Crews Search For Dead Body In San Tomas Aquino Creek In Santa ClaraA body was reported floating in a creek in Santa Clara over the weekend but crews have not been able to retrieve it, according to police.
Coronavirus Roundup: Local Zoos On Alert; Cruise Ship Outbreak Claims Local Victim; SF Muni Service CutsThe tsunami of news about the current coronavirus outbreak and now the shelter-in-place can be overwhelming. To help you navigate through what you need to know -- 5 News/CBSN Bay Area -- will be publishing a news roundup each morning of the top coronavirus-related stories from the last 24 hours so you can start your day with the latest updated developments.
Santa Clara Health Officer: We Are 'Seeing A Little Bit Of Slowing' Of New Coronavirus CasesAmid the worst outbreak of the coronavirus in the San Francisco Bay Area, Santa Clara County Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody on Tuesday offered some words of hope to local residents.
Coronavirus Update: Cal, Stanford, USF Spring Athletes Awarded Extra Year Of Eligibility By NCAASpring athletes at San Francisco Bay Area colleges and universities have been awarded an extra year of eligibility by the NCAA after their seasons were wiped out by the current coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Santa Clara Coronavirus Outbreak Proving Particularly Deadly For Elderly MenIn the hardest hit San Francisco Bay Area county by the coronavirus -- Santa Clara -- 75 percentage of the 28 fatalities local from the virus have been among elderly men -- a staggering number.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Health Officials Announce 5 New Coronavirus Deaths In Santa Clara County There have been five new deaths and 17 additional positive tests among coronavirus victims in Santa Clara County in the last 24 hours, officials announced Saturday.
National Guard Preps Santa Clara Convention Center As COVID-19 Treatment CenterWith help from the National Guard Reserves, the Santa Clara Convention Center is being transformed into a make-shift hospital for an expected surge in COVID-19 patients.
Coronavirus Update: VTA Santa Clara Valley Service Grinds To Halt After Trainee Tests PositiveAll Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light rail train service was halted indefinitely early Thursday after a light rail operator trainee tested posted for the coronavirus, officials said.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara County Launches Relief Fund For Low-Income ResidentsSanta Clara County officials unveiled an emergency fund Monday designed to help low income residents and families pay for rent and other basic needs during the growing coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Health Officials Setting Up MASH-Type Unit Inside Santa Clara Convention CenterHealth officials were preparing to set up a MASH-style unit inside Santa Clara Convention Center with equipment sent by the federal government to be in place for an anticipated surge of patients suffering from the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Sonoma County Reports Its First Coronavirus DeathHealth officials have announced Sonoma County's first death from the coronavirus, the 11th fatality from COVID-19 in the San Francisco Bay Area since the outbreak began and the fourth death reported in the region on Friday.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Bay Area Suffers Through Deadliest Day Of Coronavirus OutbreakThe San Francisco Bay Area suffered through the deadliest day so far of the coronavirus outbreak Friday with four new deaths reported -- two in Santa Clara County and the first in both Contra Costa and Sonoma counties.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara University Law Student Tests Positive For Coronavirus Santa Clara University, which moved all classes online on March 12, announced Saturday that a law student has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Sunnyvale Firm Receives FDA Emergency Approval For Rapid COVID-19 TestA rapid test to detect the coronavirus, developed by Cepheid -- a Sunnyvale company, has been given “emergency use authorization” by Food and Drug Administration, officials said Saturday.
Google Launches Coronavirus Test Screening Website In Bay AreaVerily, a subsidiary of Alphabet and sister company to Google, quickly launched its much anticipated coronavirus testing website for residents in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties late Sunday night.