Man, Woman Stabbed at Public Parking Lot in Santa CruzSanta Cruz police are investigating a double stabbing at one of the city's public parking lots early Friday evening. (11-27-20)
South Bay Shoppers Brave Stepped-Up Enforcement of Pandemic RestrictionsSanta Clara County said it wants to keep the public as safe as possible this holiday shopping weekend. By noon Friday it had already issued 76 violations for non-compliance with its COVID-19 protocols. Betty Yu reports. (11-27-20)
Bay Area Health Officials Encourage Testing Following Holiday GatheringsCOVID-19 cases are expected to spike following the Thanksgiving holiday and, in response, public health officials are asking anyone who attended a large group gathering to get tested. Susie Steimle reports. (11-27-20)
San Francisco Virus Contact Tracers Focus on Texting to Track Infection Spread200 contact tracers at the S.F. Department of Public Health are adjusting their strategy to match the rising case loads -- from phone calls and in-person visits to text messages. Andria Borba reports. (11-27-20)
Electronics Deals Still a Draw for East Bay Black Friday ShoppersThe pre-dawn lines of Black Friday shoppers weren't as prevalent as in past years but, in Dublin, early-morning lines did form outside the Best Buy. Devin Fehely reports. (11-27-20)
Whales Lingering Off California Coast Keep Crab Season on IceWith warm weather and plenty of fish food to keep migrating whales lingering off the West Coast, commercial Dungeness crab season is still a no-go with no beginning in sight. Don Ford reports. (11-27-20)
Big Game Fans, Barred From Stands, Climb High to See ActionIt was a Big Game like none other. Stanford edged Cal Friday in an empty Memorial Stadium but some diehard fans found ways to get a glimpse of the action. Kenny Choi reports. (11-27-20)
Post-Thanksgiving Demand for Virus Tests Soars in South BayLines for coronavirus tests were long in Santa Clara County on Friday and experts say those lines are likely to get longer as people return from potentially infectious holiday visits. Wilson Walker reports. (11-27-20)
Black Friday Crowds Descend on Livermore, Avoid Downtown S.F.This Black Friday was a tale of two quite-different shopping experiences in the Bay Area. Da Lin reports. (11-27-20)
Bay Area Small Business Group Says Shop Small, Think Big on Black FridayA group of activists and store owners is asking shoppers to help them reclaim Black Friday by foregoing discounts and paying a percentage of sales to Black and Indigenous organizations. Susie Steimle reports. (11-26-20)
Hospitals Brace for Post-Thanksgiving Surge in COVID-19 CasesThe U.S. death toll from COVID-19 could hit 321,000 by mid-December and hospitals might be overflowing with patients in many parts of the country. Betty Yu reports. (11-26-20)
CHP Rescues Hiker Pinned Under Boulder on Mount Saint HelenaThe California Highway Patrol came to the rescue of a hiker who was pinned by a falling boulder while he was out in the mountains near Calistoga. Jamie Yuccas reports. (11-26-20)
Virus-Reduced Team of San Jose Community Service Workers Feed HomelessOver the course of 2020, coronavirus has increased need throughout the Bay Area. On Thanksgiving Day, it also complicated efforts to provide help to those who need it. Wilson Walker reports. (11-26-20)
Better Together: South City Seniors Facility Builds Outdoor Visitation BoothThe Aegis Home for Seniors in South San Francisco has come up with an idea to safely bring families back together this Thanksgiving. Don Ford reports. (11-26-20)
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)
Pandemic Pushes Bay Area Families Into New Thanksgiving TraditionsWith a historic pandemic dominating the year, Thanksgiving 2020 was always going to be the holiday where the realities of social distancing and safety collided with tradition. Andria Borba reports. (11-26-20)
SF Glide Memorial Thanksgiving Day Feast Moves OutdoorsThe pandemic didn't stop Glide Memorial Church from serving meals to thousands of people in need. Organizers Thursday prepared their first-ever outdoor Thanksgiving feast. Emily Turner reports. (11-26-20)
Raw Video: Coast Guard Rescues Boaters, Dogs From Stranded Boat Near ConcordThree adults and two dogs were rescued from a stranded boat near Concord by the Coast Guard Wednesday. (Video: U.S. Coast Guard)
COVID Travel: Millions of Californians Drive, Fly Despite Warnings To Stay Home For ThanksgivingAs many as 50 million Americans are estimated to have traveled for Thanksgiving despite increased cases of COVID-19 and warnings from public health officials to stay home. Susie Steimle reports. (11/25/20)
COVID: Vaccine From Pfizer May Arrive At UCSF, Zuckerberg San Francisco General In WeeksBoth UCSF and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital are set to receive the COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer, possibly in a matter of weeks. Andria Borba reports. (11/25/20)
'Shop Concord' Gift Card Save Money While Helping Struggling Local BusinessesSmall businesses all across the Bay Area are struggling due to the pandemic. Don Ford reports the Concord Chamber of Commerce has a new idea they think can help.
Lawmakers Seek Answers After $140M In Unemployment Benefits Paid To PrisonersCalifornia lawmakers are demanding answers after prosecutors said more than $140 million in state unemployment benefits were paid to prisoners, including those on death row. Kenny Choi reports. (11/25/20)
COVID: Some Bay Area Hospitals Plan For Early Distribution Of Pfizer VaccineThe Bay Area could be weeks away from receiving the first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, with UCSF and Zuckerberg San Francisco General set to obtain an early allocation from Pfizer. Andria Borba reports. (11/25/20)
COVID Thanksgiving: Many Testing, Traveling, Gathering In Santa Clara Co. Despite Warnings Of ICU Bed ShortageDown to just 69 ICU beds, Santa Clara Co. health officials were urging residents to stay home on Thanksgiving. Wilson Walker found some residents who made other plans.

Search Video