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Undocumented Workers Face Bleak Choices As Stimulus Payments Pass Them BySome of the most vulnerable members of the Bay Area workforce aren't able to shelter in place. They're out looking for work with few prospects during the coronavirus pandemic. Da Lin reports on the plight of undocumented immigrant day laborers. (4-2-20)
Coronavirus Closure Leaves Yosemite National Park a Ghostly LandscapeIt's Yosemite as you've never seen it -- beautiful and almost completely deserted. Wilson Walker reports. (4-2-20)
San Jose Launches Online Map Tracking Silicon Valley Food Aid ResourcesThe city of San Jose has launched a new online map compiling more than 400 locations where food is distributed to needy families in Santa Clara County enduring hardships during the coronavirus pandemic. Kiet Do reports. (4-2-20)
Seton Medical Center Nurses Plead for More PPENurses at Seton Medical Center in Daly City say they are critically low on personal protective equipment (PPE). Andria Borba reports. (4-2-20)
Small Berkeley Business Retools Operations to Build PPEBetter Together: Don Ford visits a small, family-run business that developed a simple way to make much-needed face shields for health care workers. (4-2-20)
New Study Shows COVID-19 Can Be Spread By Just Speaking Or BreathingAllen Martin reports on study that indicates coronavirus may be more easily spread than initially thought -(-)
Zoom Steps Up Privacy After Hackers Invade Video ConferencesAs people isolate at home, video conferencing has become the new normal. San Jose-based Zoom says its number of users has ballooned dramatically, but hackers have also discovered the application. CBS News' Anna Werner reports. (4-2-2020)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastThursday night by the bay: clear and breezy. Lows in the mid 40s to lower 50s. Northwest winds: 20 to 30 mph, decreasing to 10 to 20 mph after midnight. Friday: sunny and breezy. Highs in the mid 50s to lower 60s.(4-2-20)
Contra Costa County to Convert Craneway Pavilion to Field Hospital for COVID-19 PatientsAs part of local emergency preparations, Contra Costa County officials are working with federal and state partners to convert the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond into a 250-bed medical station for COVID-19 patients. Wilson Walker reports. (4-2-20)
California Expands Financial Support for Small BusinessesGov. Newsom announced further support for small businesses and employees impacted by COVID-19 Thursday, including a "one year reprieve" on sales tax for business owners and a new job-searching website. Len Ramirez reports. (4-2-20)
Raw Video: San Francisco Supervisors Demand City Place Homeless In Hotels Following Positive COVID-19 Case At ShelterA group of San Francisco supervisors announced they would demand the city use the thousands of available hotel rooms to house homeless people after a homeless person tested positive for the novel coronavirus. (4/2/20)
Raw Video: Gov. Gavin Newsom Announces Help For Small Businesses During Coronavirus PandemicCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a new state program that will offer grants to small businesses and workers struggling to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. (4/3/20)
Raw Video: Santa Clara County Officials Update Coronavirus ResponseSanta Clara County officials laid out plans to increase the number of hospital beds and personal protection equipment (PPE) available in the county to prepare for the surging number of coronavirus patients. (4/2/20)
Thursday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter a clear and chilly start, expect mild temperatures in the Bay Area on Thursday, with highs in the 50s and 60s. Rain returns this weekend, with conditions remaining unsettled through early next week. Mary Lee has the forecast. (4/2/20)
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5-Year-Old Girl Hospitalized After Coyote Attack At Dublin Hills Regional ParkA coyote bit a five-year-old girl at Dublin Hills Regional Park Wednesday afternoon, sending her to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, East Bay Regional Park District officials said. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-1-2020)
Coronavirus Pandemic Disrupts Graduations For Thousands Of College, High School SeniorsStanford student Jenna Garden is the first in her family to attend college, but because of COVID-19 she won't be celebrating years of hard work with her family, friends and teachers on graduation day in June. Maria Medina reports. (4-1-2020)
Desperate For Protective Equipment, Seton Medical Center Nurses Plan Thursday ProtestNurses at Seton Medical Center in Daly City are planning a protest at noon Thursday because they say they are critically low on personal protective equipment (PPE). Joe Vazquez reports. (4-1-2020)
Mill Valley Hair Stylists Help Stuck-At-Home Clients With DIY Coloring KitsThe shelter-in-place order shut down barbers and hair salons, which means before long, people will begin looking a little different. So, some stylists are helping their clients who want to become do-it-yourselfers. John Ramos reports. (4-1-2020)
Should You Wear A Mask Or Not If You Are Out In Public?The CDC and the state of California are reviewing whether anyone out in public should wear a mask during the coronavirus pandemic. (4/1/20)
Bay Area Construction Sites Shut Down After Strict Coronavirus Shelter-In-Place Order Goes Into EffectBay Area construction workers are off their jobs because of a strict new shelter-in-place order that closed most construction sites. Len Ramirez reports. (4/1/20)

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