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On the road to recovery: economists say now is the right time for job seekersEconomists say that even with high unemployment, now is a great time to look for work. Susie Steimle reports. (4-29-21)

San Jose police catch one of two suspects in cheeky car invasion robberiesSan Jose Police have arrested a suspect and are looking for a second man in connection with the Bay Area purse thefts. Reports by Maria Medina. (4-29-21)

Dog rescued from tight space between San Francisco buildingsIf all good dogs go to Heaven, a dog from San Francisco has tried to get there several times, only to be saved in spectacular fashion. Reports by Andria Borba. (4-29-21)

Bay Area Football Phenom Najee Harris drafted by SteelersThursday afternoon in the NFL Draft it took a little longer than he hoped, but Najee Harris, the main rusher in the history of the Bay Area preparations, finally fulfilled his dreams in the NFL. Reports by Andrea Nakano (4-29-21)

Driver’s shot, accidents on Highway 4 off the track in PittsburgA driver was shot in the neck in Pittsburg on Thursday night and then crashed along the 4 Railroad Avenue freeway exit ramp. It happened around 9 p.m. (4/29/21)

PIX nowHere is the latest news from the KPIX Newsroom. (4-29-21)

Advocacy group fights caste system discrimination in India’s Silicon ValleyThe Santa Clara County Human Rights Commission is tackling the thorny issue of caste discrimination in education and work in Silicon Valley. Devin Fehely reports. (4-29-21)

South Bay officials tap into distant water supplies as drought intensifiesQuestions facing the Bay Area River Basin Districts: How much water have they stored for the dry days ahead and what is their long term plan to increase storage? Len Ramirez reports. (4-29-21)

Black transgender candidate for San Francisco Democratic Party president breaks barriersHoney Mahogany could become the first transgender person of color to lead the Democratic Party in San Francisco. Kenny Choi reports. (4-29-21)

Jefferson Prize: Dr. Hans YuDr Hans Yu is one of the few private practices working with the health department to open their own vaccination site in San Francisco. Sharon Chin reports. (4-29-21)

Woman from Stockton leads nationwide anti-Vax ‘Moms Militia’A group of anti-vax moms called “Mamalitia” say they are trying to arm women with survival skills and encourage others to join their movement. Marissa Perlman reports from Stockton. (4-29-21)

Most of the bay area in extreme drought conditionsJuliette Goodrich and Wilson Walker team coverage in the East Bay. (4-29-21)

Stopping the progression of grass fires near the Kirker Pass road in PittsburgContra Costa County fire crews stopped the progress of a large wilderness fire near homes along Kirker Pass Road in Pittsburg on Thursday afternoon. (4-29-21)

SF Opera: back on stage after COVID-19Maestro Roderick Cox talks about his return to the stage after more than a year of COVID as SF Opera presents the very first drive-in opera “The Barber of Seville”.

Thursday night precise forecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the late April forecast for the Bay Area. (4-29-21)

Catching up with “Kung Fu” star Gavin StenhouseThe new CBS series “Kung Fu” airs Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. on KBCW. DJ Sixsmith met actor Gavin Stenhouse.

President Biden hits the road to sell his economic policyPresident Biden has left Washington after his speech to Congress on Wednesday to visit several states to promote his Build Better agenda. (4-29-21)

Bay Area Nonprofit Raises Awareness of Organ and Tissue DonationCBSN Bay Area speaks with Samaj Saves Lives, a Bay Area-based nonprofit that raises awareness about organ and tissue donation and helps those who wish to direct their donations to a loved one especially in the need.

Do you choose not to be followed? New Apple UpdateCBSN Bay Area’s Len Kiese chats with CNET’s Shara Tibken about Apple’s latest iPhone update that requires companies to ask permission to follow you, something some tech companies have been fighting for some time .

Return of mass vaccination sites in San Mateo CountyTwo mass vaccination sites have reopened on the peninsula after San Mateo County received a large batch of COVID vaccine doses from the federal government. Reports from Kiet Do. (04/29/21)

Weather officials put most of the Bay Area in extreme drought conditionsCoverage from the US Drought Monitor team placing much of the Bay Area in extreme drought conditions (4-29-2021)

Oakland Mentoring Group Hidden Genius Project Expands ReachThe Hidden Genius Project, which trains and mentors young black men in technology, entrepreneurship and leadership, is expanding its reach beyond high school students.

Alameda police officers involved in deadly fight with Mario Gonzalez identifiedThe three Alameda police officers involved in the fight to take Mario Gonzalez into custody that ended in his death last week were identified by a city official on Wednesday. Reports by Geoff Petrulis.

Thursday morning forecast with Mary Lee(04/29/21)


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