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.
Save Mart, FoodMaxx, Luckys Add Plastic Shields At Registers For Safety During Coronavirus PandemicGrocery shoppers may notice some remarkable changes at the checkout counter. In an effort to ramp up safety and prevent the spread of the coronavirus, some supermarkets are installing plastic shields at their registers.
Coronavirus Update: CA Lawmaker Asks Trump Administration To Fix Alleged Health, Safety Hazards At Travis AFBCongressman John Garamendi sent a letter to President Trump, the Centers for Disease Control and others, detailing unsafe conditions at Travis AFB and demanding immediate action.
Bay Area First Responders Practice Safety Protocols To Guard Against CoronavirusWhen first responders arrive at a scene, they may focus on the well being of the injured, but they are also concerned about their own health and safety. With the spread of the coronavirus, there are new protocols in place to help.
Bill Introduced To Expand Government Enforcement Powers Over UtilitiesA group of state legislators and Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley announced the introduction of a bill Tuesday that would give the state attorney general and local district attorneys the power to reprimand utility companies for failure to comply with safety regulations.
Unarmed, Uniformed New BART Ambassadors Aim To Keep Riders SafeOn Monday, BART riders got to meet representatives with the transit agency's new "ambassador" program that is aimed at improving security.
UPS Drivers Worried About Safety After Rash Of Armed RobberiesUPS drivers are concerned about their safety after a series of three armed robberies of UPS trucks in San Jose during the past week.