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COVID: San Francisco voters will decide whether or not to remove 3 school board membersSan Francisco voters will have their say on Tuesday about the management, or mismanagement, of public schools, especially during the pandemic.

First weather alert for Tuesday morningCooler temperatures and flurries in the Sierra

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COVID: masks will still be needed in some places even after the mandate is liftedAs the statewide mask mandate for those vaccinated is set to expire; an expert warns not to throw away the masks just yet.

Black History Month: Muni Unveils Artist Fredrick Nolan’s Bus Stop Illustration on San Francisco’s Black HistoryNext time you’re waiting for a bus, check out Fredrick Nolan’s illustrations detailing San Francisco’s black history

COVID: mask mandate will soon be lifted but some exceptions remainIn just over 24 hours, fully vaccinated Californians will be able to go mask-free. But as Maria Cid Medina warns, don’t throw away all your face coverings just yet.

District attorney and police chief speak out against misuse of rape victims’ DNAThe prosecutor and the chief of the police of San Francisco denounce the use of the DNA of the victims of rape to implicate them in other crimes. Betty Yu has more.

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Bay Area Ukrainians watch closely as Russia seems on the verge of invasionBay Area families with relatives in Ukraine are closely watching the dispatch of Russian troops to the border. Shawn Chitnis told them about the global and local implications.

Mexico’s avocado ban could drive up prices for Bay Area shoppersA suspension of avocados imported from Mexico could mean higher prices here in the Bay Area. Kiet Do tells us that it all started with a threat against an American agricultural inspector.

Rally in SF on “National Day Without Immigrant Workers”In the Bay Area and across the country, there has been a call for immigrant workers to take a day off in an effort to bring about reform. John Ramos has more on the “National Day Without Immigrant Workers”.

Morgan Hill neighbors blame feral pig problems on local building projectLen Ramirez reports that residents of Morgan Hill complain that the emptying of the nearby reservoir has led to problems with feral pigs (2-14-2022)

State health officials reluctant to lift school mask mandatesKenny Choi reports that state health officials are delaying the lifting of mask mandates in public schools (2-14-2022)

San Jose police unveil catalytic converter burning program to help deter large-scale theftThe rash of catalytic converter thefts prompted San Jose police and the San Jose Police Foundation to partner with local businesses to launch a program to tag devices with identifying information. reports Devin Fehely.

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Final push ahead of San Francisco school board recall voteSan Francisco Unified School District board members Gabriela Lopez, Alison Collins and Faauuga Moliga are up for a recall vote on Tuesday. reports Andria Borba.

FBI warns of ‘romance scams’CBS News Bay Area anchor Len Kiese asks CNET’s Bree Fowler about the warning signs to watch out for as scammers threaten to break your heart and break the bank

Diplomatic efforts to avert conflict in Ukraine continueSkyler Henry reports on continued attempts to defuse tensions on the Russian-Ukrainian border (2-14-2022)

Legendary Raiders head coach John Madden remembers fans and familyTeam coverage of Raiders coach and NFL icon John Madden, remembered in Oakland and his hometown of Pleasanton (2-14-2022)

Warriors Dance Team ReunionGolden State Warriors dancers past and present performed a routine paying homage to different eras from the 1980s to present

KPIX Meteorologist Mary Lee Receives Surprise Valentine’s Day Marriage ProposalKPIX weatherman Mary Lee had the surprise of her life when she recorded a Monday weather segment: A Valentine’s Day proposal from her longtime boyfriend (2-14-2022)

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Valentine’s Day gifts cost more due to supply chain issuesJustin Andrews explains how buying Valentine’s Day gifts will hit the wallet harder this year due to supply chain shortages (2-14-2022)

Immigration activists stage a protest outside the SF Federal BuildingJocelyn Moran reports on planned ‘Day Without Immigrants’ protest calling for policy reform (2-14-2022)