COVID Reopening: San Francisco Rejects Golden State Warriors Plan To Bring Fans Back To Chase CenterA plan proposed by the Golden State Warriors to bring fans back to the Chase Center in San Francisco when the next NBA season starts in December was rejected Wednesday.
COVID In Schools: San Rafael In-Person Learning Sees Zero Virus Transmission So FarSome schools in Marin County show a possible path to reopen in-person learning safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID Surge: Local Businesses Express Frustration Over Coronavirus ShutdownAs COVID case rates continue to surge across the Bay Area and the state, some North Bay businesses feel they are taking an unnecessary hit.
COVID Travel: Tests Ahead Of Holidays May Give People A False Sense Of SecurityCOVID test sites have been packed around the Bay Area this week as residents rush to get swabbed before Thanksgiving, hoping to get the all clear before family gatherings.
49ers And COVID: Kinlaw Placed On COVID List While Team Claims Takk McKinleyJust weeks after a positive COVID-19 test kept several of the San Francisco 49ers’ offensive weapons off the field, the virus appears to be plaguing the team’s defense.
COVID In Oakland: Pandemic Sending Additional Trash Into Bay Area WaterwaysThe Bay Area received its first significant rainfall in months this week. While early rains often wash a lot of debris into San Francisco Bay, COVID is introducing additional unusual trash to the water.
Raiders Add 7 Players To COVID-19 List Ahead Of Rematch Vs. ChiefsThe Las Vegas Raiders have placed seven more players on the COVID-19 list as “high risk” close contacts with teammate Clelin Ferrell after he tested positive for the coronavirus.
Pac-12's Postseason Dreams Dimming Due to COVID-19It’s been a mess of a season for Pac-12. With so many games canceled due to the COVID-19, it’s looking unlikely that a Pac-12 team will go to a bowl game.
Analyst Forecasts One-Time $26 Billion Windfall for California BudgetCalifornia’s legislative analyst said Wednesday that the state will see a one-time, $26 billion-windfall in its next budget year, as the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic have not been as severe as anticipated.
UPDATE: Woman Killed In Crash On Interstate Highway 680 In PachecoA woman who was a passenger in a car was killed in a solo vehicle crash on Interstate Highway 680 in Pacheco Wednesday morning, the California Highway Patrol reported.
COVID Surge: Contra Costa DA Preps For Anticipated Health Order Violation ComplaintsWith Contra Costa County falling back into the most restrictive category of COVID-19 business and social gathering guidelines, District Attorney Diana Becton knows her office will be seeing more complaints about businesses and individuals flouting the rules.
COVID Surge: Some Residents Resist California's New Coronavirus RestrictionsIn some California communities, officials are trying to re-establish COVID-19 restrictions from the spring on a population less willing to accept them.
COVID Roundup: Pfizer To Seek Emergency FDA Vaccine Approval; Panic Buying Emptying Store ShelvesWith a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
COVID: Pfizer To Seek Emergency FDA Approval For COVID-19 Vaccine; Test Results 95% Effective, No Side EffectsWith hospitalizations and new cases surging in the San Francisco Bay Area, there was new hope in the battle against the coronavirus Wednesday as Pfizer announced more encouraging interim results from its ongoing vaccine study suggesting the shots are 95% effective.
COVID-19 Surge: New Wave Of Panic Buying Empties Bay Area Grocery ShelvesA new wave of panic buying is coinciding new COVID restrictions, a dramatic surge in cases, and traditionally, the busiest time of year for grocery stores.