Led by members of the Pleasanton Police Department, teachers from Donlon Elementary School in Pleasanton held a rolling parade through their students' neighborhoods Wednesday, lifting spirits and eliciting smiles and waves from students and families sheltering at home because of the coronavirus pandemic. (4/1/20)

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Raw Video: Teachers From Donlon Elementary in Pleasanton Parade Through Students' NeighborhoodsLed by members of the Pleasanton Police Department, teachers from Donlon Elementary School in Pleasanton held a rolling parade through their students' neighborhoods Wednesday, lifting spirits and eliciting smiles and waves from students and families sheltering at home because of the coronavirus pandemic. (4/1/20)
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Wednesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeOn the first day of April, expect clear skies and highs in the upper 50s along the coast, to the upper 60s inland. Conditions will remain dry on Thursday and Friday, but rain returns this weekend. Mary Lee has the forecast. (4/1/20)
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Bay Area Counties Extend Coronavirus Shelter-In-Place Order Through May 3The Bay Area shelter-in-place order is extended until May 3, but now it will come with stricter social distancing guidelines to further flatten the curve of COVID-19 spread. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-31-2020)
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Health Officials Using New Stats To Track New Coronavirus Cases In CaliforniaState officials are using new statistics to track COVID-19 patients in California. Wilson Walker reports that Los Angeles has five times more new cases than the Bay Area.
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Clinical Psychologist Gives Tips For Coping With Long-Term Coronavirus LockdownWith schools and businesses in the Bay Area closed until at least May 1 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, people are finding new ways to cope with the long-term lockdown. Juliette Goodrich reports. (3-31-2020)
Grocery Stores COVID-19 Safety Faces Scrutiny After Third South Bay Worker Gets SickKiet Do reports on levels of risk mitigation being done at grocery stores amid coronavirus pandemic (3-31-2020)
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After Layoffs, East Bay Steakhouse Caters To First Responders Working In IsolationA high-end steakhouse in the East Bay was forced to lay off dozens of workers due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the kitchen remains hard at work catering to police and fire dispatchers working in isolation. Don Ford reports. (3-31-2020)
After Layoffs, East Bay Steakhouse Caters To First Responders Working In IsolationA high-end steakhouse in the East Bay was forced to lay off dozens of workers due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the kitchen remains hard at work catering to police and fire dispatchers working in isolation. Don Ford reports. (3-31-2020)
SF Dentists Court Risk Of COVID-19 Contamination To Treat Emergency PatientsWhen California banned all non-urgent medical procedures, a lot of dental offices closed down. But as John Ramos reports, a few stayed open to handle dental emergencies, even though they are some of the highest risk healthcare workers in the country.
SF Dentists Court Risk Of COVID-19 Contamination To Treat Emergency PatientsWhen California banned all non-urgent medical procedures, a lot of dental offices closed down. But as John Ramos reports, a few stayed open to handle dental emergencies, even though they are some of the highest risk healthcare workers in the country.
Bay Area Health Officials Extend And Expand COVID-19 Shelter-In-Place OrderDevin Fehely reports on changes in the new extended shelter-in-place order to reduce the spread of coronavirus (3-31-2020)
US Open Stadium Converted To Hospital As New York State Coronavirus Cases Keep SurgingWith more than 75,000 coronavirus cases in New York state, the home of the US Open is being converted into a field hospital to ease the strain on the healthcare system. CBS News' Elise Preston reports. (3-31-2020)

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