Coronavirus Outbreak: South Bay High School Students Join Grassroots Effort To Create Medical Protective ShieldsWhile they have been forced out of the classroom by the coronavirus outbreak, a group of Monta Vista High School students have jumped in to join the grassroots effort to produce medical protective shields needed by hospital workers on the front line of battle against the virus.
Coronavirus Update: Alameda, Santa Clara, Marin Counties Approve Temporary Eviction MoratoriumGiving a break to renters during the coronavirus outbreak, Alameda, Marin and Santa Clara counties on Tuesday approved temporary moratoriums on evictions because of circumstances caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: 3 More COVID-19 Deaths Reported In Santa Clara CountyHealth officials in Santa Clara County have confirmed that three more people have died from coronavirus in the county, raising the total to 16.
Rep. Ro Khanna Seeks National Coronavirus Shelter-In-Place; Trump Wants US Reopened By EasterRep. Ro Khanna (D-San Jose) has penned a letter calling for President Donald Trump to issue a national shelter-in-place to slow the spread of coronavirus. Meanwhile, Trump is looking at the country reopening around Easter.
Coronavirus Among Homeless: San Jose Mayor Liccardo Calls For Removing Regulations To Build Emergency HousingAs the coronavirus pandemic threatens to rapidly spread through homeless communities, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo urged state officials Tuesday to immediately remove existing regulatory barriers in order to rapidly build emergency housing.
Coronavirus Update: Monterey County Orders All Golf Courses Including Pebble Beach ClosedThe Monterey County Health Department has ordered the closure of all public and private golf courses, saying they are not essential businesses and must adhere to a state-wide shelter-in-place order.
Driver Killed In Early Tuesday Morning Highway 17 Rollover, CrashA 22-year-old driver was killed early Tuesday on Highway 17 when his Mazda Portege 5 careened out of control, rolled over and was struck by another vehicle, according the California Highway Patrol.
Coronavirus Update: San Jose Federal Courthouse Closed After Recent Visitor Tests PositiveThe federal courthouse in San Jose will be completely closed to staff and the public until April 7 because a recent visitor is being treated for the COVID-19 coronavirus.
San Jose FoodMaxx Store Temporarily Closed After Employee Dies From CoronavirusA FoodMaxx grocery store in San Jose is temporarily closed following the death of an employee who contracted COVID-19, store officials said Monday.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara County DA Vows To Prosecute Businesses That Ignore Shelter OrderSanta Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen is reminding the public that the health department's orders to shelter in place carry the full weight of the law. He said businesses not complying with the order will get final warnings, but after that they could face prosecution on a variety of charges.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara County Reports 3 More Deaths, Bringing Toll To 13Health officials in Santa Clara County confirmed three new coronavirus deaths on Monday, raising the death toll from COVID-19 in the county to 13.
19-Year-Old Suspect Identified In Fatal Shooting At San Jose SupermarketA man who was arrested following a fatal shooting inside a San Jose supermarket has been identified by police Monday.
San Jose Main Jail Inmate Tests Positive For COVID-19, Police Officer Possibly ExposedA Santa Clara County Main Jail inmate tested positive for the novel coronavirus Sunday and a San Jose police officer may have been exposed, according to the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara County Launches Relief Fund For Low-Income ResidentsSanta Clara County officials unveiled an emergency fund Monday designed to help low income residents and families pay for rent and other basic needs during the growing coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Cruz County Officials Discourage Beach Gatherings During PandemicOfficials in Santa Cruz County on Monday issued a statement urging travelers to avoid crowding the county's beaches during the COVID-19 outbreak.