Pandemic Revenue Falloff Threatens Redwood City Fire StationCommunities across the Bay Area are seeing declining tax revenue due to the pandemic and it's leading to cities being forced to make tough decisions about where to cut spending.
Coronavirus Test Site at Oakland Church Detects Unexpected Infection Rate in Black PopulationA COVID-19 testing event at a church in Oakland Saturday morning was looking for people who are infected but it also highlighted the importance of discovering the people who aren't.
Santa Clara County Seeks Court Order To Stop San Jose Church's COVID-19 ViolationsSanta Clara County officials on Friday announced they have requested a court order directing San Jose's Calvary Church to stop holding large religious services that violate state and local COVID-19 health orders.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Pauses Reduced Restrictions As Case Rates RiseOfficials in San Francisco announced Friday that a rising number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations has led to a pause in expanding business reopenings and allowable activities during the pandemic.
San Francisco Downtown Streets Still Remain Relatively Empty As City Slowly Rebounds From COVID LockdownEven as San Francisco has begun allowing workers to return to their offices and businesses and restaurants to expand their operations as COVID-19 restrictions have been eased, many residents have been left wondering when the bustling streets will return.
Solano County Confirms 1st Case of Patient Suffering Both Coronavirus and FluThe Solano County public health department reported Friday the first patient suffering both the flu and COVID-19.
'Trending In A Very Good Direction' - As Cases Rise Nationally, Bay Area Avoiding Spike In COVID-19 Infections So FarAs COVID-19 cases are spiking in some parts of the country, the Bay Area cities is doing better so far.
COVID Testing: Organizers Offer Free Testing In East Oakland SaturdayOrganizers will provide another opportunity for Oakland residents to get a free test for COVID-19 on the east side of the city Saturday.
Solano County Reports 1st Case Of COVID-19 And Flu Co-InfectionA Solano County resident has tested positive for both COVID-19 and the flu, marking the county's first case of co-infection, health officials announced Thursday.
Hundreds of Prisoners in California Refuse Move to Safer CellsState officials want to move thousands of prisoners to safer areas during the COVID-19 pandemic but they say more than 200 California inmates refuse to be transferred.
UC Berkeley Scientists Unveil Pop-Up Lab That Tests Wastewater For COVID-19A team of scientists from the University of California, Berkeley launched a pop-up lab this month to test wastewater from throughout the Bay Area for the novel coronavirus, the university said Thursday.
San Francisco Beating Virus but It’s Feeling Damage to EconomyAs the coronavirus pandemic transforms San Francisco's workplace, legions of tech workers have left, able to work remotely from anywhere.
With Quarterback Chase Garbers At The Helm, Cal Looks To Make Run At Pac-12 North Crown As California coach Justin Wilcox looks to navigate a season like no other, he can at least lean on a veteran quarterback who has endured his share of trials winning the job.
COVID: 'I'm Teaching From My Car' - Vallejo Teacher Holds Distance Learning From Starbucks Parking Lot After Losing InternetLosing a Wi-Fi signal can be a big problem for kids trying to do remote learning, but what if you’re the teacher?
Sonoma County Officials Determined To Get Out Of Most-Restrictive COVID-19 Purple TierSonoma County officials acknowledge they are the last Bay Area county in the purple tier, at the bottom rung of California’s color-coded reopening system, and say they are determined to work their way forward.