Some Napa County Restaurants Welcome Dine-In CustomersWilson Walker reports on the varied responses of restaurant owners as Napa County enters the extended Stage 2 reopening allowing for dine-in service (5-20-2020)
Officer-Involved Shooting Reported In Hayward Residential NeighborhoodAn officer-involved shooting was reported in Hayward Wednesday afternoon near the intersection of Kelly and Wildwood streets just east of B Street. Maria Medina reports. (5/20/20)
Raw Video: Fire Burns Vacant Strip Mall In San Jose Willow GlenA two-alarm fire was burning at a vacant strip mall in the Willow Glen area of San Jose Wednesday afternoon. (5/20/20)
Raw Video: Santa Clara County Announces Free COVID-19 Testing In San Jose Regardless Of SymptomsThe city of San Jose and Santa Clara County on Wednesday were set to announce free COVID-19 testing for all residents regardless of symptoms at two different sites. (5/20/20)
Few Napa Restaurants Ready For Immediate Dine-In OpeningKiet Do reports on the handful of Napa restaurants prepared for dine-in customers as part of Stage 2 expanded reopening (5-20-2020)
Santa Clara County To Offer Free COVID-19 Regardless Of Symptoms At 2 San Jose SitesAnne Makovec reports on Santa Clara County opening two new free coronavirus testing sites (5-20-2020)
The Future of Fitness Amid the CoronavirusCBSN Bay Area's Maria Medina talks to Troy Macfarland, Director of Marketing for Fitness SF, talks about the changes you'll be seeing at local gyms once they're allowed to reopen.
Art Pieces for Sale at San Francisco's de Young MuseumTimothy Burgard, the lead curator for San Francisco's de Young Museum, talks to CBSN Bay Area about how artists around the Bay Area can have their pieces on display and on sale at the museum.
Wednesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect mostly sunny skies and mild temperatures on Wednesday, with highs in the 60s and 70s. Temperatures will begin to warm up significantly heading into Memorial Day weekend, with inland highs in the 90s by early next week. Mary Lee has the forecast. (5/20/20)
Napa County Restaurants Allowed To Offer In-Person Dining In Reopening PlanAs of Wednesday, restaurants in Napa County are allowed to offer in-person dining once again after its reopening plan was approved by the state. Kiet Do reports. (5/20/20)
Better Together: San Jose high school students help their neighborsSan Jose high school students help their neighbors
A'S RENT REFUSAL: Oakland A's refuse to pay rent at Oakland Coliseum because of coronavirus work stoppageOakland A's refuse to pay rent at Oakland Coliseum because of coronavirus work stoppage
SCHOOL DILEMMA: Bay Area schools face planning on how to handle COVID-19 while also facing budget cutsBay Area schools face planning on how to handle COVID-19 while also facing budget cuts
TESLA SUITOR: North Carolina attempts to lure Tesla away from Bay AreaNorth Carolina attempts to lure Tesla away from Bay Area
SAN JOSE FIRE: Two-alarm fire erupts at San Jose auto salvage yardTwo-alarm fire erupts at San Jose auto salvage yard
International Travel Not An Option For Many SFO Travelers Due To COVID-19San Francisco International Airport has seen a dramatic drop in air travel due to the coronavirus. Andria Borba reports that a few airlines are just weeks away from resuming flights to Europe.
Bay Area Churches Making Major Changes To Keep Worshipers Safe From COVID-19Churches across the Bay Area are making changes to keep people safe once they are allowed to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic. John Ramos shows us what services will look like.
Some Santa Rosa Homeless Skeptical Of New City-Run Camp SiteDon Ford reports on some homeless in Santa Rosa being reluctant to move into the new city-run camp, despite dangers of coronavirus (5-19-2020)
Economic Situation Remains Dire As Some Contra Costa Shops ReopenWilson Walker reports on business owners worried about grim prospects even as Contra Costa County reopens (5-19-2020)
Tuesday Evening Forecast with Paul Heggen(5/19/20)
BART Service On Long-Anticipated Berryessa Extension Begins June 13; Federal Funds To Provide Transit ReliefYears of frustrating delays came to an end Tuesday as transit officials announced that BART commuter trains will begin service on June 13 along the long-anticipated 10-mile extension into Santa Clara County. The announcement comes just as the transit agency struggles with an unprecedented drop in ridership and revenue during the coronavirus outbreak, along with word the agency and other transit agencies would be getting an infusion of federal funding. Devin Fehely reports. (5/19/20)