Stock markets in the United States are closed for Good Friday.
Bay Area food banks are seeing more hungry families and fear it's only going to get worse after the immediate coronavirus crisis.
A San Jose woman is marking her one-year anniversary of beating cancer on Thursday. Her loved ones did not want her to celebrate that milestone alone.
California lawmakers want a fuller accounting of Gov. Gavin Newsom's plan to buy 500 million protective masks, with a top budget official on Thursday seeking details on how the state will distribute the masks and ensure they are good quality.
A high-school senior is paying back his fifth-grade teacher who is immunocompromised by delivering her healthy foods as she is sheltering at home during the pandemic.
Advocates say there's an imminent and concrete risk that people with disabilities, like those who rely on ventilators, could face supply rationing and discrimination during the coronavirus pandemic.
A volunteer-based group called 'Shield Our Heroes' is making and donating personal protective equipment to healthcare and public service workers around the Bay Area.
Two small business owners economically squeezed by restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic are revamping their operations. They’re now focusing on serving those on the front lines.
The owners of a small business in San Jose that was burglarized over the weekend claim more than $20,000 worth of masks, gloves, and sanitizer were stolen.
Seven residents have died at a Hayward nursing home after testing positive for the coronavirus, Alameda County health officials said Thursday.
San Francisco Unified School District is gearing up to get kids back in the virtual classroom. The plan was rolled out Thursday with some long lines and logistical problems.
“I’ve never seen a volume like this.” Those are the words of an Atlanta ICU nurse working long shifts to treat COVID-19 patients.
Twitter fights, a public war of words, dozens of lawsuits—it's no secret there's no love lost between President Trump and California Gov. Gavin Newsom. But, the coronavirus pandemic has prompted a change in both their tunes.
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A group of inmate advocates on Thursday urged county officials to close Santa Rita Jail in Dublin as the number of people infected with COVID-19 hit 12.
The U.S. Labor Department says 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment in the last week; a number so sobering that it's hard to contemplate.
President Donald Trump and the White House Coronavirus Task Force held the update during the afternoon of Thursday, April 9, 2020.
The United States Postal Service offers a free service that lets you track incoming mail on its way to your home.
A federal judge in San Francisco on Wednesday ordered U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to release four immigrants with serious medical problems from administrative detention because of the danger of COVID-19 coronavirus infection.