CBSN Bay Area interviews Art Maxwell, whose blood donations have reached over 40 gallons.

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Super Blood DonorCBSN Bay Area interviews Art Maxwell, whose blood donations have reached over 40 gallons.
MEDICAL MONDAY: Coronavirus ClustersCBSN Bay Area interviews Dr. Malathi Srinivasan with Stanford Health Care, to discuss the study that identified six different types of COVID-19 clusters.
Mission To MarsCBSN Bay Area interviews David Des Marais, astrobiologist with NASA Ames Research Center, about the mission to Mars.
Coronavirus Stimulus PackageCBSN Bay Area interviews Kimberly Palmer, personal finance expert at NerdWallet, about how the stimulus package could affect consumers
Winchester Mystery Tours Amid CoronavirusCBSN Bay Area talks to Walter Magnuson, General Manager of the Winchester Mystery House, about the new outdoor 'Walk with Spirits Tour' that kicked off this week.
Coronavirus Outbreak: The Pandemic and Book PublishingNovelist Donna Levin talks to CBSN Bay Area about how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting book publishing.
DMV Changes Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area's Gianna Franco breaks down the many changes happening at your local DMV as we all continue to adjust to the coronavirus pandemic.
Developments On The CoronavirusCBSN Bay Area interviews Dr. David Relman, infectious diseases expert and microbiologist at Stanford Medicine, about the Oxford vaccine candidate and just how deadly COVID-19 can be.
Unemployment In California Amid CoronavirusCBSN Bay Area talks to former state EDD director, Michael Bernick, about the latest unemployment numbers and what they mean.
San Francisco Creates Art Space For City's YouthCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese interviewed Phil Ginsburg, the general manager of the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, about the Geneva Car Barn and Powerhouse in the Excelsior neighborhood. $14 million renovations are complete in a project to give San Francisco's youth a space to create art.
Some Delaying Medical Care Due To COVID-19Dr. Junaid Khan, from Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, talks to CBSN Bay Area about why patients are delaying their medical needs due to the coronavirus.
Investing Online Amid The Coronavirus PandemicCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese talks with Anthony Soto, CEO of San Francisco-based finance tech firm "SoFi", about how online investing has taken off during the pandemic.
Looking Into The Twitter HackAnChain.AI founder & CEO Victor Fang, Ph.D. talks to CBSN Bay Area about his San Jose block-chain security company filing an investigation report into the hack.
MEDICAL MONDAY: California's Battle With Coronavirus TestingCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese talks to Stanford Healthcare's Dr. Yvonne Maldanado about the challenge in the state's battle against the coronavirus and its impacts.
The Coronavirus Pandemic's Effects on the Latinx CommunityCoronavirus has hit the Latinx community especially hard during the pandemic. CBS News is shining a light on the issue in the upcoming documentary 'Pandemia: Latinos In Crisis'. CBS News contributor Maria Elena Salinas joins CBSN Bay Area with a preview.
CA Unemployment Claims Jump Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area interviews Michael Bernick, an employment attorney at Duane Morris and former director of the state’s Employment Development Department, talks about the claims and what this means.
Bay Area Native Raphael Saadiq Gives Back Amid the Coronavirus PandemicAward-winning singer, song writer and producer, Raphael Saadiq, talks to CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese. Saadiq is returning to his hometown of Oakland to give back. He's hosting the "Feed Your City Challenge" on Saturday July 18th. Volunteers will provide groceries and PPE equipment to up to 3,000 people via a drive-thru lane.
San Jose State University To Operate Hammer Theatre For 35 YearsCBSN Bay Area talks to Chris Burrill, Executive Director of the Hammer Theatre, and Brenda Gutierrez, a San Jose State graduate, about the new deal and what this means.
Tax Day 2020: Deadline TipsCBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego talks with Kimberly Palmer with NerdWallet about tips for last-minute filers.
MEDICAL MONDAY: CDC Coronavirus GuidelinesStanford Healthcare's Dr. Neha Narula talks to CBSN Bay Area about what you need to know about the latest measures.
Guide Dogs For The Blind Takes Annual Day Camp Virtual Amid COVID-19San Rafael's Guide Dogs for the Blind is holding its annual summer camp virtually this year. Ethan Edwards is one of the campers and talks to CBSN Bay Area about what it's like so far.
California's COVID-19 SpikeStanford Healthcare's Dr. Malathi Srinivasan talks to CBSN Bay Area, about the increase in coronavirus cases and how it may be difficult to control at this time.
CraftWork Sees Surge in Tech Workers Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe future of work as we know it is changing. Silicon Valley tech workers are migrating out of cities as they get the green light to work from home for extended periods of time. CraftWork founder, Jim Heid, talks with CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese has more on this shift in the workforce and how this could lead to overall lifestyle changes.
MEDICAL MONDAY: Road to Reopening CA Amid The Coronavirus PandemicCBSN Bay Area's Anne Makovec interviews Stanford Healthcare's Dr. Maja Artandi about the spike in COVID-19 cases as more counties begin reopening.

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