Coronavirus Update: California Suffers Deadliest Day Yet; Gov. Newsom Offers Debt ReliefGov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday confirmed that California had suffered the most number of deaths in a single day of the COVID-19 emergency, while also announcing two new measures that would provide some debt relief for Californians hit hard financially by the pandemic.
New Model Forecasts Lower Number Of COVID-19 Deaths But Expert Urges CautionA leading model projecting coronavirus deaths is lowering its number and could be used as an argument to open up the economy sooner.
Coronavirus Update: 2 New Deaths, More Cases Reported At Hayward, Castro Valley Nursing HomesAlameda County health officials on Friday reported new coronavirus cases and deaths from two nursing homes that have been heavily impacted by the outbreak and where owners have been cited for previous violations.
California Now Tracking Number Of Patients Hospitalized To Measure Spread Of CoronavirusAs California confronts a rising number of coronavirus cases, state leaders and health officials are increasingly focused on a different metric. They are using the number of people arriving at the hospital.
Coronavirus Outbreak: South Bay High School Students Join Grassroots Effort To Create Medical Protective ShieldsWhile they have been forced out of the classroom by the coronavirus outbreak, a group of Monta Vista High School students have jumped in to join the grassroots effort to produce medical protective shields needed by hospital workers on the front line of battle against the virus.
Coronavirus Update: 3 More COVID-19 Deaths Reported In Santa Clara CountyHealth officials in Santa Clara County have confirmed that three more people have died from coronavirus in the county, raising the total to 16.
Contra Costa Deputies Investigating Two Deaths In Pittsburg AreaSheriff's deputies are investigating two deaths in the Pittsburg area, a spokesman for the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office said in an email Thursday afternoon.
Deaths May Have Triggered Federal Raid On Lodi Skydiving CenterFBI and other federal agents this week seized credit card receipts, skydiving release forms and videos of people skydiving from a skydiving center in central California that has recently seen several deaths.
Flu-Related Death Toll Continues To Rise In CaliforniaFlu-related deaths in California have been higher so far this season than in recent years, raising concerns the illness might prove more severe, health officials said Tuesday.
6 Die At Florida Nursing Home In Irma's AftermathSix patients at a sweltering Hollywood nursing home died in Hurricane Irma's aftermath, authorities said Wednesday.
Coroner: Bay Area Heat Wave Claimed 6 LivesThe historic heat wave that sent temperatures soaring into triple digits throughout the Bay Area over the weekend claimed six lives, officials announced Thursday.
2 Pedestrians Killed On San Francisco's High Injury Corridors Over 2 DaysTwo pedestrians were killed over two days on what San Francisco pedestrian advocates described as some of the city's most dangerous roads.
Teen Driving Deaths On The Rise In The U.S.The number of teenagers involved in deadly car crashes in the United States is rising for the first time in nearly a decade.
16 Killed In Deadliest Hot Air Balloon Crash In U.S. HistoryFederal officials aren't sure how many people were riding in the balloon.
San Francisco Bicycle, Pedestrian Advocates Call For Safer Streets After Cyclist DeathsBicyclist and pedestrian advocates called for action in the wake of the deaths of two cyclists on city streets last week.