San Francisco Bay Area Latino Voters' Main Concerns: COVID-19, Healthcare, EconomyWhether it's Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden playing the popular song "Despacito" at a rally or President Donald Trump posing with Goya Bean products, these simple attempts at appealing to Latinx voters don't work. The powerful voting bloc needs more.
Sonoma County Officials Determined To Get Out Of Most-Restrictive COVID-19 Purple TierSonoma County officials acknowledge they are the last Bay Area county in the purple tier, at the bottom rung of California’s color-coded reopening system, and say they are determined to work their way forward.
Lower Infection Rates Seen In Mission District After Rapid COVID-19 Testing StudyWe have been told the key to fighting the pandemic is testing, testing, testing. And now, researchers in San Francisco have discovered the most effective testing may be faster, easier and less expensive.
Bay Area Artist's Mexican Roots At Core Of Her ArtInes Chapela's art is inspired by her travels and nature but it's her culture that is at the heart of every piece.
Oakland Leaders Demand More COVID Testing In Fruitvale DistrictCity leaders and health officials in Oakland are pleading for federal help to combat high COVID-19 infection rates in one specific area.
Santa Cruz County Reports 8th COVID-19 Death, Most New Cases In South CountyThe Santa Cruz County Public Health Division announced Wednesday the eighth COVID-19-related death in the county.
Latinx COVID Positivity Still High As Task Force And UCSF Test San Francisco Residents, Essential WorkersAs Latinx San Franciscans continue to account for more than half of the city's overall COVID-19 cases, new statistics released Wednesday by the University of California at San Francisco and the city's COVID-19 Latino Task Force suggest testing at transit hubs could help reduce numbers.
Latinx Community Bears Brunt Of COVID-19 In Santa Clara CountySanta Clara County leaders said Wednesday the Latinx community make up half of the COVID-19 cases in the region.
Coronavirus Testing Program Launched For Latinos Living In San Francisco Mission DistrictLatinx San Franciscans make up 23% of coronavirus cases in the city, yet only 16% of the population. That’s part of the reason the University of California, San Francisco wants to test people living between South Van Ness Ave. and Harrison St., and Cesar Chavez Blvd. and 23rd Street.