To Launch Space TourismSir Richard Branson and his company Virgin Galactic are unveiling their latest spacecraft, aiming to take the public to new heights. Chris Martinez reports. (3/30/21)

Two More Brutal Attacks On Asians Captured On Video In New YorkPolice in New York are investigating two new brutal attacks against Asians as hate crimes, with both incidents caught on camera. Nancy Chen reports. (3/30/21)

COVID Reopenings: Alameda, Santa Cruz Counties Moving To Orange TierAlameda and Santa Cruz counties are joining San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Marin counties in the Orange Tier. Anne Makovec reports. (3/30/21)

Youngest Oakland Students Resume In-Person Learning; Many Teachers AbsentIt’s the first day for in-person learning for the youngest students in Oakland. But they won’t all be in the classroom and neither will the teachers. Emily Turner reports. (3/30/21)

School Reopening: Elementary students return to Oakland classroom but some teachers will not be returningElementary students return to Oakland classroom but some teachers will not be returning

TODAY’S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamTemperatures soaring into the 80s this week

SF Artist Creates Healing Heart To Express Support For Asian Community After AttacksA San Francisco artist is showing her support for the Asian community after all the recent attacks. Betty Yu tells about the message behind the new heart in Chinatown.

COVID Baby Bust: Couples Facing New Obstacles To Parenthood Due To PandemicA year into the pandemic and we are seeing a baby bust. Juliette Goodrich tells us new obstacles to becoming a parent during the pandemic include high anxiety, low testosterone and more.

COVID: Vaccine Has Bay Area Experts Hopeful Despite Dire Warning From CDC DirectorAfter the director of the Centers for Disease Control warned of ‘an impending doom,’ if COVID restrictions were relaxed too soon, some Bay Area experts remain optimistic. Andrea Nakano explains why.

SJ Lawmakers Propose Plan To Crack Down On Side Show PromotersAfter a wild weekend of sideshows, San Jose lawmakers area considering a plan to stop them before they get started. Maria Medina tells us they want to go after the people who promote the sideshows.

Deadly Shooting In San FranciscoOne person was killed and another wounded in a shooting in San Francisco near 24th and Mission streets. Police were investigating another shooting in San Jose, as well. No suspects in either incident.

Many Bay Area Allergy Sufferers Have Symptoms Similar To COVID-19Spring has sprung and many seasonal allergy sufferers in the Bay Area have symptoms similar to COVID-19. Juliette Goodrich shows us how to tell the difference.

COVID: Emotional Day As San Rafael Children Return To ClassroomAs other schools celebrate the return of students on a part-time basis, the San Rafael Unified School District has brought all elementary students back to campus. John Ramos was there on the first day.

COVID Reopenings: Santa Clara County Schools Set For April Return To ClassroomsAs the pace of school reopenings across the Bay Area remains uneven and maddening for many parents, the Santa Clara Unified School District launched a phased reopening plan in which all grades will return to campus for in-person learning over the next two weeks. Devin Fehely reports. (3/29/21)



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