Jesse Gary is a reporter in the KTVU South Bay bureau
It’s back to the normal routine for roughly 1,100 middle school students in the Los Altos School District. In-person learning resumed Monday, as part of the district's overall plan to return to normalcy.
District officials said their employees have made use of Santa Clara County’s “no wrong door” policy. It allows them to get vaccinations through the county, a private health care providers, or clinic.
Indoor sports in California can soon resume after Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by two high-school athletes.
Sutter Health says they're postponing 90,000 second dose appointments across Northern California due to supply constraints.
Newsom toured Barron Park Elementary and read to children inside classrooms equipped with appropriate COVID safety measures. His appearance was part of an administration push to safely reopen schools.
Warmer weather coinciding with the weekend is creating an intoxicating mix for many Bay Area residents tired of COVID restrictions. Residents in two counties are, for the first time in weeks, enjoying their first Friday with the ability to go out for indoor dining.
At a news conference Thursday afternoon, the mayor pushed an idea he first floated in his newly formed nonprofit “Solutions San Jose.
No timetable was announced for the closure, but the company statement said it had ceased regular operations and began an orderly wind-down process Wednesday.
An elite South Bay group is poised to gain seven new members Saturday.
Santa Clara County is poised to become the third in the Bay Area to expand COVID-19 vaccination eligibility. Officials said they’ll take that step on the last day of the month.