Rob Roth is a reporter at KTVU
For San Francisco Giants fans arriving at Oracle Park Friday for the Giants home opener, what a difference a year makes.
An East Bay hairstylist who lost her job because of COVID is now opening up her own salon, due in large part to the generosity of community members.
Solano County health officials say they are no longer concerned about moving down into the most restrictive purple tier. But they say their COVID metrics just aren't good enough to move out of red yet.
Two East Bay high school students are among the winners of C-SPAN's national documentary competition called StudentCam.
"FEMA has offered their support to keep the site open and is in discussions with the state, "an aide to Vice President Kamala Harris confirmed.
Even before the doors opened, families lined up outside the Children's Discovery Museum Of San Jose Friday morning.
A Bay Area restaurant is tearing down ethnic barriers while introducing some Arab foods and culture.
Some Bay Area school districts are welcoming students back into classrooms. And some are not.
In the past year, the Alameda County Food bank has gone from serving one in five county residents to one in four.
Some parents are unclear about the Oakland Unified School District's plan for high school students next year.