Reopening: 'Disappointing' Behavior At Jam-Packed Dolores Park In San Francisco's Mission DistrictThe sunny and mild weather attracted a large crowd of people to Dolores Park in San Francisco's Mission District Saturday, but not everyone was mindful of the COVID-19 risks.
Reopenings: Study To Help Shape San Jose's COVID-19 Response To Aid ImmigrantsA study released by the nonprofit organization New American Economy, in partnership with the city of San Jose, will help shape immigrant-inclusive COVID-19 relief measures.
Pac-12 Player Group 'Disappointed' After Commissioner CallThe Pac-12 players of the “WeAreUnited” movement said they were “disappointed and deeply concerned” after a recent meeting with the conference’s commissioner.
COVID-19 Reopening Roundup: Mask-less Crowds Gather At SF Dolores Park; Golf Pro Misses Fans At PGA Championship; Chinatown Business Woes DeepenThe 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.
San Francisco Chinatown Business Woes Deepen as Pandemic PersistsWith the drop in tourism and anti-China rhetoric from national politicians, San Francisco’s Chinatown has been one of the areas especially hard-hit in the pandemic.
Oakland School Administrators Await Official Plans With School Set to Start MondayOakland Unified and its teachers' union are still trying to reach an agreement over how much remote learning will be conducted live, versus lessons that are pre-recorded.
COVID-19: Rental Assistance Program Launched For Hayward TenantsApplications are being accepted for two rental assistance grant programs that are open to Hayward tenants facing economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reopenings: 'You Deserve Better'; State Health Officials Fixed Glitch That Backlogged COVID-19 DataWith fall classes set to begin across California next week, a technical glitch that has plagued the data system the state relies for COVID-19 tracking to make decisions about reopening businesses and schools has been fixed.
COVID-19 Roundup: Rare Syndrome Strikes Hispanic, Black Children; State Death Toll Reaches 10,000; Small SF Gyms Fight For SurvivalThe 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.
Oakland Teachers, District Wrangle With School Year Set to Start MondayThe first day of school is three days away and the Oakland Unified School District and teachers' union are still at odds over how classes will be conducted come Monday.
Alaska Airlines 48-Hour BOGO Fare Sale Gives Passengers A Row To ThemselvesAfter blocking middle seats on its mainline flights due to COVID-19, Alaska Airlines just announced a 2-day "Buy One, Get One" sale through October 31, so passengers have the entire row while flying during the pandemic.
Chase Center Wins Recognition for Advanced Cleaning PracticesChase Center, home of the Golden State Warriors, is the first sports venue in Northern California to earn the GBAC STAR Facility accreditation, considered the gold standard in the cleaning industry
Livermore Reopens First Street To Help Businesses Hurt By COVID-19 Street ClosuresStreet closures in downtown Livermore were supposed to help businesses survive the pandemic but they ended up hurting many retailers. So, the city has decided to reopen First Street this weekend.
Oakland Schools Plan to Open Next Week With All Online ClassesOfficials with the Oakland Unified School District Friday said students will be learning from home for the foreseeable future as the new school year begins Monday.  
CDC: Hispanic, Black Children More Likely To Be Hospitalized For COVID-19, Suffer Rare SyndromeRacial disparities in the U.S. coronavirus epidemic extend to children, according to two sobering government reports released Friday.