COVID: World AIDS Day 40th Anniversary Marked As COVID Pandemic Recalls Darkest DaysSeveral prominent civic leaders and activists, many from the Bay Area, honored the hundreds of thousands of Americans who’ve lost their lives to both AIDS and COVID-19 during this year’s World AIDS Day on Tuesday. This year’s event marks 40 years since the first cases of AIDS were reported in the U.S. and also coincides with a new major virus - COVID-19.
KPIX 5 Catches Up With Rita Rockett On World AIDS DayOn World AIDS Day over the weekend, KPIX 5 caught up with Rita Rockett. She was a pioneering help and joyous presence at SF General Hospital's AIDS Ward in the 1980's.
Former President Clinton Gives Keynote At San Francisco World AIDS Day EventFormer President Bill Clinton was the keynote speaker Friday at a World AIDS Day event at San Francisco's AIDS Memorial Grove.
Springsteen, Chris Martin & More Fill In With U2 At World AIDS Day ConcertBruce Springsteen and Coldplay’s Chris Martin took the place of Bono at a concert Monday night in Times Square.
Events Throughout Bay Area On World AIDS Day Vigils, ceremonies, and free screening clinics were planned throughout the Bay Area on Saturday to mark World AIDS Day.
Singer Martha Wash Receives Honored For HIV/AIDS FundraisingMartha Wash was a guest on CBS 5's Bay Sunday to talk about her Lifetime Achievement Award and her many fundraising efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
National AIDS Memorial Grove Restoration Begins In San Francisco's Golden Gate ParkThe hope is that water will be flowing at the waterfall at the Grove by World AIDS Day on December 1.
KCBS Cover Story: Growing Old With AIDSPeople who contracted HIV when the epidemic began almost 30 years ago never imagined using the words "AIDS" and "old age" in the same sentence.
San Francisco Marks 30 Years Of AIDS EpidemicSan Francisco, considered by many to be ground zero in the fight against HIV and AIDS, prepared to mark 30 years in the fight against the epidemic Wednesday, World AIDS Day.