Stanford Students Call For Expulsion Of Classmate Over Racist, Violent Posts On Social MediaThousands of Stanford students were calling for the expulsion of a classmate over a string of racist comments and violent posts on social media.
'I Feel Safer': Concrete Barriers Replace Old Painted Bike Lanes In Downtown San JoseThe city of San Jose is replacing painted-on pavement bike lane designations, with permanent concrete barriers to provide safer bike commuter lanes.
Tesla Pulls Radar From 2 Models; Consumer Reports, NHTSA Pull Safety RankingsTwo key groups that offer automobile safety ratings have yanked their top endorsements of some Tesla vehicles because the Bay Area-based automaker has stopped using radar on its safety systems.
Asian American Attacks: Volunteers Chaperoning Seniors in Oakland Chinatown to Ease ConcernsSince the Atlanta spa shootings earlier this week, a group that offers chaperone service to seniors in Oakland Chinatown said they saw a big increase in the number of volunteers.
SF Neighbors Fed Up With Speeding Cars On Cesar Chavez After Hit-And-Run Driver Nearly Kills DogEver since Lila, a beloved neighborhood dog was nearly killed by a hit-and-run driver, neighbors are fed up with fast cars barreling along Cesar Chavez.
COVID Travel: Tests Ahead Of Holidays May Give People A False Sense Of SecurityCOVID test sites have been packed around the Bay Area this week as residents rush to get swabbed before Thanksgiving, hoping to get the all clear before family gatherings.
COVID Reopening: City Partners With San Francisco Unified To Support School AssessmentOfficials with the city and county of San Francisco and the San Francisco Unified School District on Thursday announced a partnership for assessing the COVID safety of the district's school facilities.
COVID-19 Update: State Releases Official Guidance On Halloween Celebrations, Strongly Discourages Trick-Or-TreatingCalifornia health officials on Tuesday released the state's official COVID-19 guidance for safely observing Halloween and Día de los Muertos celebrations later this month.
Nurses Launch 5-Day Strike At Alameda County Hospitals After 9 Months Of Labor Talks Fall ShortThousands of nurses walked off the job at Alameda County hospitals early Wednesday as nine months of failed labor negotiations have led to acrimony along the boisterous picket lines.
Thousands Of Alameda Co. Nurses To Strike Over Unfair Labor Practices, COVID Safety ConcernsAfter months of failed talks, thousands of nurses in Alameda County will walk off the job Wednesday morning, as part of a five-day strike filled with picketing, rallies and vigils.
CA Hotels Sue To Overturn Emergency COVID-19 Ordinance To Increase CleaningLeaders with the state's hotel industry on Monday announced they've filed a lawsuit in San Francisco Superior Court, seeking to overturn an emergency ordinance passed earlier this month that increases cleaning at the city's hotels and commercial offices.