Thursday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect some showers and a possible thunderstorm on Thursday, with highs in the 50s and 60s. Friday should be dry, but showers are again possible this weekend. Mary Lee has the forecast. (3/26/20)
CORONAVIRUS: San Jose Fairmont Employees Send A Sign A Love To Community During Coronavirus OutbreakSan Jose Fairmont employees lit up the night sky with a message of love to local residents enduring the coronavirus outbreak
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Senate Passes $2 Trillion Economic Rescue Package, Largest Relief Bill In U.S. HistoryAfter days of negotiation and flaring tempers, the Senate approve a $2 trillion economic stimulus package to help workers and businesses impacted by the coronavirus. CBS News' Natalie Brand reports. (3-25-2020)
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8 Bay Area Counties Extend School Closure Through May 1 Due To CoronavirusGovernor Gavin Newsom did warn parents that kids may not return to school until fall. On Wednesday was a sign that it might actually become reality as school districts in the Bay Area announced school closures, at least until May 1st. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-25-2020)
Stanford Health Expert: Hospitalization Figures, Not Positive Cases, Best Indicator Of COVID-19Santa Clara County may have seen its largest single-day increase in positive COVID-19 cases, but one Bay Area doctor said Wednesday the number that gives a better sense of what is happening with the pandemic are the hospitalizations. Maria Medina reports. (3-25-2020)
2nd SFPD Officer, Work Partner Of SVU Sergeant, Tests Positive For CoronavirusA second San Francisco police officer assigned to the Special Victims Unit has tested positive for coronavirus, SFPD said Wednesday. The individual is the partner of the first officer who tested positive on Tuesday. Joe Vazquez reports. (3-25-2020)
Oakland Pitmaster Serves Up Free BBQ To Families Affected By CoronavirusOakland pitmaster Matt Horn of Horn Barbecue and a team of volunteers offered free, smoky and meaty meals to families affected by the coronavirus pandemic on Wednseday. (3-25-2020)
Oakland Pitmaster Serves Up Free BBQ To Families Affected By CoronavirusOakland pitmaster Matt Horn of Horn Barbecue and a team of volunteers offered free, smoky and meaty meals to families affected by the coronavirus pandemic on Wednseday. (3-25-2020)
Coronavirus Shelter-In-Place Presents Challenges For Disabled People, CaregiversThe shelter-in-place order is keeping people who have disabilities from getting some of the services they need, especially when they must now stay home without their caregivers. Juliette Goodrich reports. (3-25-2020)
Jefferson Award Winner: Tamra PetersThis week's Jefferson Award winner is Marin County resident Tamra Peters Resilient Neighborhoods (3-25-2020)
Mortgage Payment Relief, Increased Unemployment Funds Among Items In Massive $2 Trillion Coronavirus Economic Package BillThe relief package being hammered out in the U.S. Senate would provide $10 billion in federal funds for California. Andria Borba reports on where the money would be going. (3/25/20)
San Jose City Council Proposes Extended Paid Sick Leave During Coronavirus OutbreakThe coronavirus pandemic could be spurring a needed benefit for San Jose workers: extended paid sick leave. An estimated 35% of San Jose workers don't have any paid sick leave, with women, blacks and Latinos particularly at risk, city officials said. Len Ramirez reports. (3-25-2020)
San Francisco Hospitals Prepare For Spike In Coronavirus CasesWilson Walker reports on slowing rate of COVID-19 spread giving San Francisco officials more time to prep (3-25-2020)
Silicon Valley Firm Refurbishing Old Ventilators For Use In Coronavirus PandemicSunnyvale-based Bloom Energy, a maker of high-tech fuel cells, is taking old ventilators and refubishing them for use during the coronavirus pandemic. Kiet Do reports. (3/25/20)
Wednesday Evening Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenThe next good chance of rain could come again this weekend, with a little more sunshine in between the showers. (3-25-2020)
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Researchers Worldwide Collaborate To Fast-Track A Coronavirus VaccineScientists around the world are committing entire labs to creating a vaccine. Last week, researchers in Washington state conducted their first human vaccine test. Another vaccine being developed in Maryland is showing positive results after a few weeks of trials. (3/25/20)
San Francisco Man Says 80s AIDS Crisis Feels Far Different From Coronavirus PandemicThe Bay Area has become one of the hot spots for the coronavirus, but it’s not the first time doctors here have faced a menacing outbreak. One man who lived through the AIDS outbreak in the 80s says both crises feel quite different. John Ramos reports. (3-25-2020)
Oakland Airport Gate Worker Tests Positive For CoronavirusA gate agent who works at Oakland International Airport has tested positive for coronavirus, airport officials said Wednesday.  Ken Bastida reports. (3-25-2020)
Self-Employed Cosmetologists Seek Answers About Coronavirus Unemployment AidAs millions file for unemployment due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are some who don't know if they qualify for the government's help. CBS Sacramento's Julie Watts reports. (3-25-2020)
National Guard Troops Give Help At Contra Costa-Solano Food BankJohn Ramos reports on vital assistance East Bay food bank got from deployed National Guard (3-25-2020).

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