In just a matter of days, nearly all Californians will be eligible to get the COVID vaccine but getting an appointment may not be easy as the state expects a shortage in supply beginning next week. Maria Medina reports. (4-9-21)

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Despite Short-Term Drop in Vaccine Supply, State Officials Predict Full Reopening by SummerIn just a matter of days, nearly all Californians will be eligible to get the COVID vaccine but getting an appointment may not be easy as the state expects a shortage in supply beginning next week. Maria Medina reports. (4-9-21)
San Francisco Nightlife Rebounds as Pandemic Restrictions EaseWith rebounding traffic, diners eating indoors and movies projected on the silver screen at Fort Mason, Friday nights in the city feel a lot different from what they were a year ago. Andria Borba reports. (4-9-21)
San Jose Leaders Mull Making Pandemic Street Closure PermanentThe San Jose city council is studying an idea to create a new pedestrian mall on San Pedro Street between Santa Clara Street and W St. John Street. Len Ramirez reports. (4-9-21)
California's Rebounding Economy Threatened by Worker ShortageCalifornia's economy is picking up steam but a new jobs report shows that much of the state's economy is still sputtering. Len Ramirez reports. (4-8-21)
San Francisco Chinatown Faces Long Road to RecoveryReeling from the impact of a pandemic and the recent rise in Asian-targeted violence, San Francisco's Chinatown is facing a long, difficult path back to prosperity. Devin Fehely reports. (4-4-21)
Sonoma Seniors Celebrate Full Vaccination With a Day on the PlazaOn this Friday business was picking up in Sonoma but it wasn't the usual crowd sipping wines and dining out. Seniors are living it up after many have spent the past year cooped up in their homes. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-26-21)
Oakland Launches Campaign to Support Local Asian-Owned BusinessesLeaders in Oakland are working to support the city's Chinatown. They kicked off the "Support AAPI Businesses" campaign Friday. Da Lin reports. (3-26-21)
Napa Wine Country Set to Reopen for Indoor DiningNapa is on track to move into the orange tier next week and that means wineries can reopen indoors. Wilson Walker reports. (3-26-21)
Restaurant Regulars Welcome Return of Indoor Dining in ConcordContra Costa and Sonoma counties moved into the red tier on Sunday, permitting restaurants to reopen for limited indoor dining. Just because businesses could open their doors doesn’t mean they did. John Ramos reports. (3-14-21)
Return of Indoor Dining Draws Crowds to Pleasanton RestaurantsAlameda County eased restrictions and, on Friday night, diners got to eat inside restaurants in Pleasanton for the first time in months. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-12-21)
Alameda County Business Owners Eager for Red Tier ReopeningsAlameda and Solano counties could get the green light to move into the red tier within days and, as Da Lin reports, business owners say they'll be ready. (3-7-21)
Indoor Restaurant Dining Resumes, Movie Theaters Reopen in SF and Santa Clara CountiesFriday marked the restart of limited indoor dining and reopening of movie theaters in Santa Clara and San Francisco counties. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-5-21)
San Francisco Bayview Restaurateur Provides Community SupportSharon Chin reports on how a successful San Francisco restaurant owner is paying it forward in the Bay View District (3-3-2021)
San Francisco Merchants Lament Recent Spike in BurglariesA crime wave is sweeping through San Francisco and many business owners are frustrated. They’ve struggled through the pandemic and now thieves are robbing them blind. Andrea Nakano reports (2-26-21)
Santa Clara County Relaxes Outdoor Gathering RulesSanta Clara County announced some major changes to COVID restrictions on Thursday night and said the county could be back in the Red Tier by the middle of next week. Katie Nielsen reports. (2-25-21)
Some Marin County Businesses Resume or Expand Indoor OperationsEmily Turner reports on the return to the red tier allowing some businesses in the North Bay to resume indoor activities (2-24-2021)
Businesses To Expand Operations After San Mateo County Moves into Red TierWilson Walker reports on San Mateo County restaurant owners having mixed feelings about return to red tier (2-23-2021)
South Bay Restaurants Donate Portion of Purchases Toward Texas Disaster ReliefA South Bay restaurateur is donating $1 for every entree sold at her Los Gatos and San Jose restaurants on Friday and Saturday this and next weekend to help storm-stricken Texans. Maria Medina reports. (2-19-21)
East Bay Restaurants Band Together to Boost Business Amid PandemicIn the Tri Valley, the coronavirus pandemic is forcing the restaurant industry to come up with new ways to drum up business. The result: Taste Tri-Valley Restaurant Week, an effort to help businesses survive. Andrea Nakano reports. (2-19-21)
San Leandro Used-Equipment Warehouse Shows Pandemic's Toll on RestaurantsThe pandemic’s heavy toll on the restaurant industry can be seen in Jose Bonilla Jr.’s cavernous San Leandro warehouse, which is packed with industrial ovens, grills, mixers, refrigerators, dining tables and chairs. Don Ford reports. (2-19-21)
Livermore Cites Bike Repairman for Working Out of His GarageLivermore cited A.J. Wright for operating a bicycle business out of his house after a neighbor complained but he says, during the pandemic, he's just doing what he can to get by. Katie Nielsen reports. (2-19-21)
East Bay Florists Welcome Valentine Rush After Months of LockdownSecond only to Mothers' Day, Valentine's Day is a lucrative time of the year for florists and, while the pandemic may be changing the way business is done, it hasn’t dampened people’s desire to say “I love you.” John Ramos reports. (2-13-21)
Sonoma Restaurant Closes Amid Controversy Over Former Staffer's BLM MaskA week after reopening, a popular Sonoma restaurant closed abruptly this week after receiving death threats. Don Ford reports (2-11-21)
State Ban on Disposing Treated Wood Hammers Home-Improvement BusinessThe state of California has banned the disposal of a common building material and it is leaving homeowners and contractors with no place to dump it. John Ramos reports. (1-31-21)

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