The push to inoculate Americans against the coronavirus is hitting a roadblock: A number of states are reporting they are running out of vaccine, and tens of thousands of people who managed to get appointments for a first dose are seeing them canceled.
Three weeks since Election Day and work still continues at election offices around the Bay Area to certify votes.
In a news release on Friday, Dupuis said the number of affected voters was at most 160 and said 22 of the ballots mistakenly taken home had been recovered by his staff.
The recent election led to a new level of inclusion on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors
The defeat leaves schools and community college without a prospect of additional long-term revenue while they're facing a pandemic that has hit low-income communities particularly hard, and potentially years of funding cuts and slow economic growth.
For the first time in years, many liberals say they are proud to display the American flag.
Fife helped organize the Moms 4 Housing battle that helped homeless mothers last November take over a house in West Oakland on the idea that "housing is a human right."
Greg Liggins reports.
The liberal Bay Area cheered with glee now that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are going to the White House.
By Keith Burbank, Bay City News Service
A KTVU crew visited three neighborhoods in San Francisco to speak with voters before and after former Vice President Joe Biden's speech Friday night.
Amber Lee reports.
The emergency department usually sees 185 patients a day. But Dr. Silka says that number could go up to 210.
Out of all the firsts, the one he’s proudest is being the first openly bisexual state legislator.
The news website, Open Vallejo, recently exposed Hakeem Brown's criminal history that included domestic violence and gun convictions.
The seeming incongruence does not undermine voters’ recent shift away from the get-tough practices of the past.
Votes are still being tabulated in San Francisco and it appears voters there have approved creating a new city department and are willing to spend more money to make the changes they say the city needs.
Proposition 22, which exempts Uber, Lyft, Instacart and other companies from California labor law AB5, passed on Tuesday as the most expensive ballot measure in California history.
Presented by KTVU's Alex Savidge. Originally aired on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
Proposition 24 includes provisions to triple the fines for companies that violate kids' privacy and will create a dedicated state agency to enforce the law that was passed in 2018.