Guerneville Residents Wary as Tourist Influx Tests Social-Distancing DemandsFor business owners in downtown Guerneville, this weekend should be the kickoff to the summer tourist season. This year, that's something a lot of locals are not interested in.
Hundreds Rally Outside State Capitol to Protest Stay-at-Home OrderHundreds of protesters rallied outside the state Capitol on Saturday to demand that Gov. Gavin Newsom lift his restrictions on business, religious gatherings and other activities.
North Coast Officials Pull Back Reopening After Seeing Spike in Coronavirus CasesHumboldt County officials are taking a more cautious approach to reopening, in what may be a harbinger of the “toggle switch" local officials are likely to negotiate as they emerge from the state lockdown.
Modoc County In Far Northern California 1st In State To Ease Stay-At-Home OrderModoc County in California's northeast corner plans to allow the reopening of its hair salons, churches, restaurants and the county’s only movie theater Friday, becoming the first county in the state to ease out of stay-at-home orders.
Coronavirus Update: Vacaville Hair Stylist Reopens Salon In Defiance Of Health OrderA Solano County hair salon owner says she is re-opening her business in defiance of the stay-at-home order and striking a blow for small businesses shut down by the COVID-19 outbreak.
SLIDESHOW: Officials Outline Steps To Ending Coronavirus Shelter OrderOn Tuesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom and CDPH Director Dr. Sonia Angell outlined the steps that will allow businesses and schools to reopen on California's road to eventually ending the coronavirus shelter order.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Police Issue 17 Citations For Health Order Violations, Warn 78 OthersPolice officers in San Francisco have issued 17 citations to both individuals and businesses and issued warnings to 78 others for violating health orders related to the coronavirus pandemic, police Chief Bill Scott said Monday.
Norcal Rural Counties Press Newsom To Reopen As Bay Area Extends Stay At Home Order Through MayOfficials from six rural counties and 14 small cities in Northern California have asked Gov. Gavin Newsom to let them reopen their economies.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Newsom Chastises Shelter Scofflaws; 'Virus Doesn't Take The Weekend Off'Governor Gavin Newsom on Monday criticized people who ignored the ongoing coronavirus shelter order over the weekend and packed beaches in Southern California, saying "the virus doesn't take the weekend off."
Caltrans Makes Progress On New US Highway 101 Bridge Deck Project In San FranciscoCaltrans crews made good use of the empty roads and reduced traffic due to the coronavirus shelter order over the weekend, making good progress on the new US 101 bridge deck in San Francisco.
Caltrans Begins Ambitious Project To Replace US Highway 101 Bridge Deck At Alemany Circle In San FranciscoCaltrans crews on Friday took advantage of the reduced traffic during the lockdown, starting work on a major project that's closing US Highway 101 near the 280 split.
Coronavirus Update: San Rafael Small Business Owners Struggle During Shelter OrderNearly six weeks after the Bay Area's shelter-in-place rules went into effect, North Bay small business owners say the hardships they're facing are impossible to ignore.
Coronavirus Update: Small Businesses Owners Frustrated With California's Lack Of Reopening DateAs Governor Newsom continued to warn about the dangers reopening the state too soon, Bay Area business owners on Wednesday were left in limbo about when the shelter order might end.
Gov. Newsom: Return To Normalcy After Pandemic Unlikely Any Time SoonCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom said it was "unrealistic" to think life as we knew it before the coronavirus pandemic would be back to normal anytime soon during an interview on "CBS This Morning" Tuesday.
Gov. Newsom To 'Open California' Protesters: 'Practice Physical Distancing'As a group of protesters descended on the California State Capitol Monday to protest the ongoing stay-at-home order, Gov. Gavin Newsom urged people to continue social distancing.