COVID: Local Indian Americans Desperately Try To Help As India's Crises WorsensMediratta and her husband Rohit launched a GoFundMe account and a website connected to international relief agencies and the Indian government to begin shipping hundreds of oxygen units which will arrive next week.
Oakland Youth Violent Crime Sprees On the Rise During COVID-19 PandemicOakland police are seeing more children, as young as 10 years old, committing serious crimes during the COVID-19 pandemic as schools and neighborhood rec centers were closed.
Air Travel Rebounds As More People Get Vaccinated, Restrictions LoosenMore than a year after the pandemic grounded the airline industry to a near halt, travel is finally taking off again.
San Jose Stoners Find Ways To Celebrate 4/20, Pandemic-StyleOn Tuesday people across the Bay Area gathered to celebrate 4/20, the unofficial cannabis holiday, even if it meant getting a little creative as the pandemic rages on.
COVID: As Bay Area Offices Reopen Many Employees Still Want To Work From HomeWorking from home may not just be a pandemic perk. Instead, Californians are embracing the new way of life and hope it could be a permanent post even after COVID restrictions are lifted, according to a new survey.
Roseville Woman Who Used Feinstein's Name, SS# For COVID Fraud Admits Stealing EDD BenefitsA Roseville woman who acknowledged using U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s name and Social Security number to receive $21,000 in pandemic-related assistance pleaded guilty Monday to stealing unemployment benefits.
San Francisco Muni K Ingleside Train Service To Resume May 15City officials in San Francisco announced Friday that the train service on Muni's K Ingleside line would resume next month on May 15.
Vallejo Emerging As One of the Hottest Real Estate Markets in Nation During PandemicAn unexpected Bay Area city has become one of the hottest real estate markets in the country, despite the economic challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic.
Inmate Firefighter Training Center In Susanville Closing With Wildfire Season Looming What was once the nation’s largest state correctional system has shrunk to the point where officials announced Tuesday they will close one of two inmate firefighter training centers.
SF Supes Propose Free Muni Pilot Program To Encourage Ridership During PandemicTwo San Francisco supervisors on Tuesday proposed legislation to fund a three-month pilot program providing free public transit to boost Muni ridership, which plummeted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID: San Francisco Nightlife Rebounds as Pandemic Restrictions EaseWith rebounding traffic, diners eating indoors and movies projected on the silver screen at Fort Mason, Friday nights in the city feel a lot different from what they were a year ago.
COVID: Plan To Keep San Pedro Street Closed To Traffic Has Strong Support From BusinessesThe city council is studying an idea to create a new pedestrian mall on San Pedro Street between Santa Clara Street and W St. John Street.
Most Marin County Libraries to Open Starting Week of April 19 The Marin County Free Library plans to reopen most of its branches starting the week of April 19 for express service after shutting for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mental Health Professionals Advise Hybrid Approach When Returning to Work After PandemicIt’s been more than a year of masking up, sheltering in place and working from home. We’ve been distant by design and now millions of workers are being called back.
Santa Clara County To Consider Waiving Additional Fees for Small BusinessesThe Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors plan to vote Tuesday on waiving the Weights and Measures annual fee for 2020/2021, possibly saving small businesses that use scanners and scales between $120 and $500 in fees.