San Jose City Council Weighs 'Hero Pay' For Grocery WorkersKatie Nielsen reports on San Jose officials considering mandated hazard pay for workers at chain grocery stores during the pandemic (2-2-2021)
Mission Neighbors Want SF To Fix Dangerous Intersection After Dog Is Nearly KilledSome neighbors in San Francisco are pleading for safety measures after a dog was nearly killed in a hit-and-run accident. Don Ford shows us why they say the intersection of Cesar Chavez and Forest Street is so dangerous.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Approval Slips As Recall Effort GrowsAs supporters of a recall campaign against Gov. Gavin Newsom get closer to their signature goal, a new poll finds the governor's approval rating has dropped below 50%. Kenny Choi reports. (2/2/21)
COVID: OUSD, Parents Plan Safe Reopening As In-Person Classes Resume In South BayAs in-person learning resumes in the South Bay, Oakland school board members held a virtual meeting with parents to discuss reopening on Monday night. Maria Medina tells us the board wants parents' input on how to get students back to campus safely.
COVID: Biden Administration's New Mask Rules Take Effect For TravelersThe Biden administration's new mask rules for travelers just took effect. Andria Borba reports on what you need to know if you are planning on taking a trip.
COVID: SF's First Neighborhood Vaccination Center Opens In Mission DistrictSan Francisco launched its first neighborhood vaccine site on Monday. John Ramos visited the center located in the heart of the Mission District.
San Jose Mayor, Others Call For Removal Of Controversial Thomas Fallon StatueDevin Fehely reports on growing calls to take down statue of San Jose's first mayor Thomas Fallon (2-1-2021)
COVID Restrictions: Santa Clara Co. Youth Sports Teams Slam New RestrictionsWhile the state's stay-at-home order has been lifted, youth sports teams in Santa Clara County are criticizing new guidelines put in place by local health officials. Kiet Do reports. (1/27/21)
Bay Area Sikh Protest Outside SF Indian Consulate; Continue Calls for Sovereign NationDozens of demonstrators gathered outside the Indian Consulate in San Francisco on Tuesday. John Ramos reports more here.
COVID Business: Reopening Relief Tempered By Fears Of Rising Cases, HospitalizationsGovernor Newsom's lifted California's shelter-in-place order on Monday, and while the move is good for business, Andrea Borba tells us, not everyone is on board.
Team Coverage: California Lifts COVID Stay-At-Home OrderCiting increased ICU capacity and improved case numbers, state officials lifted the stay-at-home order on Monday. Allen Martin reports on the state's decision. Juliette Goodrich reports on how East Bay restaurants are preparing to resume outdoor dining. (1/25/21)
Anti-Abortion Demonstrators March in Downtown San FranciscoThe annual Walk for Life event in San Francisco coincides with the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion. Da Lin reports. (1-23-21)
Washington DC Friday News WrapCBS reporter Skyler Henry takes a look at a busy day on Pres. Biden's second full day in office. (1-22-21)
COVID: Bay Area Doctors Seek Action On Pandemic From Biden AdministrationAction on the COVID-19 pandemic from President Joe Biden can't come soon enough for Bay Area doctors, as California faces issues with its vaccine rollout and a new threat from a variant of the coronavirus. Andria Borba reports. (1/20/21)
Biden Presidency Fuels Hope After Chaotic Vaccine Rollout In San FranciscoSan Francisco lawmakers are pinning their hopes on President Biden to address the chaotic vaccine rollout and shortages. Wilson Walker tells us why they are optimistic.
Bay Area Watches As Oakland's Kamala Harris Sworn In As Vice PresidentKenny Choi reports on varied reaction from Bay Area residents to inauguration of Biden/Harris administration (1-20-2021)
President Biden Signs Executive Orders, Swears In Officials After Swearing InNatalie Brand reports on Biden Administration quickly getting to work after inauguration ceremony (1-20-2021)
Bay Area Restaurants Honoring Kamala Harris On Eve Of InaugurationSome Bay Area restaurants are honoring Vice-President Elect Kamala Harris on the eve of the Inauguration. Betty Yu reports on the tributes to the Oakland native.
Wine Country Business Coalition Sues Gov. Newsom To ReopenA coalition of restaurants and business is suing Gov. Newsom. Andrea Borba tells us they are demanding the state allow them to reopen so they can stay afloat.
COVID: SF Website Vaccine Sign-Up Crashes On Launch Day; Doses Running OutSF Mayor Breed warns doses of the COVID-19 vaccine may run out by Thursday. Andria Borba tells us the city's vaccine sign-up website crashed the day it was launched.
Oakland Proud: Kamala Harris Steps Into U.S. HistoryLong before Kamala Harris walked onto a Delaware stage for her historic acceptance speech as Vice Presiden-elect she was a daughter of California and the Bay Area. Jeff Nguyen reports (1-18-21)
Napa Businessman Arrested After Deputies Discover Assault Rifles and ExplosivesA Napa business owner is being held on a $5 million bail after investigators found illegal guns and explosives at his business and home. Da Lin reports. (1-17-21)
Vice President-Elect Harris Invites Oakland Restaurateur to InaugurationDerreck Johnson, founder of the Home of Chicken & Waffles restaurant in Oakland, is packing his bags for a trip to Washington D.C. He grew up with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-15-21)
Project Home: Proposed Tax On Large Corporations Seeks To Address California Homelessness CrisisA proposal introduced in California's legislature seeks to address California's worsening homelessness crisis by taxing large corporations. Susie Steimle reports. (1/13/21)