Suspect Arrested Following Moraga-Orinda Police Chase, Shelter-In-Place AlertA shelter in place alert for residents living near Altamount Drive and La Cresta Road in Orinda was lifted after about 20 minutes Monday afternoon, following the arrest of a suspect who fled into the neighborhood.
UPDATE: No Curfew Enacted After San Leandro Police Receive Threat Of Possible Looting At Bayfair MallOfficials in San Leandro decided against enacting a curfew late Wednesday night, after receiving what they described as "credible threats of criminal activity" targeting a local shopping center.
UPDATE: Alameda Gas Leak Capped; Evacuations, Shelter-In-Place LiftedA gas leak has closed a major intersection in Alameda and prompted evacuations in the area Thursday morning, authorities said.
UPDATE: Shelter-In-Place Near Los Gatos Elementary School LiftedA shelter-in-place order for a Los Gatos neighborhood near an elementary school issued by the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office Thursday morning has been lifted by authorities.
COVID: Small Crowds In San Jose Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 1 Year After Shelter-In-Place – ‘A Glimmer Of Hope’Nearly a year to the day the Bay Area was ordered to shut down and stay home at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, hundreds gathered to celebrate St. Patrick's Day Wednesday.
Chemical Found in North Fair Oaks Not Hazardous; Shelter-in-Place LiftedThe San Mateo County Sheriff's Office on Friday afternoon announced that a chemical found near a school in North Fair Oaks has been determined to be non-hazardous.
COVID: CA Allows Camping To Resume On State-Owned LandsThe California Department of Fish and Wildlife allowed camping to resume Monday on state-operated lands and wildlife areas and federal wildlife refuges.
COVID Reopening: California Reveals Data Used To Lift Stay-At-Home OrderCalifornia’s health department on Monday released to the public previously secret projections for future hospital intensive care unit capacity throughout the state, the key metric for lifting the coronavirus stay-at-home order.
COVID Reopening: Risk Of Setting Off Another Surge Has Business Owners, Nurses ConcernedWith the stay-at-home order rescinded, some are wondering if it is too soon and whether a slide back into rising COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations is inevitable.
COVID Restrictions: Danville Restaurant Continues To Defy Health Orders, Faces $1,000 Daily FinesA defiant restaurant owner in Danville is still keeping outdoor dining open, weeks after the county entered its stay-at-home order and despite ever-growing fines.
COVID Surge: Santa Cruz Health Officer Says County's Stay-At-Home Order Likely To Last 'Well Into January'Santa Cruz County is likely to remain under a coronavirus-related stay-at-home order "well into January," the county's health officer said Thursday.
COVID Stay-At-Home: Solano Health Officer Worries Order Won't Slow Spread; Some 'Aren't Going To Be Persuaded'As all Bay Area counties are set to enter a stay-at-home order due to as ICU capacity dropping below 15%, local health officer worries the latest order will not stop the surge in COVID-19 cases.
COVID Surge: Sonoma County To Join Stay-At-Home Order On Saturday - 'We Have To Take Action Now'Sonoma County officials announced Thursday that it would join other Bay Area counties in implementing a stay-at-home order due to the surge in COVID-19 cases, effective Saturday.
Police Action In San Francisco SoMa Prompts Shelter-In-PlacePeople in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood were asked to shelter-in-place as a police action was unfolding Wednesday afternoon.
COVID Pandemic: San Mateo Health Officer Explains Why He's Not Joining Local Stay-At-Home OrdersAs new stay-at-home orders went into effect in several Bay Area counties, San Mateo County's health officer explained why it is following the state's guidelines instead.