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COVID: Masks, Social Distancing Slowed Spread Of Common Childhood Illnesses
All of the social distancing, handwashing and masking not only slowed down the prevalence of COVID-19 in kids, but also slowed down other childhood illnesses.
UPDATE: Community Gathers To Heal After Terrifying Juneteenth Mass Shooting At Oakland's Lake Merritt
The Alameda County Coroner's Office on Tuesday afternoon identified the man who died in the Juneteenth mass shooting at Oakland's Lake Merritt as 22-year-old Dashawn Rhoades.
IMAGES: Historic Photos Of Damage Left By 1906 Great Quake
On Sunday, San Franciscans took a few moments to remember the Great Quake of 1906 that killed thousands and destroyed much of the city.
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Golden State Warriors Get Picks No. 7 and 14 in 2021 NBA Draft Lottery
The Golden State Warriors did about as well as could be expected in the 2021 NBA Draft Lottery Tuesday night, getting the number 7 and number 14 picks.
Warriors President Rick Welts Reflects On 1985 Knicks NBA Draft Lottery Win
When it comes to the NBA Draft Lottery, retiring Golden State Warriors team president Rick Welts is well aware of how fickle the ping-pong balls may fall.
Raiders' Carl Nassib Becomes 1st Active NFL Player To Come Out As Gay
Carl Nassib, a defensive lineman for the Las Vegas Raiders, became the first active NFL player in league's 100-plus year history to come out as gay.
High School Amateur in Contention At Midpoint of US Women's Open
17-year-old amateur Megha Ganne followed up a strong opening round by shooting an even-par 71 in the second round at the Olympic Club on Friday and heads into the weekend two shots off the pace set by fellow teenager Yuka Saso.
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Combate Mixed Martial Arts Coming To Paramount+ And CBS Sports Network
Paramount+ and CBS Sports Network are adding Combate mixed martial arts to their expanding portfolio of sports coverage.
Ed Sheeran Joins 'The Late Late Show With James Corden' Starting June 28th
During his residency, Sheeran will perform some of his biggest hits each night, as well as the television debut of his new single ‘Bad Habits.'
Bryan Cranston And Annette Bening Star In Paramount+ Original 'Jerry And Marge Go Large'
'Jerry And Marge Go Large' stars Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening in a story based on true events.
'We Knew Instinctively That We Had Something Special': Kheng Hua Tan On The CW's 'Kung Fu'
The actor shares what it is like to be on this show and how "Crazy Rich Asians" changed the course of her career.
From Barack Obama To Kurt Vonnegut, Book Reveals How World's Most Successful People Achieved Greatness
Ever wonder what makes people like President Barack Obama, Serena Williams and Malcolm Gladwell some of the most successful leaders in their industries? A new book describes the strategies behind their success.
Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo, America's Longest-Running All-Black Rodeo, Airs On CBS Saturday June 19
On Juneteenth, CBS will broadcast the Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo, marking the first time the event has aired on broadcast network television.
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Wine Country Sees Surge of Memorial Day Weekend Visitors
In Napa Valley, there is relief that COVID-19’s grip may be coming to an end. As a result, a lot of people are treating Memorial Day weekend as a kind of spring break from the pandemic.
Memorial Day Weekend Air Travel Set to Soar as Motorists See Highest Gas Prices in Years
With fears of pandemic fading, Californians are taking to the skies and roads this Memorial Day. Too bad the price of fuel is at its highest in years.
San Jose Airport Adds Over 300 Airport Parking Spaces to Meet Demand
Mineta San Jose International Airport plans to add more than 300 parking spaces Saturday to meet growing demand as COVID-19 restrictions ease and people begin traveling again.
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'Mayor' Of San Francisco Tenderloin District Works To Provide Tech Jobs To Underserved, At-Risk
He’s known as the “Mayor” of the Tenderloin and his nonprofit trains unserved neighbors for high-tech jobs.
Tour Guide Hopes To Bridge Gap Between San Francisco Tech Workers, Tenderloin
It seems like a long way from the plush high-tech lifestyle of San Francisco to life on the streets, but it's not. It's right next door.