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)
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)
COVID-19: Marin County Tells Restaurants To Reduce Indoor Dining Capacity Amid Rising CasesDue to a rising number of COVID-19 cases in Marin County, health officials have urged the community to take action, including telling restaurants to reduce indoor dining capacity, to help ward off more restrictions. Andrea Nakano reports. (11/11/20)
Apple Unveils New Generation Of M1 Processor ComputersApple unveiled its latest line of personal computers with the new M1 based processor.
Patio Heaters In Short Supply Due To Pandemic Outdoor DiningAs winter approaches, a new pandemic-related product is in short supply. Don Ford goes in search of patio heaters.
Lawmaker Threatens Action After Bank Of America Denies EDD Fraud Victims' ClaimsFraudsters stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from California's EDD debit cards. Kenny Choi reports, Bank of America is denying claims from the victims and a Bay Area lawmaker is threatening to get involved.
Too Soon Or Not Soon Enough? Retailers Roll Out Christmas and Holiday PromotionsHoliday lights have slowly started to pop up around the Bay Area, but a lot of retailers have had their holiday sections up for weeks.
49ers to Face Packers Without Trent Williams, Brandon Aiyuk After Kendrick Bourne Positive COVID-19 CaseThe San Francisco 49ers will be without several players for Thursday's matchup against the Green Bay Packers after Kendrick Bourne tested positive on Wednesday. Andrea Nakano talks to a 49ers beat writer and COVID-19 survivor who is concerned about the game proceeding. (11/4/20)
Passage of Proposition 22 Could Affect Future of Gig Work Across IndustriesProposition 22 passed with more than 58 percent approval. That means ride-hailing drivers remain classified as independent contractors not employees. Andria Borba reports. (11-4-20)
Record-Setting $20 Million Home For Sale In SFA rare home in an iconic neighborhood just hit the market in San Francisco for a record-setting $20 million.
Santa Clara County Marks 1 Million COVID-19 TestsHealth officials in Santa Clara County announced they have performed 1 million tests since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. A recent ramp-up in testing is being credited for driving down the infection rate. Len Ramirez reports. (11/2/20)
Milpitas Will Sue to Stop Hotel Conversion to Homeless HousingIn Milpitas, the mayor and city council are opposed to a Project Homekey conversion of the Extended Stay hotel into permanent homeless housing. Devin Fehely reports. (11-1-20)
San Jose Leaders Blast Silicon Valley Organization Over Alleged Racist AdsMembers of the San Jose City Council are condemning racist attack ads put out by the Silicon Valley Organization. Len Ramirez reports. (10-30-20)
Economists Say Low-Income Renters Are Experiencing a 'She-Cession'High housing costs in the Bay Area plus a lack of child care are forcing low-income moms to make tough choices. Susie Steimle reports. (10-29-20)
Computer Hackers Target Bay Area Medical FacilityCybercriminals are taking new aim at health care providers and public health agencies as the coronavirus pandemic reaches new heights and a hospital in Fremont was one of their targets. Andria Borba reports. (10-29-20)
Silicon Valley Business Advocacy Group CEO Resigns Over Campaign AdMatt Mahood, president and CEO of the business advocacy group Silicon Valley Organization (SVO) resigned in the wake of a racist campaign ad on its website. Len Ramirez reports. (10-29-20)
Brothers Running Roxie Food Center In San Francisco's Mission Terrace To Retire After 45 YearsAfter more than four decades, three brothers will retire from their popular corner store in San Francisco at the end of October. Sharon Chin reports. (10/28/20)
Sonoma County Officials Work On Getting Out Of Most-Restrictive COVID-19 Purple TierSonoma County officials acknowledge they are the last Bay Area county in the purple tier, at the bottom rung of California’s color-coded reopening system, and say they are determined to work their way forward. Joe Vazquez reports. (10/28/20)
Fraudulent Charges Appearing On Bank Of America EDD Debit Cards Of 350,000 Unemployed Californians.Something very scary is happening to thousands of unemployed Californians who receive their government benefits through a Bank of America debit card - their accounts are getting drained by fraudsters. Kenny Choi reports. (10/28/20)
Fraudulent Charges Appearing On Bank Of America EDD Debit Cards Of 350,000 Unemployed Californians.Something very scary is happening to thousands of unemployed Californians who receive their government benefits through a Bank of America debit card - their accounts are getting drained by fraudsters. Kenny Choi reports. (10/28/20)

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