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Fairfield COVID-19 update: Open vaccine sites

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Fairfield: 1. 5059 Business Center Dr (707) 863-0727; 2. 2059 Cadenasso Dr (707) 759-0005; 3. 5101 Business Center Dr 707-639-4106; 4. 2401 Waterman Blvd 707-427-5642; 5. 2590 N Texas St 707-399-9329; 6. 1955 W Texas St 707-428-0496; 7. 2701
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Amancay Tapia

Video: Dead whales on the San Francisco Bay

Last February, an adult female whale was found dead at North Salmon Creek Beach. By the end of April, the number of dead gray whales had increased to six. Three of them, died of suspected ship strike and the others, had an undetermined cause of dead.Here is a video I made about the incidents:
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Do you need a vaccine card to see Bay Area shows? Here’s what we know

Theaters, music venues and other performing arts spaces hit hard during the pandemic have been looking forward to welcoming back live audiences. Unfortunately, it’s not happening the way most hoped, as the delta variant is leading a new surge in COVID-19 cases and prompting more stringent reopening policies. In other...
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Bay Area Health Officers mandate masking up indoors

Effective as of Tuesday, August 3, wearing masks is now required in public indoor settings regardless of vaccination status in seven Bay Area counties. In a joint statement on Monday, the public health officers for the counties of Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Sonoma and for the City of Berkeley announced they have issued new orders mandating the wearing of face coverings indoors. The fast-spreading COVID-19 Delta variant is not only infecting many unvaccinated people, but also a small percentage of vaccinated people who, despite having strong protection against serious illness, could unwittingly spread the virus to others, the health officers said.
Richmond, CArichmondconfidential.org

Q&A: new West Contra Costa schools superintendent discusses bias in teaching, returning to class, other topics

Kenneth “Chris” Hurst Sr. is the new leader of the West Contra Costa Unified School District, replacing Matthew Duffy, who led WCCUSD for five years. Before taking the job in May, Hurst was superintendent of the Othello School District in Othello, Washington, for five years, where he is credited with increasing graduation rates and decreasing overall student absences. Prior to his long career in education, he served 12 years in the U.S. Marine Corps. Following that, he received his doctorate in education at the University of Southern California in 2011. He holds a master’s degree in educational administration and a bachelor’s in mathematics from California State University San Marcos. He and his wife, Crystal, have two grown children. Hurst is the district’s 10th leader and its first non-interim African American superintendent.
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Salmon Fishing with Moo Moo Outdoors and TLA on Glacier Bay

Today I went fishing with my friends, Thomas, Carlos, Moo Moo Outdoors, and TLA. First of all, I would like to say thank you to Thomas for inviting my friends and me to fish on his beautiful Catamaran boat. We mainly troll for salmon around Dux. We use Krippled anchovy, Cop car Pro troll lure, FBR, and Krippled Herring lures. We only got one big salmon takedown and the fish broke off, but we caught multiple species of rockfish and flatfish. The high lights of the day were the two hook up of thresher sharks and both of them jumped. I had a great day fishing with my friends. Please subscribe to Fishing 247, like, share, and leave a comment for me. Be happy, stay healthy, stay safe, and go fishing. Have a great day. Instagram: Thuy fishing 247 FACEBOOK: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/thuy.stlucy">https://www.facebook.com/thuy.stlucy</a> Email: thuy_stlucy@yahoo.com
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San Francisco Police Seek Suspect Vehicle In Treasure Island Fatal Hit-and-Run

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — San Francisco police were seeking the public’s help in finding the suspect vehicle and driver involved in a fatal hit-and-run crash last week on Treasure Island. The collision happened on July 28 at about 9:32 p.m. in the area of Treasure Island Road and Macalla Road. Police said officers were patrolling the area at the time and saw a male victim down in the roadway. Officers provided life-saving measures until medics arrived but the person was pronounced dead at the scene. With evidence collected at the scene, investigators determined the suspect vehicle is possibly a 2012 to 2016 Chevrolet Impala. The suspect vehicle would likely have some front-end damage. Police urged anyone who saw the collision, has video or photos of the suspect vehicle or the suspect, or anything they believe will help identify the suspect or suspect vehicle to contact the SFPD 24-hour-tip line at 1-415-575-4444, or text an anonymous message to TIP411 and begin the message with SFPD.
San Francisco, CAgiants365.com

SF Giants top prospect Marco Luciano earns a promotion

Top San Francisco Giants prospect Marco Luciano is on the move. The High-A Eugene Emeralds announced Wednesday that Luciano has been promoted from Low-A San Jose after hitting 18 home runs in 70 games. Luciano, 19, is one of the highest-ranked prospects in all of affiliated baseball and is widely considered the No.