Jana Katsuyama has been with the KTVU news team since 2007, reporting for the Ten O'Clock News and covering events as far away as wildfires in Southern California and the 2011 Touhoku earthquake and Fukushima nuclear disaster, where she reported from Tokyo. She has received multiple Emmy awards and nominations, as well as honors from the Associated Press. She previously worked at WDTN in Dayton, Ohio and KBJR in Duluth Minnesota. She has been an active volunteer, emceeing and working for more than a dozen Bay Area community and non-profit organizations, as well as her alma mater Oberlin College. She is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association and a former board member of the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences Northern California and Ohio chapters.
The typical holiday rush took on a different tone this year, with the pandemic and restrictions intended to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Stores and restaurants had to get creative and turn to take-out dinners, online orders, and curbside pickups.
San Francisco police identified a man shot by police during a confrontation along Market Street last week, as well as the two officers who shot him.
The GSA letter was sent as Michigan certified their election results Monday showing Biden as the winner of that swing state.
Many California businesses are wondering how they will stay afloat with a worsening COVID situation, including restrictions.
The president elect's transition team says a lack of coordination from the Trump administration could put the COVID-19 vaccine's distribution at risk.
Starting Friday, Contra Costa County imposed new restrictions on indoor retail and gyms while telling some bars and other businesses to close.
The Pfizer vaccine requires storage at extremely cold sub-70-degree Celsius temperatures.
Under the new red tier restrictions, bowling alleys, indoor family entertainment centers, and pools must close. Outdoor bars without food also must close. Retailers must return to just 50% capacity, shopping mall food courts to 25%, while gyms and fitness centers are set at 10%.
There is a pervasive sense among current and former GOP officials that the president's behavior is irresponsible if not dangerous, but a divide has emerged between those influential Republicans willing to call him out publicly and those who aren't.
On election night, however, experts say the nation must be patient because there is a good chance no winner will be declared on Nov. 3.