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Project Home: San Francisco Passes 'Long Overdue' Ordinance Requiring Landlords To Report VacanciesSan Francisco supervisors unanimously approved a measure that will help the city track how many apartment units are sitting empty. Susie Steimle reports. (12/2/20)
COVID: Bay Area Charities Say Donations Down Drastically As Need RisesSome Bay Area charities and nonprofits report donations are down drastically due to the pandemic at a time when the demand has become dramatic. Joe Vazquez reports. (12/2/20)
COVID: CDC Extends Travel Warning Through Christmas As Cases Surge NationwideWith COVID-19 cases surging across the nation, the Centers for Disease Control urged people not to travel through the Christmas holiday. Andrea Nakano reports from Alameda. (12/2/20)
VIDEO: Car Slams Into Home In Foothill FarmsSurveillance cameras captured the moment a car slammed into a home in Foothill Farms, throwing the homeowner out of his bed.
COVID Travel: Anticipating Surge CDC Extends Travel Warning For HolidaysAnticipating a major surge in COVID-19 cases due to Thanksgiving travel, the Centers for Disease Control is sounding the alarm. Wilson Walker tells us they are urging people not to travel for the foreseeable future.
COVID: CA Lawmakers Make A Case To Get Bay Area Children Back To SchoolCalifornia lawmakers were urging San Francisco and San Mateo school districts to get children back in the classroom. Andria Borba shows us how they are making their case.
California Transportation Commission Approves $40.1 Million For Marin-Sonoma Narrows ProjectDon Ford reports on how funding for Marin-Sonoma Narrows Project will ease traffic along one of the worst bottlenecks in the Bay Area (12-2-2020)
COVID: Mayor London Breed's Dinner At French Laundry Prompts Calls For AccountabilitySan Francisco residents and business owners are demanding accountability from Mayor London Breed after it was revealed that she at The French Laundry for a birthday party as the city looks at new restrictions to curb growing COVID-19 cases. Kenny Choi reports. (12/2/20)
Sikh Farmers' Protests In India Prompt Rally At San Francisco ConsulateIn a protest movement that has spread halfway around the world, local Sikhs protested at the Indian Consulate in San Francisco over new laws that would open the government-controlled agriculture market to the private sector. John Ramos reports. (12/2/20)
Wednesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect continued dry conditions in the Bay Area, as wet weather remains well north of the region. Overnight temperatures will be in the upper 30s to low 40s, with highs in the 60s. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (12/2/20)
Jefferson Award: Longtime San Francisco Businessman Gives Back To The CommunitySuccessful businessman Arthur Chan provides financial help for a number of charitable causes, making him this week's Jefferson Award Winner. Sharon Chin reports (12-2-2020)
FOOD FOR BAY AREA FAMILIES: SK HynixSharon Chin reports on SK Hynix donating $200,000 to Second Harvest of Silicon Valley (12-2-2020)
COVID: Pleasanton Fairgrounds Testing Site Runs Out Of Tests Amid SurgeAs COVID-19 cases surge in Alameda County, demand for tests Wednesday was so high at the Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, they ran out by mid-morning. Juliette Goodrich reports. (12/2/20)
Santa Clara County Officials Outline COVID Vaccination Plan, Warn Of ICU Bed ShortageKiet Do reports on Santa Clara County health officials giving details on how COVID-19 vaccine will be distributed (12-2-2020)
49ers Give Back To Fight Digital Divide Amid COVID-19The 49ers Foundation is giving back with its annual Holiday Sports Auction. The event raises money for Bay Area youth in-need and this year it’s centered around tackling the digital divide. CBSN Bay Area spoke to the executive director, Justin Prettyman, who shared why this year is especially important to give back.
Trump Continues to Fight 2020 Election Results, Despite DOJ Not Finding Systemic FraudPresident Donald Trump fights the election results and proposes 2024 run as rest of government tries to move on. Skylar Henry reports. (12-2-2020)
FOOD FOR BAY AREA FAMILIES: Redwood Empire Food BankRedwood Empire Food Bank in Sonoma County received over $46,000 from American Ag Credit to provide meals to North Bay families. Emily Turner reports. (12-2-2020)
Trump Continues to Fight 2020 Election Results, Despite DOJ Not Finding Systemic FraudPresident Donald Trump fights the election results and proposes 2024 run as rest of government tries to move on. Skylar Henry reports. (12-2-2020)
49ers COVID ROAD TRIP: San Francisco 49ers relocate to Arizona in wake of temporary ban on contact sports in Santa Clara CountySan Francisco 49ers relocate to Arizona in wake of temporary ban on contact sports in Santa Clara County
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Warriors Training Camp Postponed After 2 Players Test Positive For COVID-19The Warriors training camps had to be pushed back Tuesday after positive COVID-19 tests benched two players.
With Vacancy Rates High Bay Area Rent Prices PlummetingRent prices across the Bay Area are plummeting. They are down nearly 24 percent in one city. Betty Yu shows us what we can get for our money now.
San Jose Realtor Starts Fund To Help Businesses Pay COVID FinesA San Jose business owner has launched a COVID fine fund to help other establishments stay afloat in San Mateo County where nearly 200 were cited for safety rule violations over the holiday weekend.

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