California announced new guidelines that will allow for youth sports in counties with low coronavirus case rates. Da Lin reports. (2-19-21)

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State Releases New Guidelines to Allow Return of Youth SportsCalifornia announced new guidelines that will allow for youth sports in counties with low coronavirus case rates. Da Lin reports. (2-19-21)
Parents, Coaches and Teachers Rally to Resume Youth SportsAndria Borba reports from San Ramon where a large crowd is demanding the return of youth athletics in California. (1-29-21)
Hardy Horde Takes the New Year 'Polar Plunge' at Ocean Beach in San FranciscoIt’s tradition that's as durable as it is inexplicable: seemingly sane people jumping into frigid water on New Year’s Day. Don Ford reports from Ocean Beach. (1-1-21)
Pandemic Prompts Rise in School Mountain Biking ProgramsMountain biking is a fast-growing school sport. thriving during the pandemic. Students say it helps them learn to conquer challenges on and off the trails. Allen Martin reports. (12-7-20)
Coyote Bites Man Exercising at Campolindo High School in MoragaPeople are being warned to remain vigilant in the wake of a Friday morning coyote attack in Moraga. Katie Nielsen reports. (12-4-20)
Pandemic Anxiety Unleashes Comfort Food CravingsThere's a science behind those "Covid cravings" and also a way to gain back control over your diet and weight. Juliette Goodrich reports. (11-29-20)
Despite Pandemic, Thanksgiving Day Marin County Mountain Bike Ride Rolls OnCOVID-19 didn’t stop an annual Marin County Thanksgiving Day tradition called the "Appetite Seminar," said to be the longest-running mountain bike event in the country. Kenny Choi reports. (11-26-20)
San Francisco CrossFit Forced to CloseDa Lin reports from the San Francisco Presidio where CrossFit just finished its last session and is closing for good, another victim of the coronavirus pandemic. (11-15-20)
Contra Costa County Rolls Back Reopening for Gyms, RestaurantsBackward, forward, backward -- Contra Costa County is trying to slow the coronavirus spread and, once again, health officials are targeting gyms and restaurants. Wilson Walker reports. (11-14-20)
San Francisco Co.'s Move To Yellow Tier Welcome News For Downtown BusinessesBusinesses in San Francisco's Financial District welcomed news that San Francisco moved to the state's Yellow Tier. Wilson Walker reports many are wondering if office workers will return.
Lingering Smoke Pollution Leaves 49ers Season Opener Up in the AirAs smoke blankets the Bay Area, the 49ers plan to play football at Levi’s Stadium even as a player didn’t practice Friday because of the poor air quality. Andrea Nakano reports. (9-11-20)
As South Bay Gyms Reopen, Owners Hope to Recover From Pandemic's PunchesThe indoor reopening of gyms in Santa Clara County is good news for owners and fitness buffs and it could also be a sign of better times ahead for workers. Len Ramirez reports. (9-10-20)
Water Park Responds to Virus Distancing With New Pool RulesFamilies heading to community pools and water parks to cool off can expect to find some new restrictions in place. Don Ford reports from Antioch. (8-14-20)
San Francisco Gym Operators Push City to Permit ReopeningGym owners say they’re as important as smoke shops and cannabis stores which are designated “essential.” John Ramos reports. (8-10-20)
East Bay Cities Cry Foul Over Illegal Sports Tournaments at CoCo County ParksSome youth leagues and amateur adult teams have been defying Contra Costa county health orders and playing in full-blown tournaments. Da Lin reports. (8-1-20)
North Bay Gym Owner Turns Fitness Center Inside Out to Make Most of PandemicThe pandemic has shut down indoor gyms and fitness clubs but one in Marin County is making the most of the space it has. It might serve as a model for others to follow. John Ramos reports. (8-1-20)
KPIX Investigation Finds San Jose Gyms Defying State Shutdown OrdersDespite state and county orders that fitness studios and gyms must not operate indoors, KPIX discovered three gyms in San Jose defying the orders. Maria Medina reports. (7-27-20)
California High School Football Among Fall Sports Delayed by PandemicHigh school football and other sports typically played in the fall have been pushed to the winter and spring months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the California Interscholastic Federation announced Monday. Len Ramirez reports. (7-20-20)
Danville Revives Youth BaseballIt has been more than three months since they've heard the crack of the bat but the Danville Aces are back. Vern Glenn reports. (7-11-20)
Better Together: Virtual Fun Run Helps Adults With Developmental DisabilitiesAn East Bay non-profit organization is raising money to help adults with developmental disabilities with a socially-distanced, virtual fun run. Juliette Goodrich reports. (6-21-20)
Bay Area Gyms Cut TIes With CrossFit Over Founder's George Floyd TweetA powerhouse fitness brand is losing support after the founder sent out a controversial tweet about George Floyd. Andria Borba reports. (6-8-20)
Surfing Ban Ends, Beaches Reopen in Santa Cruz CountyA temporary ban on the use of outdoor recreational spaces in Santa Cruz County which went into effect April 9 expired midnight Wednesday. Wilson Walker reports. (4-16-20)
Kaiser-Sponsored S.F. Ballet Class Brings New Hope to Parkinson's PatientsA new class of dancers, inspired by Tchaikovsky's music from the holiday classic "Nutcracker," are fighting against a serious degenerative neurological condition. (12-5-19)
Public Service Spot Compares Youth Tackle Football to SmokingA new PSA by the Concussion Legacy Foundation wants parents of young athletes to keep kids away from tackle football until they're age 14 to reduce the risk of chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Maria Medina reports (10-11-19)

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