Business Slow On Day 1 Of Phase 2 Of Reopening In San FranciscoMany business owners in San Francisco didn't know what to expect on day one of phase two for reopening business after the COVID-19 shutdown. Betty Yu talked to store owners who were eager after weeks of being shut down.
Coronavirus: Bay Area Counties Doing A Balancing Act When It Comes To ReopeningBay Area counties have started to open up, after months of shutdown for COVID-19. Joe Vazquez reports on the delicate balancing act counties face when it comes to reopening.
Marin Schools' Pilot Program Gives Glimpse At Classroom In Era Of COVID-19A pilot educational program in Marin County is trying to adapt to the new restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19 in the classroom. Don Ford gives us a sneak peek at what learning will look like when schools reopen.
Monday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenSpring snow in the Sierra!
SF Ramps Up Testing Adding New Sites Despite Low TurnoutTurnout has been low at the COVID-19 testing sites in San Francisco. Andria Borba shows us new test sites the city has added, who can get one and incentives to get folks show up.
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Napa Couple Forced To Manage Expectations For Pandemic Wedding CeremonyJohn Ramos reports on impact coronavirus pandemic is having on wedding plans and related businesses (5-18-2020)
San Mateo County Businesses Face Challenges With Curbside ReopeningJuliette Goodrich reports on retail stores dealing with new reality of curbside pick-up as San Mateo County enters Phase 2 (5-18-2020)
Hard-Hit Santa Clara County Move Ahead With Plans To Reopen More Segments Of EconomyStarting Friday, Santa Clara County, the hardest hit of all Bay Area counties in the coronavirus pandemic, announced plans to open manufacturing and retail curbside pickup with modifications. Devin Fehely reports. (5/18/20)
Salon Owners Rally To Demand They Be Included In Next Stage Of Reopenings In CaliforniaSalon owners rallied Monday at the State Capitol in Sacramento, demanding they be included in the businesses being allowed to reopen.
California Program To Provide Undocumented Workers Financial Assistance Overwhelmed By ApplicantsCalifornia's program to give financial assistance to undocumented workers got off to a rocky start Monday. The 800 number for people to register apparently couldn't handle the call volumes and most callers got a busy signal that lasted all day. Len Ramirez reports. (5/18/20)
Two Local Medical Experts Weigh In On Bay Area ReopeningA pair of disease specialists discuss the importance of testing and tracing during the Bay Area's reopening process (5-18-2020)
President Trump Says He Is Taking Hydroxychloroquine As A Preventive MeasureNatalie Brand reports on President Trump confirming that he is taking hydroxychloroquine and zinc to prevent COVID-19 (5-18-2020)
180 Exposed To Coronavirus During Mother’s Day Service At Defiant NorCal ChurchA person who later learned they were positive for COVID-19 attended a Northern California religious service on Mother’s Day, exposing 180 other people to the novel Coronavirus, according to local health officials. Katie Johnston reports.
RAW: Gov. Newsom And Dr. Ghaly Give Update On Next Stages Of Health Order ModificaitonsCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom and Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Michael Ghaly give the latest information on the state's progress in the coronavirus pandemic (5-18-2020)
Where Are They Now: Giants 20-Game Winning Pitcher John BurkettJohn Burkett went 22-7 for the 1993 Giants and was a big part of the baseball renaissance in San Francisco. Now 55-years-old, Burkett has found his calling in professional bowling. (5-18-20)
Where Are They Now: SF State Track Mom Will Tackle FootballOne of the most accomplished track athletes in San Francisco State history, Monisha Lewis still has dreams of qualifying for the Olympics, and plans to move her family to Houston to play professional women's football. (5-18-2020)
MEDICAL MONDAY: Treatment for Coronavirus OutpatientsCBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego interviews Stanford Healthcare's Dr. Maya Artandi about patients who have been tested for COVID-19 as well as some specific treatment in the outpatient setting.
Monday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect scattered showers and unseasonably cool conditions on Monday, with highs in the 60s. On Tuesday, skies should be partly cloudy, but showers remain possible. Mary Lee has the forecast. (5/18/20)
Coronavirus Update: San Mateo County Entering Phase 2, Businesses ReopenA revised shelter-in-place order went into effect in San Mateo County on Monday, allowing for certain retail businesses to reopen, as part of the state's Phase 2 guidelines. Kiet Do reports. (5/18/20)
Coronavirus: Eased COVID-19 Restrictions Came Too Late for Many Bay Area Dining FavoritesEased COVID-19 Restrictions Came Too Late for Many Bay Area Dining Favorites
Coronavirus: San Francisco Bay Area businesses prepare to reopen as COVID-19 restriction easeSan Francisco Bay Area businesses prepare to reopen as COVID-19 restriction ease
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (5-17-20)

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