2020 COVID In Review: Deadly Pandemic; Nightmare Cruises; Shuttered Businesses; Remote Workplaces; Besieged Health Care WorkersEddie Castellano waited years to take a cruise from the West Coast to Hawaii, but his dream had turned into a nightmare as he glanced out of his window aboard the Grand Princess.
2020 In Review: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road -- Thousands Leave The Bay AreaLike thousands of other tech workers, William Hauser came to the San Francisco Bay Area from Ohio seeking a bright future in the epicenter of the digital world.
2020 In Review: The Day The Sky Turned Blood Orange; Historic Wildfires Ravage Northern CaliforniaLike millions of San Francisco Bay Area residents Talia Sechley awoke on Sept. 9th to a scene from an apocalyptic movie. The sky over Oakland was dark and blood orange.
COVID Restrictions: New Year's Eve 2021 Goes Virtual In Bay AreaCOVID-19 is obviously keeping the lid on traditional celebrations in the Bay Area this year, but there's plenty to do virtually while keeping one's distance.
UPDATE Latest Oakland Shootings Leave 1 Dead, 1 WoundedTwo shootings in the last 24 hours in East Oakland left one man dead and another wounded, police said Thursday.
Oakland POA: City Hits Grim Milestone With 100th Murder In 2020The Oakland Police Officers Association on Tuesday said that the city tallied its 100th murder victim in a single year for the first time since 2012, despite concerted efforts by police to stem the rising tide of street violence.
REPORT: Misinformation Campaigns Target Harris More Than PenceLong before Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden announced her as his running mate, Kamala Harris was the target of widespread online misinformation.
Democrats Officially Nominate Joe Biden To Take On Trump Democrats formally nominated Joe Biden as their candidate for president Tuesday night.
Iconic Pink Triangle Lights Up Over San Francisco's CastroThe iconic symbol of San Francisco Pride -- the Pink Triangle -- lit up the sky over the Castro District Saturday night.
Monterey Jazz Festival Rescheduled For 2021 Due To COVID-19The Monterey Jazz Festival is the latest event to be postponed or canceled because of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, with organizers announcing Thursday that the festival will not happen again until September 2021.
Coronavirus Fears, Data Safety Concerns Likely To Put Damper On CensusFears over data security, government misuse of personal information and the COVID-19 virus are all shaping up to put a damper on the 2020 U.S. Census.
Thousands Of New Laws Take Effect In California On Jan. 1, 2020Californians will face more than a thousand new laws in 2020, including several significant laws effecting their safety, health, children's education and wallet.
Longtime Friend Of Kamala Harris Provides Insight Into Personal LifeU.S. Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) is a longtime public figure in the Bay Area, but she’s also intensely private about her personal life.
Film Academy Pledges To Increase Diversity By 2020The Film academy pledges to double number of female and minority members by 2020 in response to diversity crisis...
Justin Timberlake Announces Tour, Second '20/20' AlbumSinger says the second half of his "The 20/20 Experience" will arrive Sept. 30, a month before he hits the road on a world tour...