COVID Vaccine: California Health Officials Warn of Slowing Vaccination CampaignSome top state health officials are saying it could take until June just to vaccinate people 65 and older in California, adding to the COVID-19 frustrations Bay Area health departments are currently facing.
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.
Residents Asked Not To Feed Wild Turkeys Roaming Albany StreetsA group of nearly a dozen wild turkeys roaming the streets of Albany have become the toast of the quiet East Bay town.
COVID Stimulus: Newly Passed Relief Bill Too Late To Help Some Bay Area BusinessesThe second stimulus bill was signed into law over the weekend, offering cash for many Americans hit by the pandemic, extended unemployment benefits and a quarter-trillion dollar Paycheck Protection Program.
Livermore's Culinary Angels Deliver Meals With Love To Those In NeedA Livermore woman who survived breast cancer is bringing healing and hope through food to people who are battling serious illnesses.
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.
Brentwood Police Investigate Effigy Of Biden Hanging Outside Trump Supporter's HomePolice in Brentwood on Thursday confirmed that officers responded to an effigy hanging outside a residence that apparently was supposed to represent Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Dogs Allowed Off Leash Again In Parts Of East Bay Regional ParksDogs are once again allowed off leash in designated areas of East Bay Regional Park District parks as COVID restrictions are lifted, district officials said Wednesday.
National Weather Service Adds Surf Warning To Weekend Fire AdvisoryWeather will pose a danger to Bay Area residents with a higher risk for rip currents and big surf at beaches in addition to an already announced weekend Fire Weather Watch starting Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
East Bay Fire Officials Worried About Hot, Windy Weather This WeekendFire officials are concerned over forecast triple digit temperatures and gusty winds that are expected to increase fire danger this weekend in the Bay Area.
COVID Reopening: Contra Costa County Could Move To Red Tier Next WeekMore indoor businesses, including movie theaters, gyms and restaurant dining rooms, may be able to reopen in Contra Costa County as soon as next week, should COVID-19 case trends continue, the county's health officer said Tuesday.