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.
Tesla Workers Speak Out After Industry Blog Reports Dozens Of Workers Tested Positive For COVID-19Workers at Tesla are speaking out after an industry blog reported that more than a hundred employees have tested positive for coronavirus and more than a thousand have been exposed.
Berkeley Moves Toward Unarmed, Civilian Traffic EnforcementBerkeley could become the first city in the country where unarmed transportation workers will conduct traffic stops. The city leaders will vote next week whether or not to take traffic enforcement responsibilities out of the hands of police officers.
Officials Push To Improve Image Of San Jose's Guadalupe River ParkGuadalupe River Park in downtown San Jose was once considered a showplace of the city's park system, but it has deteriorated to become a place most residents avoid.
'Expectations Of Safety' Are Greatest Obstacles In Economy's Road To Recovery, Prof SaysWith so much uncertainty in the world, economic recovery will be a long, slow process.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Climb As Restaurants Reopen To Outdoor Diners In SouthbaySanta Clara County officials are keeping an eye on a rising key indicator in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 Safety Measures Are Essential Business When The AC Breaks During A PandemicFor the second day in a row, the heat is still on. A Pleasanton homeowner's air conditioning unit is all turned off, and that’s quite a predicament during this pandemic.
United Rolls Out Changes After Photos Of Packed SF-Bound Flight During COVID-19 Pandemic Go ViralA doctor returning from New York to San Francisco on a United Airlines flight, posted pictures of his packed plane, raising serious concerns about air travel safety during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Has Food Banks Using Drive-Thrus, New Assembly Lines To Prevent Cross-ContaminationThe COVID-19 pandemic is forcing many companies to rethink the way they operate to prevent cross-contamination, including local food banks. Some believe they will actually be stronger because of it.