Rob Roth is a reporter at KTVU
One day after Governor Gavin Newsom beat back efforts to recall him, two Bay Area democratic lawmakers say it is time to fix what they say is a broken system.
An East Bay mother is already planning what she'll do in her new three-bedroom home in Walnut Creek as she waits for construction to begin.
Doctors working in intensive care units around Northern California say they've noticed a recurring theme among many of their COVID patients.
On this Labor Dy, dozens of day laborers fanned out across Sn Francisco's Excelsior District urging people to get the COVID vaccination.
120,000 passengers are expected through San Francisco International Airport over the Labor Day weekend. That's about three times the number of passengers as last year, but still about half of what it was before COVID-19.
Head Start is currently shut down at the Tassafaronga Recreation Center in the heart of East Oakland.
Summer concerts at Stern Grove will end on Aug. 29, with the band Tower of Power taking the stage.
The mandate that went into effect on midnight makes San Francisco the only city in the country to allow fully vaccinated people inside restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms, and venues.
Beginning Friday, San Francisco will become the only city in the U.S. to restrict indoor dining to those who provide proof of vaccination against COVID.
Spojmie Nasiri, an immigration attorney born in Afghanistan, is working hard to help those in danger leave the country.