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Bay Area Residents Hit Parks, Beaches; Most Try to Keep Their DistanceAs cooped-up Bay Area residents ventured out to experience a surfeit of sunshine, Memorial Day weekend crowds at beaches and parks were mostly manageable Sunday. Joe Vazquez reports. (5-24-20)
Worshippers Maintain Social Distancing at Drive-Up Church ServicesMany seeking fellowship have found a seemingly-safe way to attend church services without violating social-distance guidelines. Devin Fehely reports. (5-24-20)
Guerneville Residents Wary as Tourist Influx Tests Social-Distancing DemandsFor business owners in downtown Guerneville, this weekend should be the kickoff to the summer tourist season. This year, that's something a lot of locals are not interested in. Wilson Walker reports. (5-23-20)
Hundreds Protest at State Capitol in Sacramento Against Stay-at-Home OrderHundreds of protesters rallied outside the state Capitol on Saturday to demand that Gov. Gavin Newsom lift his restrictions on business, religious gatherings and other activities. (5-23-20)
Coronavirus: Solano County residents enjoy first dine-in restaurant meals since mid-MarchSolano County residents enjoy first dine-in restaurant meals since mid-March
UCSF Volunteer Team Helps Navajo Nation Fight COVID-19 OutbreakA team of UCSF volunteer doctors and nurses is lending a helping hand in the Four Corners, where Navajo Nation has been especially hard-hit by the coronavirus outbreak. Elizabeth Cook reports. (5-22-20)
Holiday Travelers Challenged by Plethora of COVID-19 RestrictionsIf you're not sure where you can go and what you can do when you get there this weekend, you're not alone. Andria Borba reports from Pacifica. (5-22-20)
Santa Clara County Promised Testing for All, Delivered Frustration for SomeSanta Clara County's message to residents was clear: if you want a test you can get one. The reality was more complicated and confusing. Devin Fehely reports. (5-22-20)
Businesses Struggle to Lure Back Laid-Off Workers Who Earn More on UnemploymentIn California workers earning less than $43,000 per year are receiving more from state and federal unemployment. Some employers trying to reopen are finding the offer of full-time work a tough sell. Len Ramirez reports. (5-22-20)
San Francisco to Reopen Modified Summer Camps and Programs in JuneS.F. mayor London Breed announced Friday that the city’s summer camps and youth programs would reopen on June 15 with some modifications limiting capacity and certain activities to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Kenny Choi reports. (5-22-20)
San Jose State Honors 2020 Grads With Commencement WebsiteWith normal graduation ceremonies on hold due to the coronavirus, San Jose State University is honoring the Class of 2020 with a special website. Call it a virtual graduation. Kiet Do reports. (5-22-20)
Sonoma County Moves Deeper Into Phase 2 of ReopeningUnder the new rules, more businesses such as dine-in restaurants and shopping malls will be able to reopen under state guidelines that call for social distancing. Wilson Walker reports from Petaluma. (5-22-10)
'COVID-19 Park Ambassadors' Hand Out Free Masks at Oakland's Lake MerrittA holiday weekend and warm weather are conspiring to test the limits of social distancing at Oakland's Lake Merritt. Da Lin reports. (5-22-20)
Governor's Coronavirus Noon Update - Reporter QuestionsIn Yountville on Friday, Gov. Gavin Newsom answered questions from the news media at his coronavirus update. (5-22-20)
Governor's Coronavirus Noon Update - Impact on VeteransGov. Gavin Newsom appeared Friday at the Veterans Home in Yountville ahead of the Memorial Day holiday and saluted California Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Vito Imbasciani and his staff for keeping the state's over 2,000 veterans protected. (5-22-20)
Liam’s List: Your Guide To Fitness, Food, Fun, Staying Connected While Social DistancingYour Guide To Fitness, Food, Fun, Staying Connected While Social Distancing
REOPENING: Santa Clara becomes last San Francisco Bay Area county to move to Phase 2 on FridaySanta Clara becomes last San Francisco Bay Area county to move to Phase 2 on Friday
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND: Local authorities worry holiday weekend revelers will forgo social distancingLocal authorities worry holiday weekend revelers will forgo social distancing
Bay Area Parks Brace for Big Holiday Weekend CrowdsAhead of the Memorial Day weekend where crowds of people are expected to take advantage of relaxed shelter-in-place restrictions, keeping up the social distancing could be a challenge. Andria Borba reports. (5-21-20)
San Francisco's Iconic LGBTQ Bar 'The Stud' Falls Victim To Coronavirus PandemicBar owners across San Francisco have been warning that the ongoing shelter-in-place rules are putting them in danger of extinction. The shutdown has now permanently closed a piece of city history.
San Jose Steps Up Face Mask Requirements but Police Balk at Citing OffendersUnder a new Santa Clara county public health order which takes effect Friday residents must wear a face covering on public transit and at any business -- even if it's outdoors. Len Ramirez reports. (5-21-20)
Dentists Face New Challenges Keeping Staff, Patients Safe from COVID-19Dentist offices around the Bay Area are reopening for non-emergency work and patients will find a new normal when they visit. Don Ford reports. (5-21-20)
Santa Clara County Calls for 1,000 Volunteers for Contact-Tracing TeamSanta Clara County called on residents Thursday to volunteer for its COVID-19 coronavirus contact tracing team with a goal of getting at least 1,000 tracers. Elizabeth Cook reports. (5-21-20)
COVID-19 Claims Higher Share of California LatinosCalifornia's Hispanic community is testing positive for the novel coronavirus in higher numbers. Kenny Choi breaks down the latest numbers. (5-21-20)

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