Nearly 4 Million Bay Area Residents Voted In 2020 ElectionNearly 4 million people in the Bay Area's nine counties voted in the 2020 election, breaking voter turnout records in some. Eight of those counties reported finalizing results by Wednesday.
Bay Area Stays 'Uncontested Epicenter' Of Nation's Priciest Homes Amid Pandemic; Atherton Most Expensive Zip 4 Years RunningWhile the COVID-19 pandemic has upended the Bay Area's rental market, the region continues to be the most expensive housing market in the country by far in 2020.
COVID Surge: Newsom Sounds Alarm As Case Numbers Skyrocket; All Bay Area Counties Move Back Multiple TiersGov. Gavin Newsom on Monday announced that state health officials are "pulling an emergency brake" on California's COVID-19 pandemic response, increasing restrictions in 40 counties including the entire Bay Area as the state's daily cases doubled over the past 10 days.
'King Tides' To Bring Potential Flooding To California Coastal AreasForecasters advised of potential minor coastal flooding Monday morning along low-lying areas of the California coast due to astronomical high tides.
Cold Front Brings Cooler Temps, Some Rain To Bay AreaContinued seasonably cool temperatures and precipitation were expected across the Bay Area Friday before a forecast warming trend over the weekend and into early next week.
Prospective Vice President Harris Set To Break Multiple BarriersDepending on the final outcome of this rollercoaster election, Kamala Harris is poised to become the first woman to reach the office of Vice President when all the votes are counted.
Bay Area Voters Continue Tense Wait For Presidential Election ResultsOn the Friday after Election Day, residents across the Bay Area continue their anxious wait for a result in the presidential election.
Bay Area Voters Watch Ballot Counting Drama With Intense InterestAs the Bay Area and the nation await election results, many Americans have been left in a lingering state of suspended tension and anxiety.
Two Bay Area Young Women Become Region's First Female Eagle ScoutsSince the Boy Scouts of America started allowing girls almost two years ago, the Bay Area is starting to see the very first class of female Eagle Scouts.
'Trending In A Very Good Direction' - As Cases Rise Nationally, Bay Area Avoiding Spike In COVID-19 Infections So FarAs COVID-19 cases are spiking in some parts of the country, the Bay Area cities is doing better so far.
Bay Area Fire Weather Watch Declared For Early Next Week, 'Strongest' Winds Of The Year PossibleA Fire Weather Watch has been issued for the Bay Area for early next week, as forecasters warn of "critical to extreme" conditions due to strong winds and low humidity.
Need Grows In Bay Area Amid Ongoing Battle For COVID-19 StimulusWhile politicians in Washington battle over the specifics of a stimulus package for Americans in need, that need is growing for many Bay Area families and cities that could use some financial help.
COVID-19 Contributes To October Cluster Of Bay Area Film FestivalsDue to COVID-19 delays and other factors, October brings a sort of cultural gridlock to the Bay Area with the confluence of over ten film festivals happening across the region.
Bay Area Cities Hire Extra Help In Rush To Complete 2020 CensusCities and counties across California are trying to ensure an accurate population count and in many instances, they've hired their own workers to supplement the efforts of federal census takers.
Hazardous Air Levels Climb As A Smoky, Ash-Filled Plume Remains Draped Over San Francisco Bay AreaAir quality deteriorated to the 'very unhealthy' level early Friday in the San Francisco Bay Area as a plume of smoke and ash from wildfires raging across the West remained stalled overhead and combined with fog to cast the region's skies in a sickly color of gray.