John Ramos reports on San Jose City Council members calling for three-month rent suspension due to COVID-19 impacts (4-6-2020)

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Two San Jose City Leaders Push For Coronavirus Rent FreezeJohn Ramos reports on San Jose City Council members calling for three-month rent suspension due to COVID-19 impacts (4-6-2020)
California EDD Struggles To Keep Up With Staggering Surge In Unemployment ClaimsCalifornia's Employment Development Department says it’s doing the best it can with a historic surge in unemployment claims, but some people are running out of patience. (4-6-2020)
Health Experts Say Coronavirus Crisis Will Soon Hit ApexNatalie Brand reports on new report from HHS indicating hospitals could face critical shortages during COVID-19 surge (4-6-2020)
Monday Evening Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenA dramatic warming trend will kick in later on in the week, with temps reaching the 70s after a weekend storm. (4-6-2020)
Better Together: Pacifica Distillery Makes Small Batch SanitizerMichelle Griego reports on how a Pacifica distillery has shifted from making signature vodka, rum and gin to manufacturing sanitizer (4-6-2020)
Gov. Gavin Newsom Monday News Briefing On State's Coronavirus ResponseCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom addressed reporters Monday to update the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic. (4/6/20)
Honoring Medical Workers on the FrontlinesNurses Nanami Takeuchi and Chelsea Seradilla Benigno from San Jose's Santa Clara Valley Medical Center performed "The Prayer" before their shift. The performance wasn't played for an audience, but to honor all medical professionals on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. Video: Facebook: Nanami Takeuchi
Medical Monday: COVID-19 Clinical TrialsCBSN Bay Area anchor Michelle Griego talks with Dr. Kari Nadeau, an immunologist with Stanford Healthcare to talk about a clinical trial to potentially treat coronavirus.
Maz Jobrani On Comedy Career, UC Berkley, Growing Up In TiburonThe comedian talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about growing up in the Bay Area and his time at UC Berkley. Plus, Jobrani shares a story about doing the commencement speech at UC Berkley in 2017.
Monday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter a wet weekend, expect scattered showers on Monday, with isolated thunderstorms possible. Skies will be partly cloudy on Tuesday, with dry conditions and mild temperatures on Wednesday. Mary Lee has the forecast. (4/6/20)
I DO ON ZOOM: San Francisco couple shares their wedding vows with relatives via ZoomSan Francisco couple shares their wedding vows with relatives via Zoom
Oakland Announces Coronavirus Testing Site For Essential WorkersThe City of Oakland has announced a coronavirus testing site for certain workers such as those in health care, grocery store employees and homeless outreach workers. (4/6/20)
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Fire Displaces 2 In Oakland NeighborhoodAt least two people were displaced following a house fire in Oakland Sunday night. (4/6/20)
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Bay Area Zoos Take Precautions After Tiger At Bronx Zoo Tests Positive For CoronavirusBay Area zoos are taking precautions after a tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York tested positive for coronavirus on Sunday. Betty Yu reports. (4-5-2020)
South San Francisco Man Aboard Coral Princess Dies Of CoronavirusA 71-year-old South San Francisco man died late Saturday night at a Hialeah, Florida, hospital after falling ill with the coronavirus while on a cruise aboard the Coral Princess. Joe Vazquez reports. (4-5-2020)
Sunday Evening Weather Forecast With Darren PeckA rainy Sunday is followed by a cool and cloudy Monday, but things will clear up and warm up throughout the week. (4-5-2020)
California's Aggressive Orders May Spare Healthcare System During Peak, Public Health Expert SaysTaryn Vian, public health professor at USF, says California's early and aggressive shelter-in-place orders may help spare the state's healthcare system from running out of hospital beds during the projected peak of the coronavirus. Devin Fehely reports. (4-5-2020)
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Better Together: Congregations Adapt To Holy Week, Passover During Coronavirus PandemicThe week before Easter is considered one of the holiest times by a number of faiths, but this year it is occurring under the unprecedented threat of the coronavirus pandemic. John Ramos reports. (4-5-2020)
Walmart, Target Implement New Social Distancing Guidelines In Lines, In StoreGrocery stores have implemented changes to deal with long lines and social distancing guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic. But as the guidelines continue to change, large retailers like Target and Walmart are also beginning to implement new rules. Kenny Choi reports. (4-5-2020)

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