U.S. Tops Sobering Milestone of 500,000 COVID-19 DeathsMore than half a million people in the United States have now died from COVID-19, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
COVID California: Deaths Remain High But Rate of New Infections FallingThough new cases of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations continue to drop in the state, California reported its second-highest number of COVID-19 deaths on Thursday: 737 new deaths.
COVID Deaths: SF, Oakland, San Jose City Halls Lit In Amber As Part Of National Tribute To VictimsCity Halls in San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose and California's capitol building were lit up in amber on the eve of the Biden/Harris inauguration as part of a nationwide tribute to more than 400,000 Americans who died of COVID-19.
COVID Surge: Sonoma County Prepares For Worst With 'Mobile Morgue' TrailerAs deaths from COVID-19 have hit a new record of 4,000 a day in the United States Friday, Sonoma County is preparing for a possible increase in coronavirus casualties.
COVID Impact: Bay Area Mortuary Owners Running Out Of Space -- 'It's Like Wildfire'Some mortuary owners in the East Bay are facing a grim reality of the coronavirus as the COVID death toll climbs and they struggle to find space to accommodate families.
COVID Cases Surging; State Reports Record 585 Virus Deaths In Single DayCalifornia started the new year by reporting a record 585 coronavirus deaths in a single day after a health official said the pandemic was pushing state hospitals to the “brink of catastrophe” as some medical centers scramble to provide oxygen for the critically ill.
COVID Update: Dr. Colfax Warns San Francisco 'At A Crossroads;' Hundreds Could Die In Worst-Case ScenarioSan Francisco Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax on Wednesday warned that the city was entering the worst COVID-19 case surge to date and that as many as 1,500 residents could die by the spring if safety measures aren't followed.
COVID Deaths: Nearly A Third Of Nurses Dying Of COVID-19 Are FilipinoThere is an alarming statistic when it comes to COVID-19 death among nurses. Nearly a third of those who have died are of Filipino descent.
Two Dead, Two Injured In Early Morning Fremont House FireA house fire that occurred early Saturday morning in Fremont's Sundale neighborhood claimed two lives, according to the Alameda County Coroner's Office.
California Records 194 New COVID Fatalities; State Death Toll Approaches 9,000California came close to setting another single-day record for coronavirus deaths with 194 recorded Thursday, just three short of the single-day mark set only 24 hours earlier.
California Sets New Record For Most COVID-19 Deaths In A DayThe state of California set a new single-day record for COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday with 197 confirmed fatalities from the deadly virus, according to the governor's office.
Project Home: Deaths Of Homeless People In Santa Clara County More Than Quadruple Since 2000Public records on homeless deaths in Santa Clara County, obtained by KPIX, show a staggering increase from 31 deaths in 2000, to 166 in 2019. Every year the body count climbs.
State Database Shows Several Unconfirmed COVID-19 Deaths At Skilled Nursing Centers In BerkeleyNew data suggests there have been many more deaths due to COVID-19 in Berkeley than previously confirmed, and they happened at skilled nursing centers.
Victim's Family Voices Concerns After Vallejo Nursing Home COVID-19 Outbreak Claims 16 LivesA COVID-19 outbreak at The Windsor Vallejo Care Center has claimed 16 lives and left 112 residents infected with the virus, according to Solano County health officials.
Coronavirus Update: 14 Deaths Reported At Central California Nursing HomeMore than a dozen people have now died of COVID-19 at a skilled nursing facility in Turlock, in one of the deadliest outbreaks at an an elder care home in Northern California.