Ann Rubin is a reporter based out of the KTVU South Bay bureau.
Authorities believe smoking materials are to blame for setting a Walnut Creek senior care facility ablaze Thursday afternoon.
In Santa Clara County young people have the lowest rate of vaccination, and also the highest rate of COVID infection.
Santa Clara County officials announced that one million residents have now received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
A vaccination clinic at San Jose City Hall on Friday targeted the homeless population.
After a year of isolation and Zoom services, many churches are now welcoming back their congregations in person for Holy Week.
Starting April 1, all Californians 50 and older are eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Starting on Wednesday, Alameda County joins San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Marin counties in the second least restrictive category under the state's color coded system.
For nearly three hours Friday, Santa Clara County's newly formed Hate Crimes Task Force listened to input from community groups in the hopes of addressing a recent spike in hate crimes.
Counties believe they will be able to maintain more control of the vaccination process on the local level thanks to some new agreements.
Santa Clara County officials canceled vaccination appointments for thousands of Kaiser Permanente members blaming limited supplies from the state.