Pac-12 Decision A Blow For Stanford Athlete, Vendors Hoping For A Lucrative Fall Football SeasonA normally lucrative season for colleges has disappeared after the Pac-12 announced on Tuesday to halt all sports until at least the beginning of next year because of COVID-19.
Tenants Face Imminent Evictions If State Lawmakers Don't Act QuicklyThe clock is running out on eviction protections for tenants in California, with the current statewide moratorium set to expire on August 14th.
Santa Clara County Supes Vote To Extend Eviction Moratorium, Impose Fines For Mask ViolationsAmid a ticking "eviction time bomb" in Santa Clara County, the county Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved an extension on the eviction moratorium for both private and commercial tenants.
Berkeley Tries Out New User-Friendly COVID-19 TestA Silicon Valley startup developed a new system for coronavirus testing that is more accurate and “user friendly,” and opened a first-of-its-kind walk-up kiosk in Berkeley.
Free Noise App Makes Working At Home EasierHelp is on the way it’s an online interactive office noise generator called “The Calm Office.” It provides 10 different office sounds that you mix to your own liking.
CoCo County Adds Testing Capacity, Contends With Data IssuesWith area laboratories overwhelmed by a growing volume of COVID-19 coronavirus testing, resulting in "significant delays" in test result returns, Contra Costa Health Services is beefing up its lab capacity and opening up two new testing centers this week in West County.
Napa Co Supes Affirm Support for Health Officer Criticized By LocalsNapa County supervisors affirmed their support for county Public Health Officer Dr. Karen Relucio on Tuesday after a group of parents lambasted her for not reopening some schools during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
SJSU Sports On Hold; Mountain West Conference Suspends All Fall ProgramsSan Jose State University student-athletes will not play sports this fall following a decision by the Mountain West Conference to indefinitely postpone all fall sports contests due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
San Francisco Mayor Breed Outlines City's Budget To Battle Coronavirus PandemicMayor London Breed on Tuesday offered up some details on the city's fight against COVID-19 and its financial impact in the months to come.
The Chapel To Christen Outdoor Stage With Red Room OrchestraPopular Mission District club the Chapel on Saturday hosts its first socially distanced concert on its new outdoor stage with the Red Room Orchestra playing a special seated dinner show benefiting the Independent Venue Alliance.
COVID-19 Reopening Roundup: Pac-12 Fall Football In Jeopardy; Unemployment Relief Falls Short; Teachers Scramble As School Year Gets UnderwayThe tsunami of news about the current coronavirus outbreak and now the reopenings 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.
Hotels Install Office Amenities to Lure Bay Area Teleworkers Out of the HouseMore hotels are fashioning rooms into office spaces as working from home becomes a longterm option for many Bay Area professionals.
Masks Worn Amid COVID-19 May Lead To Form Of ImmunityAs the Bay Area and the nation continue to struggle with the coronavirus pandemic, there is growing evidence that wearing a mask may result in a surprising benefit.
Some Teachers Balk as San Jose Schools Prepare to Reopen Classrooms WednesdaySchool starts Wednesday for the San Jose Unified School District when hundreds of teachers will be ordered back to their classrooms but some teachers say they intend to teach from home.
Bay Area Biotech Company Develops Promising New Class Of Drug To Treat COVID-19 PatientsA Bay Area biotechnology company has discovered a new way to make a COVID-19 treatment by producing an entirely new class of drugs. Soon, the invention will be tested in human clinical trials.