San Francisco Fitness Studio Coalition Demands City Rescind Health OrderThe lawyer for a group of independent San Francisco fitness studios has demanded that city officials rescind the health order prohibiting indoor training after the health official who issued the order admitted there was no rational reason behind the ban.
California Judicial Council Votes To End Eviction Protections As Lawmakers Mull FixCalifornia will resume eviction and foreclosure proceedings on Sept. 2, stoking fears of a wave of evictions during the coronavirus pandemic unless the governor and state Legislature can agree on a proposal to extend protections into 2021.
COVID-19 Reopening Roundup: Alcatraz Opening Up For Recreational Use; Churches Sue To Reopen Doors; Stanford Changes Fall PlansThe tsunami of news about the coronavirus outbreak, reopenings and school classes starting can be overwhelming. To help you navigate through what you need to know here's a news roundup of the top coronavirus and reopening-related stories from the last 24 hours.
Marin County Parents Petition School Districts To Request Waiver From State To ReopenMarin County will start accepting waiver applications Friday for elementary schools looking to reopen for in-person learning, even as many teachers continue to resist the idea.
More Churches Sue to Challenge COVID-19 RestrictionsChurches in California and Minnesota, backed by a conservative legal group, filed lawsuits this week against the governors of their states challenging restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus outbreak that they contend are violations of religious liberty. 
Fresno County School That Opened Classrooms Ordered to CloseFresno County ordered a private school to close Thursday after it reopened classrooms in violation of a state health order aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus.
California Legislature Proposes First-In-The-Nation Wealth TaxA bill proposed in the California State Assembly would, if passed, implement a wealth tax on California residents -- the first of its kind in the nation.
PG&E Tells Regulators Planned Outages Will Go More SmoothlyPG&E promised regulators Thursday that it learned from its mishandling of deliberate blackouts in the past and won't disrupt as many people's lives during the pandemic this year.
Alcatraz Opening Up For Recreational Use Next WeekThe National Park Service said Thursday that it intends to resume recreational access to Alcatraz Island following new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Stanford Undergrads Disinvited From Living on Campus this FallStanford University’s undergraduate students learned Thursday they will not be allowed to live on campus this fall, despite previous statements to the contrary from the school.
'So Grateful' - Concord Waiter Stunned To Receive $1,000 Tip In Venmo ChallengeA waiter in Concord is getting much needed help during these tough times by receiving a $1,000 tip, thanks to a challenge on social media.