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Placer County Resident Dies Hours After Receiving Vaccine

Officials in Placer County are investigating the death of someone who died hours after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post. The person tested positive for COVID in late December, and just weeks later...

SF House Fire Contained, No Injuries

Fire crews in San Francisco have contained a first alarm house fire where one person was reportedly trapped inside, officials said Saturday night. There were no injuries in the blaze reported in the 1500 block of Great Hwy. No other information was immediately...

Trump Considered Naming New AG to Help Push Baseless Claims of Voter Fraud

Then-President Donald Trump considered replacing acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen in January with Justice Department lawyer Jeffrey Clark, who was willing to help Trump push his claims of widespread voter fraud in order to overturn the election results, according...

2 Separate Protests Held in SF Saturday

Two gatherings in San Francisco Saturday were two very different scenes, one peaceful and the other resulting in a clash between protesters and the police. Outside the Chinese Consulate, a group of about 40 protesters who identified as anti-racism and antifascism...

Woman’s Body Found Along San Mateo County Coast

A woman’s body was found Saturday morning at a San Mateo County beach south of Half Moon Bay, the sheriff’s office said. The body, described as an Asian woman, was discovered about 9 a.m. at Tunitas Creek Beach, located along a stretch of coastline between Half Moon...

In First Days, Biden Flashes Action as Deep Problems Loom

Inside the White House, President Joe Biden presided over a focused launch of his administration, using his first days in office to break sharply with his predecessor while signing executive orders meant as a showy display of action to address the historic challenges...

Power Outage Affecting 2,100 Customers Caused by Arcing Wires in Santa Clara

A fire sparked by arcing wires from a power pole Saturday morning downed power to 2,105 customers in the area of Pomeroy Avenue between Lochinvar and Homestead Roads in Santa Clara, officials said. The fire, reported about 10:40 a.m., was extinguished by the Santa...

Hodgepodge Systems, Confusion Mar California Vaccine Rollout

More than five weeks into its vaccination program, California doesn’t have nearly the supply to meet demand and there’s growing angst among residents over the difficulty to even get in line for a shot. Social media is awash with people seeking or giving tips on how to...

Larry King, Veteran Broadcaster and TV Personality, Has Died at Age 87

Larry King, the veteran broadcaster and TV personality who was a fixture on the air for decades, has died at age 87. King’s passing was announced in a statement posted to his Twitter account. “With profound sadness, Ora Media announces the death of our co-founder,...

SF Family Going for Gold in Tokyo Olympics

Friday marked six months from the Tokyo Olympics, and for one Bay Area family full of Olympians, they’re going for the gold. The Massialas Foundation fencing program in San Francisco is world-renowned. Greg Massialas is a fencing legend and the coach for Team USA. “So...

SF Family Hopes to Compete in 2021 Olympics

Friday marked six months from the Tokyo Olympics, and for one Bay Area family full of Olympians, they’re hoping they’ll be able to compete. The Massialas Foundation fencing program in San Francisco is world-renowned. Greg Massialas is a fencing legend and the coach...

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Ammonia Spill Prompts Hazmat Response in San Jose

The San Jose Fire Department’s hazmat team responded to reports of an ammonia spill on the 400 block of Eggo Way Friday afternoon. They ask residents in the area shelter-in-place with windows and doors closed while they remain at the scene. No additional information...

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California Sees Suspicious Surge in Unemployment Claims

California is reporting a surge in coronavirus unemployment claims last week for independent contractors, gig workers and the self-employed — the category of benefits blamed for much of the state’s fraudulent payments. The state last week received more than 110,800...

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