Doctors Warn Coronavirus Outbreak At San Quentin Could Be CatastrophicCases of COVID-19 continue to increase by the day, with 1-in-8 inmates falling ill to the disease. Andrea Nakano tells us doctors are warning the outbreak at The Q could be catastrophic.
Newsom Implores Californians To Follow COVID-19 Guidelines As Cases Spike To Record LevelsAs coronavirus cases spike to record levels in California and other states, Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday implored Californians to redouble their efforts to keep themselves and others safe by strictly following the current state guidelines on sheltering, social distancing, wearing face masks and washing their hands. Anne Makovec reports. (6/24/20)
President Trump Insists County Winning War Against COVID-19Skyler Henry reports on U.S. health officials expressing less optimism as President claims victory over the coronavirus (6-24-2020)
Peninsula Lawmaker Wants To Make COVID-19 Mask Violations Subject To FineWith the number of coronavirus cases on the rise, a Peninsula lawmaker wants stricter enforcement of the state's mandatory mask law. As Joe Vazquez reports, violators would be subject to steep fines.
Institutional Racism Widely Seen As Contributing To Coronavirus Infections Among BlacksThe African-American community is taking a huge hit from COVID-19 and a testing event at an East Oakland church on Tuesday was shedding light on the way institutional racism is helping to spread the coronavirus. John Ramos reports. (6/23/20)
Santa Rosa Moves Forward With Clearing Homeless Encampments Under Freeway OverpassesDon Ford reports on city officials planning to move ahead with clearing of homeless encampments after COVID-19 delays (6-23-2020)
Few Masks, No Social Distancing At Arizona Student Rally For President TrumpNatalie Brand reports on President Trump speaking at a rally organized by students in Arizona where few coronavirus safety measures were visible (6-23-2020)
Surge in COVID-19 Cases Prompts State Officials to Consider Rolling Back ReopeningAs California hit a 3,792 COVID-19 hospitalizations over the weekend, Gov. Newsom warned Monday that tougher restrictions could once again be enforced. Maria Medina reports. (6-22-20)
BART Considers Ways to Boost Ridership as Economy ReboundsBART is still operating at slightly more than 10 percent of normal ridership. So the question is: what will it take to make people comfortable to ride the train again? John Ramos reports. (6-22-20)
San Francisco Museums Allowed to Reopen June 29Museums all across San Francisco have been waiting to reopen for months and now a surprise phone call from the mayor's office gives them the green light. Don Ford reports. (6-22-20)
South Bay Hair Stylists Push to ReopenSanta Clara County is taking some heat from barbers and hair stylists for not opening up quicker. Devin Fehely reports. (6-22-20)
RAW: Dr. Ghaly And Gov. Newsom Give Update On State's COVID-19 ResponseDr. Mark Ghaly and Gov. Gavin Newsom give update on California's progress in responding to the coronavirus pandemic (6-22-2020)
New San Francisco Mural Pays Tribute To Hospital Workers During Coronavirus LockdownKiet Do reports on new mural outside San Francisco's Zuni Cafe thanking hospital workers amid COVID-19 lockdown (6-22-2020)
President Trump Criticized For Coronavirus Testing Comment At Tulsa RallySkyler Henry reports on White House claiming President Trump's Tulsa comment on COVID-19 testing was tongue in cheek (6-22-2020)
Pleasanton Shuts Main Street to Traffic to Allow Al Fresco DiningMain Street in downtown Pleasanton was closed to vehicle traffic so businesses could take advantage of the new outdoor-dining rule. Da Lin reports. (6-20-20)
Gov. Newsom Issues Sweeping Mask MandateCalifornia on Thursday started requiring people throughout the state to wear face coverings in most indoor settings and outdoors when distancing isn't possible. Andria Borba reports. (6-18-20)
What To Do If You Get Caught In A Rip CurrentDangerous rip currents are a constant hazard at California beaches. Kenny Choi shows us what to do if you get caught in one.
Hair Salons, Barber Shops Get OK To Open In Contra Costa CountyThe Contra Costa Health Officer has amended the county's health order to allow hair salons and barbers to reopen for business beginning Wednesday morning. They must follow state health guidance to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. Juliette Goodrich reports. (6/17/20)
Officials See Spike Of Coronavirus Cases In Texas, FloridaManuel Bojorquez reports on possible link between spiking COVID-19 cases in Texas and Florida and bars (6-17-2020)
Study Says Steroid Dexamethasone Shows Promise As Treatment For COVID-19A widely available steroid known as Dexamethasone is showing promise as a treatment for coronavirus. Rachel Kim breaks down the results of a new study.
Bay Area Zoos Facing Financial Crisis Due To COVID-19 ShutdownBay Area zoos are seeing their budgets stretched to the breaking point during the shutdown. Devin Fehely tells us that even when the reopen, they will still be in dire straits financially.
San Jose Dismantles Trailer Park Built To House Homeless During COVID-19 ShutdownHomeless advocates are wondering why San Jose is dismantling a trailer park the city built to house elderly homeless people during the COVID-19 shutdown. Len Ramirez asked city leaders for answers.
Activists, Inmates Call For Action In San Quentin COVID-19 OutbreakMichelle Griego reports on San Quentin inmates calling for more help, early release amid coronavirus outbreak (6-16-2020)
Newsom Says Response to Virus is Working, Cautions Against ComplacencyCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday outlined the progress the state had made during the coronavirus pandemic while warning that the state was “not out of the woods.” Andria Borba reports. (6-15-20)