Lifelong Horse Stylist Forced To Find New Job Due To Coronavirus OutbreakThe COVID-19 pandemic has not only forced many to change their lifestyles but also their careers. With bills left to pay and no income coming in, many in the Bay Area are looking for work.
San Jose Approves Moratorium On Evictions As Coronavirus Takes Toll On EconomyThe San Jose City Council unanimously approved Mayor Sam Liccardo's proposal to place a temporary moratorium on housing evictions for people economically affected by the coronavirus and are having trouble paying their rent.
Wall Street, Tech Stocks Suffer Opening Bell 2,000-Point Sell-Off; Trading Halted For 15 Minutes After Steep Decline After two weeks of steady declines, Wall Street was bracing for a steep tumble fueled by coronvirus fears and an oil price war between OPEC countries and Russia at Monday's opening bell as Dow futures shed nearly 1,300 points in overnight trading.
Bay Area Gas Prices Could Jump After Attacks In Saudi ArabiaPrices at the pump in the Bay Area could jump at least 10 cents a gallon as a result of this weekend's drone attacks on oil sites in Saudi Arabia.
Bay Area Jobs Market Stays Hot But Mid-Wage Workers Feel SqueezedThe Bay Area job market is so robust, it produced more than 40 percent of all jobs created in California during the first half of the year, according to state labor officials.
Apple's World Wide Developers Conference A Huge Economic Boon For San JoseApple's World Wide Developers Conference is sure to bring a fresh economic boost to San Jose.
San Jose Residents Concerned With Planned Closure Of Downtown SafewayCustomers in the South Bay say they're frustrated and confused after the Safeway location that serves as the only major chain grocery store in downtown San Jose prepares to shut down next month.
California Wineries Feeling Effects Of US-China Trade WarCalifornia wineries are feeling the effects of the trade war between the U.S. and China.
More People Leaving Pricey California For Tax-Free Nevada LifestyleCalifornia has the highest taxes in the nation, and the new federal tax law that limits state and local tax deductions to $10,000 dollars has people crossing state lines.
Democrats Win Control Of The House As Republicans Retain SenateCBS News on Tuesday night projected Democrats would take control of the House of Representatives, delivering a major blow to President Trump and the GOP. Republicans, meanwhile, kept control of the Senate.
As Californians Exit East, Reno Motels Become Last Resort for Low-Cost HousingSilicon Valley firms from Apple to Tesla have set up operations in the Reno area, bringing waves of tech workers. For Reno's down-and-out, however, the boom has pushed housing prices up and the tourist town's many motor lodges have become their housing of last resort.
Stocks Market Tumbles: Dow Falls More Than 800 PointsOctober has often been a nerve-racking month for investors, and this month is living up to that reputation. Stocks slid sharply on Wednesday because investors are worried about rising interest rates.
Unemployment Falls to 3.7 Percent – Lowest Since 1969Hiring is so strong that employers are having trouble filling openings and some are being forced to offer higher pay.
S&P 500, Nasdaq Close At Record HighsThe S&P 500 index and Nasdaq composite closed at record highs Friday, just two days after the current bull market in stocks became the longest in history.
Trump Arrives Late, Disrupting G-7 MeetingPresident Trump arrived late for a gender equality meeting at an international summit, prompting the Canadian prime minister to kick it off without waiting for "stragglers" to arrive.