San Francisco Asian Community Turns to Self-Defense TrainingMembers of the Asian American community are signing up for self-defense thanks to San Francisco community leaders. Devin Fehely reports. (5-2-21)
Roving Rally Kicks Off May Day Demonstrations in OaklandA coalition of labor groups launched the first of several May Day protests in Oakland with a car caravan through the city. It ended with the occupation of a home in West Oakland. Wilson Walker reports. (5-1-21)
Marin County Nonprofit Brings Therapy Dogs to Comfort FirefightersFirefighters aren't the only ones getting ready for what's expected to be a very busy fire season. A San Rafael woman and her dog are hitting the road to bring some comfort and joy to those battling blazes on the frontlines. Sharon Chin reports. (5-1-21)
May Day March and Rally in S.F. Spotlights Essential Workers and Social JusticeA May Day march honoring union workers filled Market Street in San Francisco Saturday morning and, while the focus was on labor, other social concerns were highlighted as well. John Ramos reports. (5-1-21)
CDC Says 100 Million Americans Are Fully VaccinatedThe U.S. has reached the goal of 200 million vaccines administered in Pres. Biden's first 100 days in office but vaccine hesitancy and a slowing vaccination rate is a new battlefront to the war on COVID-19. (5-1-21)
Bay Area Indian Population Assesses Impact of Impending COVID Travel BanThe Biden Administration announced on Friday new travel restrictions from India as that country experiences an out-of-control surge of COVID-19. Maria Medina reports. (4-30-21)
Illegally-Sold Puppies in East Bay Found Suffering From ParvoBefore you buy a pandemic pet here's a warning about puppies being sold on the side of the road in Alameda County -- they may be very sick. Juliette Goodrich reports. (4-30-21)
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Slides Toward Yellow TierWhat seemed a distant dream a few months back is now just days away from happening: people back in restaurants, gyms and theaters in San Francisco. Andria Borba reports. (4-30-21)
49ers Welcome New Players on 2nd Day of NFL DraftThe San Francisco 49ers gave a warm welcome to the Niners quarterback of the future and the team's second-round pick. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-30-21)
Pets & Animals Friday News WrapA rescued dog's heartwarming reunion; kittens saved from a car engine compartment, adorable lemurs and more. (4-30-21)
Health Officials Appeal to Unvaccinated: Come and Get It!Social media is filling up with posts from Bay Area vaccination sites trying to get people in the door. Len Ramirez reports. (4-30-21)
Bay Area Asian Community Leaders Blast Proposed Robbery BillCritics call SB82 dangerous for everyone: a bill that could downgrade violent robberies to misdemeanors. Da Lin reports. (4-30-21)
Cal Fire Faces Staffing ShortageWith wildfires already burning around the state there's concern Cal Fire does not have the personnel needed for the upcoming fire season. Renee Santos reports. (4-30-21)
Oakland Chinatown Community Leader AttackedA well-known Oakland Chinatown leader who has been vocal about attacks on Asian Americans was attacked himself. Carl Chan is president of the Oakland Chinatown Chamber of Commerce. Da Lin reports. (4-30-21)
Bay Area Reacts to India COVID Travel BanThe U.S. is banning almost all travel from India as COVID rages in the country. Bay Area families are concerned about getting cut off from loved ones. Wilson Walker reports. (4-30-21)
Mental Health and the Coronavirus PandemicCBSN Bay Area discusses the additional challenges facing the mental health system due to the pandemic – and what’s being done to address those challenges.
Gilman Interchange ProjectCBSN Bay Area traffic reporter, Gianna Franco, talks to the Alameda County Transportation Commission about the upcoming Gilman Interchange construction project and how it will affect traffic.
Many Bay Area Residents Facing Voluntary or Mandatory Water-Use RestrictionsTeam coverage of officials in a majority of the Bay Area looking at voluntary or mandatory water restrictions due to drought conditions (4-30-2021)
Gilman Interchange Project Begins This WeekendBeginning in May, Caltrans will begin a major overhaul of a busy traffic interchange in Berkeley on Gilman Ave. at Interstate Highway 80. Gianna Franco reports.
Latest California Unemployment NumbersFormer EDD Director Michael Bernick says the latest report shows the economy is finally starting to pick up
Road to Recovery: Economists Say It's a Good Time for JobseekersEconomists say that, even with high unemployment numbers, it’s a great time to be looking for work. Susie Steimle reports. (4-29-21)
San Jose Police Nab One of Two Suspects in Brazen Car-Invasion RobberiesSan Jose police arrested a suspect and are searching for a second man in connection with smash-and-grab purse thefts across the Bay Area. Maria Medina reports. (4-29-21)
Dog Rescued From Tight Space Between San Francisco BuildingsIf all good dogs go to heaven, one San Francisco pooch tried to get there multiple times, only to be rescued in spectacular fashion. Andria Borba reports. (4-29-21)
Bay Area Football Phenom Najee Harris Drafted by SteelersOn Thursday afternoon during the NFL draft it took a little longer than he hoped but Najee Harris, the leading rusher in Bay Area preps history, finally had his NFL dreams come true. Andrea Nakano reports (4-29-21)