San Francisco To Provide 'Community Learning Hubs' For Children In NeedJohn Ramos reports on plans to set up community learning hubs to help kids in need with remote schooling (7-28-2020)
Venerable Fairfax Bar Peri's Forced To Close Amid PandemicDon Ford reports on long-running Fairfax drinking establishment Peri's announcing it is closing for good due to coronavirus pandemic (7-28-2020)
Giants Host Home Opener In Empty Oracle ParkDennis O'Donnell reports on the Giants hosting home opener amid MLB outbreak (7-28-2020)
Fear Grips Major League Baseball as Virus Puts Reopened Season in DoubtThere's much uncertainty and some fear in the ranks of Major League Baseball, as coronavirus spreads through one team’s clubhouse. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-27-20)
Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Hit With New Round of LayoffsThe Santa Cruz Seaside Company which runs the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, has announced it has laid off about a third of its full-time workers because of financial impacts from the pandemic. Len Ramirez reports. (7-27-20)
Participants Sought in Clinical Trial of COVID-19 VaccineThe fight against COVID-19 marked a major milestone on Monday as the final trial involving an experimental vaccine began in the United States. Allen Martin reports. (7-27-20)
CoCo County Officials Consider Fines For Face Covering ViolatorsYou may have to pay up if you're not wearing a face mask in Contra Costa County. KPIX 5's Juliette Goodrich has more on the new ordinance. (7-27-20)
Protesters Call For Release Of More Inmates Amid Prison COVID-19 OutbreakElizabeth Cook reports on protesters chaining themselves outside governor's residents over ongoing COVID outbreak in California's prisons (7-27-2020)
Raw Video: Governor Newsom Announces $52 Million Program To Improve COVID Testing In Central ValleyGovernor Gavin Newsom Monday announced a $52 million program to target 8 Central Valley counties with improved COVID testing procedures and strike teams to respond to surging infection rates in the region.
Owner of Shuttered Mountain View Restaurant Sued by Landlord for Missed RentA restaurant owner on the Peninsula is being sued by his landlord for failing to pay rent even though the business has been closed since March. John Ramos reports. (7-26-20)
Despite High Infection Count, San Mateo County Stays Off State COVID-19 Watch ListBy state guidelines, San Mateo County might have been forced onto the COVID-19 watch list last Monday but that didn't happen -- great news for gym and salon owners on the Peninsula but cause for frustration in the South Bay. Wilson Walker reports. (7-25-20)
KPIX Investigation: Paycheck Protection Program Vulnerable to FraudThere’s still more than $1 billion left to hand out in the Paycheck Protection Program. What does it take to qualify? For some applicants, not much. Maria Medina reports. (7-24-20)
Valencia Street in SF Mission District Goes Car-FreeA car-free Valencia Street has energized a neighborhood hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Betty Yu reports. (7-24-20)
Oakland Leaders' Plea to 'Give the Lake a Break' Largely Ignored, Neighbors SayOakland city council members and health officials reminded people to avoid large gatherings but many residents feel the city needs to take more action. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-24-20)
San Francisco Sees Success With New Coronavirus Testing-Tracking ProgramA new COVID-19 testing and tracking program is underway to prevent outbreaks in Chinatown -- one of the city's most vulnerable communities. Sharon Chin reports. (7-24-20)
Amid COVID-19 Surge Oakland Officials Plead for Social Distancing at Lake MerrittThe number of positive COVID-19 cases is skyrocketing in east Oakland and health officials say large gatherings at Lake Merritt are a big factor. Da Lin reports. (7-24-20)
Alameda County Sheriff's Deputy Dies of COVID-19After weeks in the hospital a much-loved member of the Alameda County Sheriff's Office died from complications of COVID-19. Don Ford spoke with Oscar Rocha's wife and fellow officers on Friday. (7-24-20)
San Jose Placed on National Virus Outbreak Watch ListWhite House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx told a group of state and local health officials about a concerning rise in coronavirus cases in 12 cities, which includes San Jose. Mayor Liccardo isn't sure why. Devin Fehely reports. (7-24-20)
Gov. Newsom Outlines New Safeguards To Protect Essential WorkersCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom explains new safeguards being introduced by the state to help protect essential workers and reduce the spread of COVID-19 (7-24-2020)
Oakland Zoo Set to Reopen Next WeekAfter being closed for four months, the Oakland Zoo will reopen next week and it will look a little different after implementing health and safety protocols. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-23-20)
Homebound Pandemic DIYers Put Pinch on Lumber SuppliesWith so many people forced to remain housebound, there's been a rush on home-improvement materials -- specifically milled lumber. Da Lin reports. (7-23-20_
Trump Pulls GOP Convention From Florida, Adjusts Stance on Schools ReopeningCiting surging COVID-19 cases, the president announced he was canceling his acceptance speech event in Jacksonville. Natalie Brand reports from the White House. (7-23-20)
New Alameda COVID-19 Testing Center Overwhelmed, Closes on First DayA pop-up testing site which opened in Alameda on Wednesday abruptly shut down because it was inundated with people trying to get tests. Andria Borba has the latest. (7-23-20)
New Quick Result Alameda COVID Testing Site Temporarily ClosedMichelle Griego reports on the brand new COVID-19 testing site in Alameda being forced to close on its second day of operation due to insurance issues (7-23-2020)

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