Santa Clara County Issues Tough New Restrictions on Businesses, Travelers, SportsWith new COVID cases and hospitalizations continuing to surge, Santa Clara County health officials Saturday announced further restrictions on local businesses, discouraged non-essential travel and will now require a 14-day quarantine. Da Lin reports. (11-28-20)
Small Business Saturday Turns 10 in Make-or-Break Pandemic YearFor many independent businesses Small Business Saturday opens a critical holiday shopping season and, in this pandemic year, one-fifth say they will have to close if things don't get better soon. Sharon Chin reports. (11-28-20)
News Conference: Santa Clara County Officials Announce Stringent Measures to Combat VirusCiting a record number of COVID-19 hospitalizations, public health officials in Santa Clara County announced sweeping news changes to county services and public businesses and urged people to isolate at home as much as possible. (11-28-20)
Black Friday Crowds Descend on Livermore, Avoid Downtown S.F.This Black Friday was a tale of two quite-different shopping experiences in the Bay Area. Da Lin reports. (11-27-20)
COVID Travel: Millions of Californians Drive, Fly Despite Warnings To Stay Home For ThanksgivingAs many as 50 million Americans are estimated to have traveled for Thanksgiving despite increased cases of COVID-19 and warnings from public health officials to stay home. Susie Steimle reports. (11/25/20)
'Shop Concord' Gift Card Save Money While Helping Struggling Local BusinessesSmall businesses all across the Bay Area are struggling due to the pandemic. Don Ford reports the Concord Chamber of Commerce has a new idea they think can help.
Lawmakers Seek Answers After $140M In Unemployment Benefits Paid To PrisonersCalifornia lawmakers are demanding answers after prosecutors said more than $140 million in state unemployment benefits were paid to prisoners, including those on death row. Kenny Choi reports. (11/25/20)
Some CA Gig Workers May Owe EDD Overpaid BenefitsGig workers getting unemployment may be on the hook to pay back some of their benefits. As Kristine Lazar, some may owe the state money due to overpayment.
SF's Iconic Flower Mart Gets Creative To Survive PandemicSan Francisco's iconic Flower Mart is struggling due to the pandemic. Emily Turner tells us, they had to get creative to stay afloat.
FDA Allows Emergency Use of Antibody Drug Trump ReceivedThere is another hopeful milestone Sunday after the FDA issued an emergency-use authorization for Regeneron's antibody cocktail to treat the coronavirus. Emily Turner reports. (11-22-20)
Little Sign of Pre-Thanksgiving Pandemic Panic Buying in East BayThe surge in COVID-19 cases has reportedly caused a new round of panic buying days before the Thanksgiving but worries about a lack of toilet paper may be overblown. John Ramos reports. (11-21-20)
Pandemic Thanksgiving: Shoppers Go for More TP, Less TurkeyPre-Thanksgiving grocery shopping has always been a competitive sport and, with the coronavirus reducing the size of family gatherings, this year is like no other. Andria Borba reports. (11-20-20)
COVID: Gov. Gavin Newsom Remains On Hot Seat Over French Laundry Dinner PartyAfter apologizing for attending a dinner party at The French Laundry despite calling for people to limit gatherings, Gov. Gavin Newsom remains on the hot seat after photos of the event surfaced. Joe Vazquez reports. (11/18/20)
San Francisco Rejects Warriors Plan To Allow For Some Fans At Chase CenterWith coronavirus cases rising, San Francisco city officials have rejected a plan that would allow for some fans back at the Chase Center for the upcoming season. Andria Borba reports. (11/18/20)
Alameda Gym Hopes To Survive Lastest COVID Shutdown In Alameda CountyAlameda County is dropping back to the purple tier due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases. Andrea Nakana shows us a gym that has been around for decades, but now it may close for good.
COVID-19 Surge Prompts Panic Buying Leaving Grocery Shelves EmptyAmid new COVID restrictions to stem the recent surge in cases, Betty Yu tells us people are panic buying again.
COVID Purple Tier: Alameda Waffle Shop In Danger Of Closing As Indoor Dining Shuts Down AgainWith Alameda County closing all indoor dining due to re-entering the Purple Tier, an East Bay waffle shop dating back to the 1920s is in danger of closing. Kenny Choi reports. (11/17/20)
SFO Airport Workers Raise Concerns About COVID-19 SafetyWhile officials at San Francisco International Airport are trying to reassure travelers that it is safe to fly during the COVID-19 pandemic, that message is being challenged by some airport workers. Andria Borba reports. (11/17/20)
2 New Electric Vehicle Makers Target Silicon Valley Car MarketAn electric vehicle competition is about to hit Bay Area roads. In one corner: a first-of-its kind luxury sedan. In the other: a more affordable option outfitted with cutting-edge technology. Betty Yu reports. (11-13-20)
Warriors Propose Plan for Fan Attendance at Chase Center GamesThe NBA season is expected to tip off Dec. 22 and the Warriors are trying to develop the first program of its kind to get fans back in the stands. Andrea Nakano reports. (11-13-20)
Golden Gate Bridge to Lay Off Nearly 150 EmployeesThe Golden Gate Bridge board chose to eliminate 146 filled staff positions and 59 vacant ones in lieu of raising the bridge toll by up to $2 to replace the district’s lost revenue. Don Ford reports. (11-13-20)
San Jose Sharks Fear Being Pushed Out of Downtown by Big Tech DevelopmentThe San Jose Sharks on Thursday raised concerns about being forced out of the SAP Center in the city's downtown because of plans for massive development projects near the sports complex and Diridon train station. Andria Borba reports. (11-12-20)
Project Home: Neighbors Of San Francisco Shelter-In-Place Hotels Complain Of Increased CrimeThe city program directing $10 million a month to house homeless people in hotels is leading to increased crime in the form of shootings and break-ins, according to neighbors. Susie Steimle reports. (11/11/20)