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Caltrain Teetering On Financial Collapse As SF Supervisors Table Tax ProposalTransit agencies around the Bay Area have struggled during the pandemic. BART and Muni are both facing budget disasters as riders stay home. But now Caltrain may have jumped to the top of the endangered list, in part because of something very few people saw coming. (7/15/20)
Sonoma County Food Bank Provides For Those Who Can't Travel Because Of COVID QuarantineThirty years ago, Food for Thought was organized to help HIV patients. Now, that model is being used to feed COVID-19 patients. Don Ford reports. (7/15/20)
Firefighters Battling Scenic Fire In Contra Costa CountyFire crews have stopped all forward progress on the so-called Scenic Fire burning in Contra Costa County.
Twitter Accounts Of Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Others HackedTwitter accounts belonging to Joe Biden, Bill Gates, Elon Musk and Apple, among other prominent handles, were compromised on Wednesday and posted tweets that appeared to promote a cryptocurrency scam. (7/15/20)
State Approves Alameda County COVID-19 Variance; Outdoor Dining Can Resume ImmediatelyAlameda County officials announced Wednesday their request for COVID-19 variance by state health officials has been approved, allowing them to immediately allow al fresco dining at restaurants across the county.
Demand For Robot Cooks From Bay Area Firms Rising As Kitchens Combat COVID-19Robots produced by Bay Area companies that can cook - from flipping burgers to baking bread - are in growing demand as virus-wary kitchens try to put some distance between workers and customers. (7/14/20)
Wednesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect cool and breezy conditions along the coast on Wednesday, with highs in the low 60s. Inland areas remain warm, with highs in the 80s. Mary Lee has the forecast. (7/15/20)
Santa Clara County Salons, Gyms Forced To Close Hours After ReopeningWorkers at some Santa Clara County businesses such as salons and gyms face more uncertainty after the state ordered closures Wednesday due to rising COVID-19 cases. The businesses were just given the green light to open two days earlier. (7/15/20)
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Tesla Workers Raise Concerns After At Least 100 Test Positive For COVID-19Tesla workers are speaking out after more than 100 employees tested positive for coronavirus and more than 1000 were exposed. Andrea Nakano reports they feel "ignored" and "abandoned."
SJ Barbers Working Late After Learning Of New COVID-19 Shut Down At MidnightA San Jose barbershop was working late to get as many customers in as possible after learning salons, gyms and other businesses had to close at midnight. Maria Medina reports.
CDC Studies Show Encouraging Data On Use Of MasksThere's growing evidence that wearing masks really works, and that people are paying attention. Allen Martin reports. (7/14/20)
Louis' Restaurant, Beloved San Francisco Sea-View Diner, Closes Because Of PandemicLouis' Restaurant, a beloved San Francisco diner perched above the Sutro Baths at Lands End that has served pretty good food with stunning views of the wide Pacific for more than eight decades, announced it is closing permanently -- another victim of the coronavirus pandemic. (7/14/20)
Surge In COVID-19 Cases Forces State Officials To Narrow Criteria On Who Can Be TestedWith coronavirus cases rising fast, California overhauled its guidelines Tuesday for who can be tested, prioritizing people who are hospitalized with symptoms, those in close contact with infected people or when necessary to control a local outbreak. (7/14/20)
Off-Again, On-Again Reopening An Emotional Rollercoaster For Santa Clara Co. BusinessesAfter the euphoria of just reopening spas and gyms and other businesses, workers in Santa Clara County are feeling disappointed and confused. After getting news that they have to close again, Len Ramirez says it is a roller coaster of emotions.
Alameda County Restaurants Allowed To Have Outdoor Dining, For NowAlameda could be the latest county to roll back on its reopenings. Officials are waiting to hear back from the state on the latest health guidelines. Juliette Goodrich reports. (7/14/20)
Teachers Worried About COVID-19 As Parents Push To Send Kids Back To School PushTeachers, school officials grapple with health concern as some parents push to send kids back to school during the pandemic. John Ramos tell us the San Ramon Valley Unified School District is trying to come up with a compromise.
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Ornery Oakland Turkey's Foul Behavior Prompts Relocation EffortA community in Oakland is rallying behind an ornery turkey whose foul behavior is forcing the hand of wildlife officials. Don Ford reports. (7/14/20)
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenWarm inland, cool by the bay.
Comet Neowise Appears In Bay Area Skies.A newly-discovered comet will be visible over the Bay Area, just after sunset. It's called Comet NEOWISE, and was found on March 27 by astronomers using a giant space telescope of the same name.
Alameda Store Clerk Facing Murder Charges In Fatal Shooting Of Man Over Pack Of CigarettesA convenience store clerk was charged with murder after he shot and killed a man he suspected of trying to steal a pack of cigarettes. Devin Fehely reports. (7/14/20)
San Jose State University To Operate Hammer Theatre For 35 YearsCBSN Bay Area talks to Chris Burrill, Executive Director of the Hammer Theatre, and Brenda Gutierrez, a San Jose State graduate, about the new deal and what this means.
Demand For Robot Cooks From Bay Area Firms Rising As Kitchens Combat COVID-19Robots produced by Bay Area companies that can cook - from flipping burgers to baking bread - are in growing demand as virus-wary kitchens try to put some distance between workers and customers. Katie Johnston reports.

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