Shoppers working for the delivery app Instacart are planning a picket on Monday citing the need for protective safety equipment and higher pay as business surges during the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Nielsen reports. (3/30/20)

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Instacart Shoppers To Stage Nationwide Strike Over Coronavirus ConcernsShoppers working for the delivery app Instacart are planning a picket on Monday citing the need for protective safety equipment and higher pay as business surges during the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Nielsen reports. (3/30/20)
KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapA quick roundup of news and sports plus a glance at the weather forecast with Devin Fehely and Darren Peck. (3-29-20)
SF Using Moscone Center, Hotels To House Homeless During Coronavirus PandemicMoscone West will become a homeless shelter and the city will make a big push for more testing. Wilson Walker tells us the goal is to protect one vulnerable population without endangering another.
Gov. Newsom, San Jose Mayor Praise Sunnyvale Plant Refurbishing VentilatorsCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo addressed the media after a tour of Bloom Energy in Sunnyvale where hundreds of older ventilators are being refurbished as part of the statewide battle to contain the coronavirus outbreak. (3-28-20)
Thieves Party In San Mateo Co. Restaurant Closed During Coronavirus Shelter-In-PlaceA restaurant in San Mateo County that was closed during the shelter-in-place due to the coronavirus was trashed by thieves who partied at his business, the owner said. (3/27/20)
San Jose Officials Issue Dire Prediction Of Nearly 2,000 Coronavirus DeathsOfficials in San Jose issued a dire prediction on the coronavirus pandemic, saying that nearly 2,000 would die from the virus in Santa Clara County over the next several weeks. Jackie Ward reports. (3/27/20)
Coronavirus Update: Newsom Orders State Beach Parking Lots ClosedGov. Gavin Newsom has ordered all parking lots at state beaches closed and told people to exercise in their own neighborhoods in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Jackie Ward reports near the Pacifica Pier, which is also closed. (3/25/20)
Coronavirus Update: 25 Cases Involve People Tied To StanfordStanford University announced Tuesday that 25 people with ties to the university have tested positive for the coronavirus. (3/25/20)
New Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Site Set Up In HaywardStarting Monday, hundreds of people will be able to get tested for coronavirus thanks to the Hayward Fire Department jand a lab in Menlo Park, and there is no referral needed. Jackie Ward reports you most likely need one to have one specific symptom in order to get the free test. (3/23/20)
Coronavirus Pandemic: Scripps National Spelling Bee PostponedThe Scripps National Spelling Bee set for late May has been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak. (3/20/20)
Bay Area Class Of 2020 Coming To Grips With Coronavirus School Year FinalityBay Area students in the class of 2020 are trying to adjust to the possibility that schools will stay shut down for the remainder of the school year. Len Ramirez reports. (3/18/20)
Las Vegas Strip Goes Dark As Nevada Orders Shutdown Of Casinos Over CoronavirusThe famed Las Vegas Strip became a ghost town early Wednesday after the governor of Nevada ordered all casinos to be shut down for 30 days to stop the spread of coronavirus. Hector Mejia reports. (3/18/20)
Zanotto’s Market Offers San Jose Seniors Exclusive Shopping Time During Coronavirus ShelteringZanotto's Market in the Willow Glen neighborhood of San Jose is looking out for its senior customers in a special way. They want to give this vulnerable population a designated time to shop for groceries while the store is in its cleanest state. (3/17/20)
Monterey Bay Aquarium Offers Live Views Of Wildlife Amid OutbreakThe Monterey Bay Aquarium is closed until at least March 27th due to the coronavirus outbreak, but that's not stopping it from getting creative to entertain guests online. (3/17/20)
Coronavirus Shelter-In-Place Begins In 6 Bay Area CountiesTo slow the spread of coronavirus, residents in six Bay Area countries have been told to shelter in place and only businesses deemed essential are open under a new shelter-in-place order that took effect Tuesday. Jackie Ward reports. (3/17/20)
Bars, Restaurants Scramble To Comply With Gov. Newsom's Orders To Slow CoronavirusBars and restaurants across California are scrambling to comply with Gov. Gavin Newsom's directives to close or reduce the capacity of establishments to help slow the spread of coronavirus. Jackie Ward reports. (3/16/20)
Oakland Panthers Playing Inaugural Game Amid Coronavirus ShutdownOn a weekend where coronavirus concerns have shut down all major pro sports for the forseeable future, there is one Bay Area battle that will go on; the Oakland Panthers inaugural Indoor Football League game against the visiting Iowa Barnstormers in an empty Oakland Arena Saturday. (3/12/20)
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San Carlos Officials Answer Residents' Questions About Local Hotel Housing Cruise Ship PassengersSan Carlos officials answered some questions residents might have following an announcement by state officials Wednesday that some passengers from the Grand Princess cruise ship, which was carrying people with the coronavirus, will temporarily stay at a San Carlos hotel. Maria Medina reports. (3-12-20)
SFO Impacted By Coronavirus As Trump Enacts Travel Ban On Europe FlightsMany ticket counters at San Francisco International Airport were empty amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. On Wednesday, President Donald Trump unilaterally banned most travel from Europe for 30 days, a decision that was slammed by European leaders. Jackie Ward reports. (3/12/20)
Chase Center Faces Calls To Cancel Events Amid Coronavirus OutbreakAmid growing concerns about large gatherings amid the coronavirus outbreak, the Chase Center in San Francisco is facing pressure to cancel events. The arena hosted a Warriors game Tuesday night. Jackie Ward reports. (3/11/20)

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