COVID Shopping: Despite Pandemic, South Bay Shoppers Head to Stores on Black Friday, Enforcement UpDespite the COVID pandemic and the risks, many shoppers were still determined to carry on their Black Friday traditions. Popular stores like Zara at Valley Fair mall had a socially distanced line Friday evening.
Man, Woman Stabbed at Public Parking Lot in Santa CruzSanta Cruz police are investigating a double stabbing at one of the city's public parking lots early Friday evening.
COVID: Santa Clara County Increasing Testing Sites as Cases SurgeReckoning with a surge in COVID-19 cases, Santa Clara County announced Friday that it’s providing more testing sites.
Highway Traffic Safety Administration Investigating Tesla Front Suspension FailuresThe U.S. government’s road safety agency is investigating complaints that suspensions can fail on nearly 115,000 Tesla electric vehicles.
COVID Surge: New Cases Continue To Soar In Santa Clara County; 6 New DeathsSanta Clara health officials reported Thursday there had been 416 new COVID cases with six additional deaths pushing the toll of fatalities within the county to 476 since the pandemic's outbreak began in February.
Virus-Reduced Team at San Jose Community Non-Profit Feeds Thanksgiving Dinner to HomelessOver the course of 2020, coronavirus has increased need for food and shelter throughout the Bay Area. On Thanksgiving Day, it also complicated efforts to provide help to those who need it.
UPDATE: Police Detail San Jose Church Stabbing Suspect's Violent Criminal History, Repeat DeportationsPolice in San Jose on Wednesday identified the suspect arrested by San Jose police in the fatal weekend stabbing at Grace Baptist Church as a man with a long, violent criminal history who had been deported three times.
COVID Surge: Despite Warning That Santa Clara Co. Is Running Out Of ICU Beds, Many Still GatheringWith yet another day of record new COVID cases, Santa Clara County health officials warned Wednesday that hospitals in their county were down to just 69 beds available for patients requiring intensive medical care.
No. 2 Stanford Women Rout Cal Poly In 1st Game Since Start Of PandemicStanford (1-0), one of four Pac-12 teams in the preseason Top-10 rankings and five among the top 18, used a 26-2 run to end the first half.
UPDATE: 49ers CB K'Waun Williams Cleared After Testing Positive for PEDsThe NFL suspended San Francisco 49ers cornerback K'Waun Williams for two games after he tested positive for performance-enhancing substances or PEDs.
COVID Surge: South Bay Hospitals Brace For Rise In Coronavirus Cases, ICU PatientsWhile counties in the Bay Area are generally doing much better than the rest of the state as far as rising COVID-19 cases during the surge, hospital officials are still taking steps in preparation.
COVID: Santa Clara County Ups Enforcement For Thanksgiving, Suspends Grace Period For BusinessesSanta Clara County will be stricter in enforcing capacity limits and social distancing protocols this weekend by suspending the grace period for fines starting on Thanksgiving and lasting until Sunday
UPDATE: San Jose City Employee Who Volunteered With Homeless Among Injured In Church StabbingAn employee with the city of San Jose who regularly volunteered to aid the homeless has been identified as one of the three people injured in the fatal stabbing at Grace Baptist Church Sunday night, city officials confirmed Tuesday.
Dow Tops 30,000 For First Time; Tesla's Elon Musk Surpasses Bill Gates On Personal Wealth List It's been quite a month for San Francisco Bay Area tech guru Elon Musk. Space X has successfully launched a crew to the International Space Station and also lifted the Sentinel-6 satellite into orbit and now Tesla has helped fuel the stock market's historic climb.
COVID Shopping: Palo Alto Luxury Consignment Shop The RealReal Sees Surge in Business Amid PandemicThis holiday shopping season will be unlike any other. Despite the pandemic's challenges, the forecast is looking merry for retailers.