Palo Alto Woman Back From Coronavirus Quarantine Says Business Taking A HitA Palo Alto woman never got the coronavirus, but she's paying the price for being quarantined. She says her small business and others in the South Bay are taking a hit. Maria Medina reports. (2-19-2020)
PG&E Blasted By Judge Over Tree-Trimming; Fire Victims Unhappy With SettlementA federal judge blasted PG&E Wednesday for falling far behind on its tree-trimming plan to prevent massive wildfires. The utility is also facing criticism over its settlement with fire victims. Andrea Nakano reports. (2-19-2020)
Bay Area Safeway Workers To Hold Rallies As Bargaining StallsWorkers at Safeway stores across the Bay Area are holding informational rallies Tuesday amid an ongoing dispute with management that has prompted the union to cancel its contract with the chain. Jackie Ward reports. (2/18/20)
Proposed Law Aims To Make Owners Of Short-Term Rental Homes More AccountableAfter 5 people were shot and killed at a Halloween party at an Airbnb home in Orinda, a California lawmaker has proposed a law that make people who rent out their homes more accountable. John Ramos talked to the author of the bill.
California Grape Glut Helps Send Wine Prices PlummetingWine prices in California are expected to drop to their lowest levels in five years due to a surplus in California grapes. (2-16-2020)
Tech Conferences Canceled in San Francisco Due to Coronavirus ConcernsFacebook announced Friday it was canceling an annual marketing conference over concerns about the coronavirus. Organizers anticipated that the gathering would bring 5,000 attendees to the city. Don Ford reports. (2-14-20)
PG&E Free-Power Offer Opposed Over Connections to Aging Nuclear ReactorPG&E is offering Alameda County's community energy program $11 million of carbon-free power at no charge but many say it should be refused because the electricity originates at the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant. John Ramos reports. (2-13-20)
Saratoga Residents Speak Out Against Plans To Annex Mountain WineryThe small town of Saratoga is in a big battle over a proposed hotel at the popular Mountain Winery. Some believe it could be a death trap. Maria Medina reports. (2-12-2020)
$9.7 Million Petaluma River Dredging Project To Begin This SummerBeginning this summer, the Petaluma River will be dredged for the first time in 17 years. Mayor Teresa Barrett says people are excited to hear the mud is going away. Don Ford reports. (2-11-2020)
SF Chinese New Year Parade Forges Ahead Despite Coronavirus ConcernsSan Francisco's Chinese New Year Parade is still on for Saturday. In Chinatown, city leaders want people to put their coronavirus fears aside and come to the celebration. Katie Nielsen reports. (2-7-20)
Riders Frustrated by Delayed South Bay BART ExtensionBy now, South Bay BART riders were supposed to be streaming into the new Milpitas and Berryessa stations. What's the hold-up? Len Ramirez reports. (2-7-20)
Chinatown Businesses See Slowdown Amid Coronavirus FearsWhile the risk of contracting the coronavirus is very low, businesses in San Francisco's Chinatown said the outbreak has caused a slowdown in local businesses during the normally busy time of the Lunar New Year. Jackie Ward reports. (2/7/20)
Chinatown Businesses See Slowdown Amid Coronavirus FearsWhile the risk of contracting the coronavirus is very low, businesses in San Francisco's Chinatown said the outbreak has caused a slowdown in local businesses during the normally busy time of the Lunar New Year. Jackie Ward reports. (2/7/20)
Fremont Uses Boulders to Block Homeless RV Parking Near Tech CompaniesPeople living in vehicles along Kato Road in Fremont were told to leave. Boulders were then placed along the side of the road to discourage people from moving back. Kiet Do reports (2-6-20)
Uber, Lyft Drivers To Demand Enforcement Of New AB5 Labor LawUber and Lyft drivers are expected to rally in San Francisco Wednesday morning, urging the rideshare giants to recognize their status granted under the state's new AB5 labor law. Jackie Ward reports. (2/5/20)
New Downtown San Jose Restaurant Serves Up Hawaiian Specialty; Elicits Hope For Retail RevivalHapa Musubi, which serves up a taste of Hawaii combining sushi and Spam, opened up shop in downtown San Jose, in an area where retail businesses have struggled. Len Ramirez reports. (2/4/20)
Bay Area Lawmaker Introduces 'Seamless' Transit ProposalAssemblymember David Chiu of San Francisco has introduced a proposal to streamline transportation around the region, potentially impacting hundreds of thousands of commuters. Jackie Ward reports. (2/4/20)
The Coalition Of Black Excellence Kicks Off CBE Week 2020CEO and Founder Angela Johnson talks to BR host Jan Mabry about the The Coalition of Black Excellence and CBE Week 2020, happening February 17-23. The weeklong event will include a summit, the annual Code Black gala, and a parade in Oakland. For tickets and information go to CBEWeek.com.
San Jose Fans, Businesses Get Benefit of 49ers' Move to Levi's StadiumSan Jose is seeing a large growth in fans who come to enjoy the downtown nightlife during Niners games at Levi's Stadium. While the team name is "San Francisco 49ers," San Jose seems to be enjoying the spoils. Len Ramirez reports. (1-24-20)
Interview: California Jobs Report Shows Employment ExpandingCalifornia job growth accelerated in December with unemployment numbers down statewide. CBSN Bay Area interview with Michael Bernick, former state Labor Department Director and employment attorney with Duane Morris, LLP. (1/24/20)
Sonoma Winery Leaks Thousands of Gallons of Cabernet Into WaterwayCrews at the Rodney Strong Winery were cleaning up a massive wine spill Thursday after a blending tank sprang a leak and dumped more than 97,000 gallons of red wine onto the ground and into a nearby creek. Andria Borba reports. (1-23-20)
Packed Crowd Fights To Keep Chick-fil-A Out Of Campbell NeighborhoodThe Campbell City Council chambers were filled Tuesday night as opponents of a proposed Chick-fil-A restaurant in their city voiced their concerns. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-21-2020)
Benicia, Finalist In Business Makeover TV Show, Excited To Be In National SpotlightLast Tuesday, a Bay Area city was named a finalist in a competition to win a downtown business makeover as part of a national TV show. Now people are voting to put Benicia in the national spotlight. John Ramos reports. (1-19-2020)
Raw Video: Speaker Pelosi Calls Facebook 'Shameful'In her first news conference since signing the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi criticized Facebook, calling the social media giant "accomplices for misleading the American people with money from God-knows where." (1/16/20)

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