Mayor London Breed Reveals Priorities for San Francisco Police ReformMayor London Breed on Thursday announced her vision to fundamentally change the nature of policing in San Francisco. Andria Borba reports. (6-11-20)
Facing Class-Action Lawsuit, Oakland Police Chief Admits Reform NeededThe Oakland police department is facing a class-action lawsuit over the use of rubber bullets and other tactics to break up protests. Kiet Do reports. (6-11-20)
Sister Of Fallen Oakland Federal Guard Testifies Before CongressThe sister of federal security guard David Patrick Underwood who was ambushed in a hail of bullets during a night of intense protests and unrest in Oakland, testified before Congress, on Wednesday.
Rejecting Modest Reform, Activists Call for Defunding Oakland Police DepartmentAs Americans continue to protest the death of black Americans at the hand of law enforcement officers, many are calling for either police reform or a defunding of police departments. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-8-20)
Activists Outline Police Policy Changes in Wake of Protests Following Floyd KillingAfter two weeks of protests and unrest sparked by the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer, activists have begun to outline some of the specific policy changes they want to see enacted. Devin Fehely reports. (6-8-20)
SF Mayor Breed Calls for Redirecting Police Funding to Black CommunitySan Francisco mayor London Breed announced efforts to redirect city funding from the city's police department to the city's African American community in the city's upcoming budget. Kenny Choi reports. (6-5-20)
Governor's Midday Update: Criminal Justice ReformGov. Gavin Newsom described inequities in the state’s justice system that need to be fixed during a news conference Friday at the California Museum in Sacramento. (6-5-20)
Weeklong, Dusk-to-Dawn Curfew Announced for San JoseAfter a weekend filled with violent demonstrations, San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo announced Sunday he was placing the city on a dusk-to-dawn curfew for at a least week. Kenny Choi reports. (5-31-20)
Governor's Noon Update: Thoughts on the George Floyd KillingGov. Gavin Newsom began his noon news conference by reflecting on the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis and lessons to be learned by Californians and all Americans. (5-29-20)
San Jose Leaders Mull $10 Million Budget CutSan Jose city leaders are considering shaving more than $10 million off public safety in next year’s budget. Len Ramirez reports. (5-28-20)
San Francisco Releases Phased Reopening Plan Spanning SummerSan Francisco mayor London Breed outlined on Thursday steps to reopen more of the city’s businesses in the coming weeks. Andria Borba reports. (5-28-20)
SF Mayor London Breed Outlines Phased Plan to Reopen City BusinessesSan Francisco mayor London Breed outlined on Thursday steps to reopen more of the city’s businesses and allow additional activities in the coming weeks and months. (5-28-20)
Oakland Crackdown on Parking at Lake Merritt Reduces Weekend CrowdsOakland began cracking down on violators who ignored a ban on weekend parking beside Lake Merritt. Da Lin reports. (5-16-20)
Marin County Grapples With Budget ShortfallBudget deficits are mounting for Bay Area counties. Marin County is scrambling to get into a long line of local governments looking for funding relief. Wilson Walker reports from San Rafael. (5-15-20)
Oakland Reminds Residents Social Distancing, Parking Restrictions Still in Effect at Lake MerrittFood trucks and parking next to Lake Merritt are suspended through May 31 but a lot of people are ignoring the restrictions. Da Lin reports. (5-15-20)
Sen. Feinstein Answers Questions About Husband's Stock TransactionsSen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) was questioned last month by law enforcement about stock transactions by her husband, Richard Blum, shortly before the coronavirus pandemic hit the United States and sent share prices tumbling. Maria Medina reports. (5-14-20)
Governor's Coronavirus Update: Reporter QuestionsCalifornia governor Gavin Newsom answered questions from reporters following his noon coronavirus update in which he revealed a huge projected state budget shortfall and proposed a 10 percent pay cut for state workers. (5-14-20)
Governor's Coronavirus Update: Proposed 10 Percent Pay Cut for State WorkersGov. Newsom painted a grim financial picture for the state Thursday as he presented a revised budget that reflected a massive decline in revenue and a proposed 10 percent cut in pay for state workers. (5-14-20)
Governor's Coronavirus Update: Budget Balancing Strategy and EducationGov. Gavin Newsom revealed the projected size of the California budget shortfall and explained how his administration will attempt to balance it and still maintain resources for public education. (5-14-20)
Governor's Coronavirus Update: New Infections; Reporter QuestionsPart 3 of Gov. Newsom's noon coronavirus update: the governor discussed hospital capacity and virus infection rate and answered reporter questions. (5-8-20)
Governor's Coronavirus Update: Voter InformationGov. Gavin Newsom and California secretary of state Alex Padilla outlined steps they are taking to ensure a safe election in 2020. (5-8-20)
Coronavirus California Update: Dr. Mark Ghaly on Criteria for Reopening EconomyDr. Mark Ghaly outlined the specific criteria the state will require as counties and businesses plan their reopening timelines. (5-7-20)
Governor's Coronavirus Update: California Budget ShortfallGov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday: "My optimism is conditioned on ... more Federal support." (5-7-20)
New Testing Site In East San Jose 'Quick,' 'Super Easy'Despite a mixup in the address of one of Santa Clara County's new COVID-19 testing sites, Kiet Do tells us that dozens of people showed up on Tuesday and the process takes about two minutes.

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