University of California at Berkeley has reported a spike in coronavirus this week. Andrea Nakano reports on why parties on Frat Row may be jeopardizing campus plans for the Fall.

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Spike In Coronavirus Cases At UC Berkeley May Be Tied To PartiesUniversity of California at Berkeley has reported a spike in coronavirus this week. Andrea Nakano reports on why parties on Frat Row may be jeopardizing campus plans for the Fall.
Demand At Bay Area Food Banks Surges Due To PandemicDemand at Bay Area food banks is surging due to the coronavirus pandemic. Len Ramirez went to Second Harvest Food Bank in San Jose, where they are really getting stretched thin.
Couple Filmed Vandalizing Black Lives Matter Street Mural in MartinezPolice are investigating after a couple was filmed painting over a Black Lives Matter street mural in front of the Contra Costa County courthouse in Martinez. Kenny Choi reports. (7-5-20)
Bay Area Communities Take Fourth of July Celebrations OnlineThis year's Fourth of July celebrations are completely different from any in recent memory. Most fireworks displays have been canceled and the big parades have gone virtual. Devin Fehely reports. (7-4-20)
East Bay Towns Prepare for Stay-at-Home Fourth of July FestivitiesResidents of Danville and Fremont love their towns' annual Independence Day parade. This year they'll have to love them virtually. Andria Borba reports. (7-2-20)
Alameda Neighbors Rally to Help Black Family Whose Cars Were Tagged With Racist GraffitiAfter a Black family living in Alameda found their cars vandalized with "All Lives Matter" in black spray paint their neighbors rallied to their support. Katie Nielsen reports. (6-29-20)
How a San Francisco Artist Made Rainbow Flag the Enduring Symbol of PrideBetty Yu reports on how San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker was chosen to design what would become the worldwide symbol of LGBT hope and pride. (6-28-20)
Oakland Students Use 3-D Printing to Make Face Shields for HospitalsMadison Park Academy students have created hundreds of face shields on 3D printers to donate to hospitals across the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (6-28-20)
Toned-Down Pride Marks 50 Year Celebration in S.F.At last year's Pride Weekend in San Francisco's Castro District it's safe to say, no one could have imagined what this year's 50th anniversary celebration would look like. Betty Yu reports. (6-27-20)
Santa Clara County to Enter Next Phase of Reopening as San Francisco Hits the BrakesSanta Clara County residents learned Friday that the community was poised to enter the next reopening phase by the end of next week. Maria Medina reports. (6-26-20)
Push to Rename Oakland Streets Met With Mixed ReactionsSome residents in Oakland are calling for the renaming of Washington, Jefferson and other streets named after historical figures in the wake of recent BLM protests. Others say it's a pointless distraction. Da Lin reports. (6-26-20)
Bay Area Broadcast Pioneer from Segregated South Recounts Meaning of JuneteenthThree years ago, Devin Fehely traveled to Texas where Juneteenth traces its historic roots. Devin's guide was KPIX operations manager Don Sharp who grew up there during a time of segregration and discrimination. (6-21-20)
Racial-Justice Demonstrators Paint Colorful Message on Street in RichmondPeople shut down MacDonald Avenue in Richmond Sunday morning to paint a colorful protest message at the site of one of the darker moments in that city's history. John Ramos reports. (6-21-20)
Thousands Join Jubilant Juneteenth Festivities Around the Bay AreaThere were Juneteenth gatherings Friday in San Jose, marches in San Francisco and a big festival at Lake Merritt in Oakland. Andria Borba reports. (6-19-20)
Hundreds Mourn Federal Officer Gunned Down During Oakland ProtestHundreds of mourners gathered in Pinole Friday to remember federal protective service officer Dave Underwood who was killed at the end of May in what authorities say was a targeted attack on law enforcement. Da Lin reports. (6-19-20)
Longshoremen to Stop Work at Port of Oakland on Juneteenth in Solidarity With BLM ProtestersMany communities in the East Bay will be holding their first public Juneteenth celebrations Friday in the wake of the recent BLM protests. Da Lin reports. (6-18-20)
Oakland Police Join Peaceful Black Lives Matter DemonstrationSeveral police officers joined a Black Lives Matter car caravan through the streets of Oakland Sunday. Kenny Choi reports. (6-14-20)
Protesters: Defund Vallejo Police; Independent Investigation: Spend More for ReformA newly-released independent report highlights issues within the Vallejo police department after almost a year-long analysis. Da Lin reports. (6-13-20)
Hundreds March to San Jose Mayor's Home in Sit-In Protest for Police ReformDemonstrators are staging a sit-in outside San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo's house, demanding the city divert funding from the police department and invest it into community programs. (6-12-20)
BART Opens Milpitas, North San Jose ExtensionsSouth Bay dignitaries celebrated the long-awaited San Jose BART service extension as the coronavirus pandemic has cut ridership by 90 percent. Devin Fehely reports. (6-12-20)
Reduced Funding Forces Policy Change at East CoCo County Fire DistrictStarting July 1, the East Contra Costa County Fire District will only send firefighters inside a burning building if human life is at risk. Don Ford reports from Brentwood. (6-11-20)
New Push to Open Picturesque Palo Alto Park to Non-ResidentsResidents and political leaders in Palo Alto have signed a letter that calls on the city council to overturn a 1965 law that restricts access to Foothills Park to city residents. Wilson Walker reports. (6-11-20)
Santa Cruz Remembers Murdered Deputy as Model of Community Law EnforcementOn Sunday a vigil was held at Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office headquarters to remember Sgt. Damon Gutzwiller and the job he was asked to do. John Ramos reports. (6-7-20)
Union Members, Community Activists March, Kneel at Former Site of Candlestick ParkMembers of SEIU Local 1021 and unions throughout the Bay Area converged at the former site of the San Francisco 49ers stadium to protest police brutality and systematic racism. Devin Fehely reports. (6-6-20)

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