Hard-Hit Santa Clara County Move Ahead With Plans To Reopen More Segments Of EconomyStarting Friday, Santa Clara County, the hardest hit of all Bay Area counties in the coronavirus pandemic, announced plans to open manufacturing and retail curbside pickup with modifications. Devin Fehely reports. (5/18/20)
Salon Owners Rally To Demand They Be Included In Next Stage Of Reopenings In CaliforniaSalon owners rallied Monday at the State Capitol in Sacramento, demanding they be included in the businesses being allowed to reopen.
California Program To Provide Undocumented Workers Financial Assistance Overwhelmed By ApplicantsCalifornia's program to give financial assistance to undocumented workers got off to a rocky start Monday. The 800 number for people to register apparently couldn't handle the call volumes and most callers got a busy signal that lasted all day. Len Ramirez reports. (5/18/20)
Two Local Medical Experts Weigh In On Bay Area ReopeningA pair of disease specialists discuss the importance of testing and tracing during the Bay Area's reopening process (5-18-2020)
President Trump Says He Is Taking Hydroxychloroquine As A Preventive MeasureNatalie Brand reports on President Trump confirming that he is taking hydroxychloroquine and zinc to prevent COVID-19 (5-18-2020)
RAW: Gov. Newsom And Dr. Ghaly Give Update On Next Stages Of Health Order ModificaitonsCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom and Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Michael Ghaly give the latest information on the state's progress in the coronavirus pandemic (5-18-2020)
Coronavirus: Eased COVID-19 Restrictions Came Too Late for Many Bay Area Dining FavoritesEased COVID-19 Restrictions Came Too Late for Many Bay Area Dining Favorites
Coronavirus: San Francisco Bay Area businesses prepare to reopen as COVID-19 restriction easeSan Francisco Bay Area businesses prepare to reopen as COVID-19 restriction ease
Pandemic Business Falloff Claims Pleasanton-Based Specialty's Cafe & BakerySpecialty's Cafe & Bakery, a Pleasanton-based chain that had locations around the West Coast and as far away as Chicago, announced Sunday it is going out of business after 33 years. Betty Yu reports. (5-17-20)
Non-Essential Businesses Anticipate Partial Reopening Monday in Marin CountyBeginning Monday, so-called non-essential businesses in the North Bay will be able to serve the public again even if it’s just to bring items out to the curb. John Ramos reports. (5-17-20)
Study Paints Troubling Picture of Bay Area Poverty Before Coronavirus OutbreakA new study on poverty in the Bay Area gives a picture of economic inequality, race disparities and financial insecurity millions face in the region. Devin Fehely reports. (5-17-20)
Coronavirus: San Francisco man turns to Facebook ad to line up virtual dates during the pandemicSan Francisco man turns to Facebook ad to line up virtual dates during the pandemic
Coronavirus: Businesses uncertain curbside pickups will help them surviveBusinesses uncertain curbside pickups will help them survive
Napa Valley Pizza Chef's Online Cooking Demos Draw Global AudienceA celebrated Napa Valley chef offered a simple online cooking class to draw business to his pizza restaurant and it has become so popular that people now tune in from around the world. John Ramos reports. (5-16-20)
Anti-Lockdown Protesters Call for Livermore Mayor to Reopen CityAnti-lockdown protests have been sprouting up across the country and California in recent weeks. On Saturday that protest movement came to Livermore. Wilson Walker reports. (5-16-20)
Lake Tahoe Reopens to Local BoatersAs Memorial Day weekend approaches, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency began a phased approach to allow boats with “Tahoe Only” stickers back on the lake. Kristen Simoes reports. (5-16-20)
Oakland Crackdown on Parking at Lake Merritt Reduces Weekend CrowdsOakland began cracking down on violators who ignored a ban on weekend parking beside Lake Merritt. Da Lin reports. (5-16-20)
Research Indicates Coronavirus May Enter Body Through EyesIn addition to keeping your hands washed and face covered, you need to "keep an eye" on your eyes. Devin Fehely reports. (5-16-20)
REMOTE WORKPLACE: A new survey shows that remote working with linger long after pandemic endsA new survey shows that remote working with linger long after pandemic ends
UCSF Health Workers Return From COVID-19 Frontline Fight in New YorkHealthcare teams who battled the coronavirus in New York -- including one from UCSF -- are featured in a CBS documentary airing Friday night on KPIX 5. Maria Medina reports (5-15-20)
San Francisco Shop Owners Prepare for Restricted Reopening MondayAs long as COVID-19 indicators in San Francisco continue to show progress in slowing the spread of the virus, retail businesses will be able to open for storefront pickup and delivery starting May 18. Kenny Choi reports. (5-15-20)
Carmel Restaurant Defies Coronavirus Lockdown OrderThe Tuck Box restaurant in Carmel-by-the-Sea is being fined for violating the shelter-in-place order by allowing table service and serving customers without masks or social distancing. Len Ramirez reports. (5-15-20)
North Beach Restaurants Ask City to Close Streets for Al Fresco DiningRestaurants and businesses in San Francisco's North Beach say they need breathing room and the North Beach Business Association has voted unanimously to do just that. Andria Borba reports. (5-15-20)
Marin County Grapples With Budget ShortfallBudget deficits are mounting for Bay Area counties. Marin County is scrambling to get into a long line of local governments looking for funding relief. Wilson Walker reports from San Rafael. (5-15-20)

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