Young Latinos Disproportionately Contracting, Dying Of COVID-19 In CaliforniaThe new numbers are alarming. Young Latinos in California are contracting and dying of COVID-19 disproportionately compared to other ethnicities.
Social Distancing Practices To Be Challenged During Sunny Memorial Day WeekendAhead of the Memorial Day weekend where crowds of people are expected to take advantage of relaxed shelter-in-place restrictions, keeping up the social distancing could be a challenge.
San Jose Police, Mayor's Office At Odds Over Enforcement Of Proposed Face Mask OrdinanceThe City of San Jose will be voting on a face-covering ordinance to slow the spread of COVID-19 that would go beyond the requirements of Santa Clara County. It would make people wear masks practically anytime they are in public or even outdoors, or risk the possibility of getting a ticket.
Owners Of San Francisco's Iconic LGBTQ Bar 'The Stud' Lament Coronavirus-Forced ClosureBar owners across San Francisco have been warning that the ongoing shelter-in-place rules are putting them in danger of extinction. The shutdown has now permanently closed a piece of city history.
Orinda Nursing Facility That Was Site Of Deadly COVID-19 Outbreak Under InvestigationA nursing facility in an affluent East Bay suburb that was the center of a deadly coronavirus outbreak last month is subject of an investigation by state and local law enforcement, according to authorities.
Bay Area Cafe Chain Specialty Gives Away Free Cookie Dough As FarewellThe Pleasanton-based chain Specialty's Cafe and Bakery closed its doors this week, but before the business bid its final farewell, it offered one last treat to its customers Thursday at its warehouse in Redwood City.
Oakland Airport Passenger Volume Craters During COVID-19 Shelter-In-PlaceOakland International Airport on Thursday reported a nearly 100 percent drop in passenger volumes as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Zuckerberg Says Half Of Facebook Employees Might Work RemotelyAs many as 50% of Facebook employees could be working remotely within the next five to 10 years, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Thursday.
South Bay Small Business Owners Welcome Beginning Of Curbside PickupWith reopening set to begin in Santa Clara County Friday, officials have reached out to local businesses about how the importance of communicating with the public.
Social Distancing Circles Painted On Grass At San Francisco's Dolores ParkWith space at Dolores Park in San Francisco expected to be in demand this Memorial Day weekend, visitors will have no excuse not to practice social distancing.
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. 
Martinez To Close Downtown Streets On Weekends To Help Struggling BusinessesTo give downtown restaurateurs and merchants more room to stretch out in this social distancing era, the Martinez City Council on Wednesday night called for closing Main Street in the downtown area on weekends, allowing streets and sidewalks to become open-air extensions of stores and restaurants.
Supervisor: Potential Buyer Found For Seton Medical Center After State LeavesThe future of Seton Medical Center in Daly City may finally be settled.
Attorney: 1,200 California Pastors Agree To Reopen May 31 In Defiance Of Stay-At-Home OrderMore than 1,200 California pastors say they will resume in-person services on May 31 in defiance of Gov. Gavin Newsom's stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the new coronavirus.
49ers Star Raheem Mostert's Family Concerned About NFL Return Amid COVID-19 Outbreak For San Francisco 49ers star running back Raheem Mostert returning to the playing field amid the COVID-19 outbreak is just part of his job, but it has raised an emotional response from his family.