Rob Roth is a reporter at KTVU
San Francisco Department of Public Health says their goal is to vaccinate every resident for the novel coronavirus by June 30, 2021. The news came Wednesday during a special hearing called by a city supervisor.
Mayor London Breed said so far the city has only received a total of 102,825 doses for both the first and second shots. But that will not cover the approximately 210,000 people in the city's highest priority group which includes frontline workers and people 65 and older.
People across the Bay Area found safe ways to honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday, even in the middle of the pandemic.
Alameda is about to launch a new program where the city will pay one local restaurant a week to prepare 90 hot, nutritious meals for people who are homeless or escaping domestic violence.
BART is planning to fill six vacant BART police officer positions with trained, but unarmed, social workers.
Oakland city leaders are fine-tuning a plan to have two to three fewer fire engines able to respond to emergencies each day.
The Mill Valley City Council is urging Gov. Gavin Newsom to reconsider the ban on outdoor dining under the state's COVID-19 stay-at-home order.
The opening of a community-oriented grocery store in West Oakland was the first time in almost 50 years that a market selling fresh fruits and vegetables had opened in the neighborhood.
For dancers and audience members alike, perhaps one of the biggest jos of ballet are the costumes. But at the San Jose Dance Theater, most of its costumes are now gone.
A Sonoma man lost five members of his family, including all three of his young children in what he said was a blink of the eye.