COVID: Bay Area Businesses Could Start Requiring Proof Of VaccinationSome Bay Area counties could adopt a policy similar to the one New York City is putting in place, requiring proof of vaccination for indoor dining at restaurants, entry to gyms, and entry to other businesses,
'Unprecedented' Haze From California, West Coast Wildfires Prompt Air Quality Concerns In New YorkThe smoke from numerous wildfires burning in California and the West Coast are leading to hazy skies and prompting air quality concerns nearly 3,000 miles away in New York City.
UCSF Doctor Returning From Battling COVID-19 In New York Stunned By Conditions On FlightWith all the reports of dramatic declines in air travelers, Dr. Ethan Weiss, a UC-San Francisco cardiologist, returning from an assignment at a New York City hospital to help battle that city's COVID-19 outbreak was shocked to see the crowded conditions on his flight back to San Francisco.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Medical Personnel Join NYC Coronavirus Battle; Curry Delivers Surprise MessageA group of 20 UC San Francisco health care workers -- 12 physicians and eight nurses -- boarded a flight to New York Saturday to join the battle against the coronavirus in that city and were treated to a special shoutout from Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry.
After Elon Musk Offers To Build Ventilators, NYC Mayor de Blasio Asks For HelpIt didn't take long for a high-profile official to ask for Elon Musk's help after the Tesla and Space X CEO tweeted that his company could build ventilators currently in serious shortage as hospitals struggle to treat coronavirus patients.
California AG Becerra Sues U.S. Postal Service Over Cigarettes Smuggled By MailCalifornia and New York City sued the U.S. Postal Service on Tuesday to stop tens of thousands of cigarette packages from being mailed from foreign countries to U.S. residents.
New York Murder Suspect Among 3 Arrested In San Mateo Car Theft BustThree men from New York City - including a homicide suspect - were arrested near a known auto burglary hot spot in San Mateo on Tuesday afternoon, according to police.
Google $1B NYC Investment Shows It's Looking Past Silicon Valley For GrowthBig Tech's expansion outside of Silicon Valley continues: Mountain View-based Google announced Monday it will invest more than $1 billion to double its workforce in New York City.
Empire State Building Lights Up In Tribute To California Fire VictimsThe Empire State Building paid tribute to the victims of California's deadly wildfires Monday night, lighting up its upper tower sections in the state's blue and gold colors.
NYPD To Pursue Charges Against Members Of Far-Right Proud Boys In BrawlThe New York Police Department will pursue charges against a dozen people, including nine members of a far-right group known as the Proud Boys, in connection with a violent brawl Friday on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, the NYPD's Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea said Monday.
Smoke From California Wildfires Spreading 3,000 Miles To New York CityThis isn't the first time smoke from the western wildfires is spreading all the way to the East Coast.
Uber Faces New Roadblock In New York On Its Way To IPOUber will have to navigate around a new regulatory pothole in New York on an already bumpy road to its initial public offering of stock next year.
Post-Hardcore Heroes Team For Co-Headlining TourOne of the most beloved and influential bands to emerge from the New York scene during the 1990s, reunited post-hardcore greats Quicksand bring their tandem tour with like-minded group Glassjaw to the Great American Music Hall Tuesday night.
Trump Once Fought Measure Requiring Sprinklers In BuildingsThe 50th-floor apartment in Trump Tower where a man was killed in a raging fire did not have sprinklers — a requirement Donald Trump once fought as a powerful real estate developer.
Cecil Taylor, Pioneer Of Free-Jazz Movement, Dead At 89Cecil Taylor, the visionary pianist who revolutionized jazz by launching the free-jazz movement in the late '50s, died Thursday at his home in Brooklyn. He was 89.