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On social media, memories pop up from a pandemic still going
Lisa Phillips at her home Tuesday, April 20, 2021, in Phoenix. When the anniversary of the pandemic arrived, Phillips was not eager for a trip down memory lane.
Caitlyn Jenner to critics: 'I move on' she says in interview
FILE - In this Jan. 18, 2020, file photo, Caitlyn Jenner speaks at the fourth Women's March in Los Angeles.
Biden hits schools goal even as many students learn remotely
In this May 3, 2021, photo, President Joe Biden gestures as he talks to students during a visit to Yorktown Elementary School, in Yorktown, Va., as first lady Jill Biden watches.
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Some Health Officials Concerned About People Skipping Second Dose of COVID Vaccine | KQED
Californians Skipping Out on Getting Second Dose of COVID Vaccine
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Recall Election Ramps Up with New Ads and Campaign Launch | KQED
Republican John Cox Rolls Out "Beastly" Campaign
California's recall election is in full swing, with a campaign launch Tuesday featuring a live bear.
San Francisco man charged with deadly BART station shooting
A San Francisco man has been charged with an unprovoked attack at a BART station that killed one person and seriously injured another, authorities said.
LA police officer suspected of possessing child porn
An officer with the Los Angeles Police Department was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of possessing child pornography, authorities said.
Google says 20% of workers will be remote, many more hybrid
Google says it expects about 20% of ifs workforce to still work remotely after its offices reopen this fall, while some 60% will work a hybrid schedule that includes about three days in the office and two days "wherever they work best."
Lone survivor of California shooting released from hospital
The only survivor of a deadly shooting rampage at a Southern California business complex was released from the hospital on Wednesday with a bullet still lodged in her head.
CDC sets rules for trial cruises with volunteer passengers
Cruise lines can soon begin trial voyages in U.S. waters with volunteer passengers helping test whether the ships can sail safely during a pandemic.