Find A COVID-19 Testing Site Near YouWith coronavirus cases on the rise across the Bay Area, many residents are looking to get tested for the virus.
Author Donates Book On Lesbian Heroines To Bay Area SchoolsRobin Lowey is on a mission. The North Bay author maneuvers quickly around stacks of boxes cluttering her living room, each one packed with copies of her book, 'Game Changers: Lesbians You Should Know About.'
BART Board Approves $2.4B Budget For Next Fiscal YearThe BART Board of Directors voted 7-2 Thursday to approve the transit agency's $2.42 billion budget for fiscal year 2021, which goes into effect next Wednesday.
UPDATE: Alameda County Sheriff Issues Curfew For Entire County; More Cities Issue OrdersFollowing a weekend of protests, rioting and looting across the Bay Area and the country, Alameda County on Monday became the latest local government to issue a curfew for its residents.
Meals On Wheels Volunteers Check On Older Tri-Valley Residents During Heat WaveWith temperatures rising into the triple digits across much of the Bay Area, a big concern for seniors is how to stay cool while still abiding by social-distancing requirements.
Excessive Heat Watch Issued For Most Of Bay Area Starting Memorial DayThe National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Watch for the Bay Area starting on Memorial Day and extending through much of next week.
Solano County Joins Napa County In Entering Expanded Stage 2 ReopeningSolano County on Thursday received state approval to begin reopening various sectors of their economies such as dine-in restaurants, the California Department of Public Health said.
Napa County Announces Move Into Expanded Stage 2 Reopening; Wineries Not IncludedOfficials in Napa County on Tuesday announced that the state will be permitting additional businesses and services to open with modifications immediately, including dine-in restaurants and shopping malls, but not including wineries.
After COVID-19 Shutdown Bay Area's Cautious Reopening Could Be Costly For BusinessesAs businesses slowly begin to reopen, officials are asking two major questions: how can we afford to open up when the virus is still just as dangerous and how can we afford not to?
Bay Area Economists Weigh In On Whether U.S. Is Headed For Depression From COVID-19With new unemployment figures showing 20 million American jobs lost in the month of April alone, KPIX 5 asked two Bay Area experts to explain where the U.S. could be headed at this historic economic moment in time.
Coronavirus Update: Bay Area Shelter-In-Place Guidelines Still In Effect Despite State ChangesHealth officers in six Bay Area counties and the city of Berkeley warned residents Thursday that the regional COVID-19 coronavirus shelter-in-place guidelines will remain in place through at least May 31 despite Gov. Gavin Newsom’s announced changes to the state’s order.
Coronavirus Update: South Bay Shows Signs Of Returning To Normal With First COVID-19 ReopeningsParts of the South Bay slowly started coming back to life Monday with the easing of restrictions on some businesses and outdoor activities, though social distancing protocols remain in effect.
Coronavirus Update: Bay Area Nurses Join May Day Protests Over Protective GearBay Area nurses are joining nationwide May Day actions Friday, demanding COVID-19 protections for all health care workers.
Coronavirus Update: Bay Area Golf Courses To Reopen Monday After Shelter Order ModificationBay Area golfers anxious to hit the links will be in luck Monday as some golf courses plan to reopen following a modification of the region's shelter-in-place order due to the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Bay Area Health Officers Extend, Amend Shelter-In-Place Order To Allow Some Outdoor ActivitiesBay Area health authorities are amending the shelter-in-place order allowing for some outdoor activities such as construction, landscaping, as well as some recreational activities while keeping in place most of the current social distancing protocols.