Marin County Property Taxes Remain Due Despited Coronavirus PandemicMarin County has told its residents that property taxes will remain due April 10 despite the ongoing novel coronvirus pandemic.
Marin County Woman Helps Fight Climate ChangeWith the COVID-19 pandemic, emergency preparedness is a major concern for many in the Bay Area. Climate change is also a pressing issue. KPIX 5's latest Jefferson Award winner helps others learn to be resilient in the face of both.
Coronavirus Update: Marin County Chief Medical Officer Dr. Matt Willis Tests Positive For CoronavirusMarin County's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Matt Willis, who has been leading the local battle against the coronavirus, announced Monday he has contracted the virus.
Coronavirus Update: Marin County Closes All Parks After Weekend OvercrowdingOverflowing crowds looking for relief from the shelter-in-place order forced National Park officials to announce they were severely limiting access to the Point Reyes National Seashore for at least the next two weeks.
Coronavirus Update: Thousands Clog Marin Roadways, Hiking Trails And Beaches Seeking Break From Shelter-In-Place Marin officials asked Bay Area residents seeking outdoor relief from the current coronavirus shelter-in-place not to come to their county after roadways, hiking trails and beaches were clogged with thousands of visitors.
Coronavirus Update: Marin County Reports 10 New CasesTen additional COVID-19 coronavirus cases were reported in Marin County Thursday, boosting the number of cases to 25.
Coronavirus Update: Disinfecting Wipes Being Flushed Down Toilets Causing Major Pipe ProblemsAmid the coronavirus scare, sterilizing cleaning wipes are flying off of store shelves. Unfortunately, many of those wipes are ending up in sewer systems.
Coronavirus Update: Marin County Cases At 15There are 15 cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Marin County as of Tuesday, the county's Department of Health and Human Services said.
SMART Train Expands Cancellations, 4 Weekday Trains Suspended In Coronavirus ResponseSonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit announced Tuesday that it has canceled four weekday trips after announcing Monday that all weekend service will be suspended.
Coronavirus Update: Officials Cancel Weekend SMART Train Service In Wake Of Shelter-In-PlaceOfficials with Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit have temporarily cancelled weekend service because of the shelter-in-place ordered in seven Bay Area counties and the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Shelter-In-Place: Residents In 6 Bay Area Counties Ordered To Stay HomeBay Area residents across six Bay Area counties have been ordered to "shelter in place" until early April, according to an announcement from county officials Monday.