Downtown Comes Alive As Smoky Skies Clear, People Go Back Outside In BurlingameTuesday's blue skies seemed like a novelty after a week of otherworldly phenomena due to unhealthy air.
Alameda County Has Most Coronavirus Cases In Bay Area, Spike In HospitalizationsAlameda County has the most coronavirus cases in the Bay Area and now it has more hospitalizations than it ever had during this entire pandemic. Could a second lockdown be on the way?
'Hit The Reset Button' - Some UC Medical Experts Urge 2nd Shutdown To Contain COVID-19 SurgeMedical experts, including several at UCSF and the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, have signed onto a letter urging political leaders to shut down the country again to contain the new surge in COVID-19 cases.
Business Owners Eager to Get Back to Work With Lockdown Rules Set to Ease MondayMonday the state and counties will begin cautiously relaxing some of the shelter-in-place orders, allowing some businesses and activities to resume. For some of them it may be just in the nick of time.
Bay Area Counties Get Tough on Stay-at-Home Order EvadersWith Easter weekend fast approaching, Bay Area counties are cracking down on shelter-at-home violators.
Coronavirus Changed Life For Thousands Of Bay Area Horses And Their HumansEleven-year-old Rocky hasn’t seen his family since the lockdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus began, on March 17. That’s because he’s an off-track thoroughbred, aka 'Rockzig,' and one of the hundreds of thousands of horses whose humans and handlers are sheltering in place across the Bay Area.
Man Carrying Pellet Gun Near SJ Homeless Encampment Sets Off County Building LockdownSeveral Santa Clara County buildings in San Jose were put on lockdown Monday morning after reports of a firearm nearby turned out to be just a pellet gun, the county sheriff's office said.
How Do You Manage Fighting Kids During A Coronavirus Lockdown? Here's What The Experts SayAs the nation shuts down and loved ones huddle to weather what may well be weeks of coronavirus-induced isolation, family tensions are rising.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Laguna Honda Hospital Locked Down After 5 Staffers Test PositiveFive staff members of San Francisco's Laguna Honda have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, prompting hospital officials to place the facility on lockdown beginning Wednesday evening.
Coronavirus Pandemic: New York, Illinois Join California With Lockdown Orders; Officials Wrestle With EnforcementAs Illinois and New York state joined California on Friday in ordering all residents to stay in their homes to help stem the coronavirus spread, local leaders in the San Francisco Bay Area were wrestling over how to enforce the order.
Las Vegas Casinos, Bars, Theatres, Restaurants Closed Stop Spread Of CoronavirusNevada’s governor ordered a monthlong closure of casinos and other non-essential businesses like bars, movie theaters, gyms and restaurants in order to stem the spread of the new coronavirus.
San Francisco, San Jose Cannabis Dispensaries To Stay Open During Shelter-In-Place OrderSan Jose's cannabis dispensaries can remain open as "essential services" under the recent shelter in place order issued by Santa Clara County due to the spread of novel coronavirus.
Oakland Chef Offers 'Pay-As-You-Can' Caribbean Cuisine, Soothing Bush Tea During Coronavirus LockdownDuring the coronavirus lockdown, renowned chef Sarah Kirnon, owner of Miss Ollie's Caribbean Restaurant in the Swan Marketplace was offering a sliding scale menu on Tuesday, making sure her patrons were well, and well-fed.
China Coronavirus Cases Increase As More Preventive Measures TakenThe rate of increase in new cases of the virus in China rose again after a brief respite, as the death toll rose to 722 on the mainland and countries around the world enforced stricter measures to contain its spread.
China Scrambles To Keep Cities In Coronavirus Lockdown FedThe manager of the Wushang Mart in Wuhan, the locked-down city at the heart of China’s virus outbreak, says its shelves are loaded with 50% more vegetables and other food than usual to reassure jittery customers.