The FBI is involved in an investigation into mass shootings that killed 8 people at the FedEx facility in Indianapolis – CBS San Francisco

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The FBI is involved in an investigation into mass shootings that killed 8 people at the FedEx facility in Indianapolis - CBS San Francisco

The nation’s 1st Women-in-Color Food Court provides opportunity in San FranciscoSharon Chin reports that the seven entrepreneurs who operate the new La Cocina Municipal Marketplace in the Tenderloin are serving what they hope to be a model for the country. (4-16-21)

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Pandemic rents are creating hot apartment deals in San FranciscoDespite all the stories of people who fled the city around this time last year to get more space, they are returning but are being brought to the rental market by those who never left and did not move in, but with numerous Deals move on. Andria Borba reports. (4-16-21)

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The popular golf and entertainment complex opens in San JoseTopgolf is a hit in places like Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Austin. Now the popular golf and entertainment complex is opening its first outpost in the Bay Area. Len Ramirez reports. (4-16-21)

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Walk-in vaccination clinics are now open in Richmond and AntiochThere are new efforts to bypass appointments and make vaccination as easy as entering. Wilson Walker reports from Antioch. (4-16-21)

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Precise forecast for Friday eveningChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the weekend forecast. (4-16-21)

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19-year-old suspect behind mass shootings that killed 8 at the FedEx facility in IndianapolisNikki Battiste reports that police have identified a former FedEx employee who fatally shot eight people and injured others before appearing to commit suicide (04/16/2021).

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Transgender people are at increased risk and identity problems in prisonTransgender people in prison face a variety of challenges in prison, including higher levels of sexual assault. A 2015 study found that people in jail were ten times more likely to be sexually assaulted. CBSN Bay Area’s Michelle Griego spoke to Shaheen Pasha, co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, and Lisa Strawn, a transgender activist, about what it’s like to be transgender behind bars.

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Armed bikejackers aim at cyclists in the East Bay HillsThe East Bay cycling community sees a worrying trend: armed robbers appear to be targeting cyclists and their bikes. As Lin reports. (4-16-21)

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Fremont Police release body cam footage of fatal shootings on Highway 84Fremont police released additional details and a video with a body camera in connection with a fatal shooting of a robbery suspect on Highway 84 by police last month. Ken Bastida reports. (4-16-21)

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The FBI is involved in an investigation into mass shootings that killed 8 people at the FedEx facility in IndianapolisCharlie De Mar reports on the ongoing investigation into mass shootings at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis (04/16/2021)

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More people traveling by plane after receiving the COVID vaccinationDevin Fehley reports on the increase in air travel as more people are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus (4-16-2021).

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Contested Mayor of Windsor to step down but not step down from his dutiesAnne Makovec reports that Windsor Mayor Dominic Foppoli has “resigned” from his duties due to sexual assault (4-16-2021)

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Airports in the Bay Area are reporting an increase in air travelAir travel is showing signs of recovering from the effects of the pandemic as more people are vaccinated and federal officials say it is safe to fly for those who received their shots. Devin Fehely reports. (04/16/21)

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Weather forecast on Friday morning with Mary Lee(04/16/21)

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Liam’s List April 16: SF Film Festival, New Prince Music, Kings & Queens of CountryKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will provide KPIX 5 users with a weekly tip list on how best to survive the current coronavirus outbreak. (04/16/21)

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Slow recovery is causing businesses to rethink the future in downtown San FranciscoFor small businesses in downtown San Francisco that rely on high volumes of office workers, the post-pandemic economic outlook is as bleak as a summer in the Sunset District. Susie Steimle reports. (4-15-21)

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South Bay restaurants raise funds for anti-hate efforts in support of the AAPI communitySouth Bay restaurant owners spoke out against Asian hatred by raising money this week to fight hate crimes against the AAPI community. Maria Medina reports. (4-15-21)

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California opens eligibility for vaccinations to all residents over the age of 16When California began offering vaccinations for everyone ages 16 and older, Governor Gavin Newsom urged more residents to sign up for appointments. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-15-21)

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PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (4-15-21)

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Governor Newsom declares April 15th Vax Day when eligibility is openedOn Thursday, the state opened the door to anyone aged 16 and over to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Wilson Walker reports. (4-15-21)

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Vallejo real estate market among the hottest in the nation during the pandemicCan you guess the third warmest property market in the country? Here’s a hint: it’s Vallejo. Andria Borba reports. (4-15-21)

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The Californians are back to work, but the business is far from “normal”.The latest new unemployment figures are the first real sign that the California economy is recovering. Kenny Choi reports from San Francisco. (4-15-21)

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