Local Congress members Jackie Speier and John Garamendi questioned the decision by Navy Secretary Thomas Modly to oust Capt. Brett Crozier, a Santa Rosa native, from his command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt over a leaked memo. Juliette Goodrich reports. (4-4-20)

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San Francisco Releases Phased Reopening Plan Spanning SummerSan Francisco mayor London Breed outlined on Thursday steps to reopen more of the city’s businesses in the coming weeks. Andria Borba reports. (5-28-20)
Sonoma County Hits Brakes on Reopening PlanSonoma County health officer Dr. Sundari Mase announced there will be no more advances in resuming economic activity during the next two weeks. Don Ford reports. (5-28-20)
SF Mayor London Breed Outlines Phased Plan to Reopen City BusinessesSan Francisco mayor London Breed outlined on Thursday steps to reopen more of the city’s businesses and allow additional activities in the coming weeks and months. (5-28-20)
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Reopening: Diocese of Santa Rosa Green Lights Sunday Services In Defiance Of Local Health OfficialsDiocese of Santa Rosa Green Lights Sunday Services In Defiance Of Local Health Officials
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How Health Experts Calculate Rate Of COVID-19 Infection As Testing Ramps UpWith more texting, experts say we can expect more cases. The changing numbers and trends in various counties can lead to confusion. Kenny Choi tells us what data health experts are using to get the total picture.
BART Releases Plan To Manage Social Distancing SystemwideBART is preparing for the return of its riders with more people going back to work. Wilson Walker gives us a look at the transit agency's plan to manage social distancing throughout its system.
CoCo County Residents Dealing With Heat Wave During Partial LockdownWith much of the Bay Area under a heat advisory, residents in many communities are dealing with this heatwave under a partial lockdown. Andria Borba is in Contra Costa County where people are getting creative to beat the heat.
State Close To Releasing Reopening Guidelines For Gyms And Yoga StudiosDon Ford reports on North Bay gym owners anxious to reopen after COVID-19 shelter order (5-27-2020)
SJ Slows Pace To Reopen While Other Communities Ease COVID-19 RestrictionsThe nation has passed a tragic milestone in the coronavirus pandemic with an estimated 100,000 lives lost. That comes as many California communities are loosening restrictions. Len Ramirez is in San Jose where officials are warning to slow down.
Meals On Wheels Volunteers Check On Older Tri-Valley Residents During Heat WaveKatie Nielsen reports on volunteers with Meals on Wheels doing welfare checks during rounds in Tri-Valley heat (5-27-2020)
Napa Hair Salons And Barbershops Reopen For First Time In Over Two MonthsKiet Do reports one Napa salon owner's busy first day back cutting hair since the COVID-19 shutdown started (5-27-2020)
Sonoma County Will Wait Before Reopening Salons And BarbershopsJoe Vazquez reports on Sonoma County health officials announcing they will wait to open hair salons and barbershops (5-26-2020)
Family: Police Not Focused On Finding Missing Boy At Discovery Park On Memorial DayA tragic turn in the case of a boy who vanished when a fight broke out Memorial Day at Discovery Park. The boy's body has been found, but Marissa Perlman reports, his family says officers were more focused on the fight, than the missing boy.
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