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COVID: Pac-12 Football Coaches Keep It Simple Amid Game Cancelations, DisruptionsPac-12 coaches have had to keep game planning simple as schedules shift, sometimes on the fly, during a truncated and uncertain season.
Hawaiian Couple With COVID Arrested After Flying Home From San FranciscoSAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) -- Police in Hawaii arrested a local couple after they flew home from San Francisco knowing they both had COVID-19.
Parents, Education Advocates Sue California Over Remote LearningA coalition of education advocates and families sued the State of California Monday over its failure to “meet its Constitutional obligation to ensure basic educational equality,” according to the attorneys who filed the lawsuit.
COVID Surge: California Shatters Record For Most COVID Cases Reported In A DayCalifornia reported 20,759 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, shattering the state's previous record for most new cases confirmed in a single day, according to data on the California COVID-19 website.
San Francisco's Muni Says Layoffs Possible As Agency Faces $68M Budget DeficitThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency may have to lay off nearly a quarter of its staff to shore up its projected budget deficit during the next fiscal year if the agency doesn't receive federal relief funding, agency officials said this week.
COVID Surge: Santa Clara County Approaching ICU Bed Capacity; Vaccines May Be Weeks AwayOfficials in Santa Clara County on Wednesday warned that South Bay hospitals were edging closer to being full from the spike in COVID-19 cases, with ICUs in some areas already at over 90 percent capacity.