Pacifica, Half Moon Bay Want Out-Of-Town Beachgoers To Stay Home This July 4The mayors of Half Moon Bay and Pacifica have a message for out-of-towners, this Fourth Of July holiday: Stay home. Maria Medina explains why.
As Infection Rate Soars at San Quentin, Deceased Inmate Tests Positive for COVID-19San Quentin has surpassed 1,100 coronavirus infections among prisoners and staff with seriously ill convicts being transferred to ICU units across the Bay Area. Juliette Goodrich reports. (6-29-20)
Oakland City Concilwoman Proposes Converting Coliseum Parking Lot to Drive-In TheaterOakland council member Rebecca Kaplan and others are working with the Coliseum authority to install massive screens in the parking lot of the Coliseum to show movies and live baseball to socially-distanced fans. Don Ford reports. (6-29-20)
Hotel Rooms for Homeless Remain Empty as Nearby Camps RemainWhen the coronavirus pandemic hit, officials knew it could be a disaster if it spread among the homeless so the state-leased hotels for them. Why are so many rooms still empty? John Ramos reports from Alameda County. (6-29-20)
San Quentin Prison Officials Halt Prisoner Transfer After New COVID-19 Cases ConfirmedKenny Choi reports on prison officials struggling with growing San Quentin coronavirus outbreak (6-27-2020)
Contra Costa County Officials Rethink Reopening TimelineAfter several weeks of what felt like moving forward, Contra Costa County is rethinking its reopening timeline. Wilson Walker reports. (6-27-20)
Santa Clara County to Enter Next Phase of Reopening as San Francisco Hits the BrakesSanta Clara County residents learned Friday that the community was poised to enter the next reopening phase by the end of next week. Maria Medina reports. (6-26-20)
Troubling COVID-19 Surge Prompts Pause in San Francisco ReopeningWith COVID-19 cases rising again San Francisco is backtracking on its reopening plans. Andria Borba reports. (6-26-20)
Researchers Turn to 'Pool Testing' to Track Coronavirus OutbreaksWith the surge in coronavirus cases in 16 states including California, there's talk of a change in strategy. The hope: to regain the upper hand on this virus that's wreaking so much havoc. Elizabeth Cook reports. (6-26-20)
San Jose Ends Program to House Homeless in TrailersAfter spending two months and more than $1.3 million repairing dozens of dilapidated state-owned trailers for homeless residents, San Jose is dismantling the temporary shelter site. Len Ramirez reports. (6-26-20)
Muir Woods Set to Reopen Monday With RestrictionsMuir Woods National Monument will reopen to the public on Monday -- one of the last sites in the National Park Service to welcome people back after closing because of the coronavirus. Don Ford reports. (6-26-20)
Contra Costa County Reassesses Reopening TimelineContra Costa County is being monitored by the California Department of Public Health after a concerning increase in coronavirus hospitalizations. Wilson Walker reports. (6-26-20)
RAW: San Francisco Mayor Talks About Pausing COVID-19 ReopeningSan Francisco Mayor London Breed discusses delaying planned openings for city due to rise in coronavirus cases (6-26-2020)
Santa Cruz County Reopens Beaches As Coronavirus Cases SurgeAmid a spike in coronavirus cases, Santa Cruz County reopened its beaches to the public on Friday. Kiet Do reports. (6/26/20)
RAW: Gov. Newsom and CDPH Director Dr. Angell Give Update On State's COVID-19 ResponseCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom and California Department of Public Health Director Dr. Sonia Angell discuss spiking coronavirus cases in the state, particularly Imperial County (6-26-2020)
Uncertainty Abounds Among California Parents, Teachers Making Plans for New School YearThere’s no summer break for educators this year as they try to make a plan for the fall. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-25-20)
San Francisco Restaurants Report Mixed Results After ReopeningKPIX 5's Kenny Choi revisits several San Francisco restaurants to see how business has picked up in the past two weeks. (6-25-20)
San Quentin Prison Officials Grapple with COVID-19 OutbreakIn about three weeks, San Quentin has gone from zero to more than 500 cases of the coronavirus as of Thursday afternoon. It is estimated some 1 in 8 inmates has COVID-19. Wilson Walker reports. (6-25-20)
Oakland Cuts Red Tape to Ease Outdoor Dining for Restaurant ReopeningsNow that Oakland has approval from the county to allow outdoor sit-down dining, the mayor said she’s not wasting any time getting started. Don Ford reports. (6-25-20)
Vallejo’s Six Flags Discovery Kingdom To Open Without RidesThe Six Flags Discovery Kingdom amusement park in Vallejo is reopening next week but rides will not be operating and the amount of visitors will be kept well below capacity, park officials announced Thursday. (6/25/20)
State Officials Weigh Options as COVID-19 Numbers SpikeThe numbers are up but what does the uptick in coronavirus infections mean for California reopening plans? Andria Borba reports. (6-25-20)
Raw Video: Newsom Announces New COVID-19 Modeling Website, Open Source Tools For ‘Citizen Scientists’Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday announced a new COVID-19 modeling website as well as new open-source tools designed to help California residents understand the data informing local health departments and empower what he called “citizen scientists.”
Many Covid-19 Cases Traced To Construction SitesConstruction crews in Santa Clara County have been working since getting the green light to return on May 4 as pandemic restrictions loosened. County public health officials now say a third of the county's 89 workplace-related outbreaks since then have come from construction sites. Andria Borba reports
Coronavirus Cases Increasing In Santa Clara CountyAs coronavirus cases in California are soaring, Santa Clara County is on the watchlist. Maria Mediina has the numbers.

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