San Francisco Unified School District announced on Friday that the district and the teachers union have tentatively agreed to get some of its youngest students back in the classroom starting April 12.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, some are still looking to find unconventional ways to treat or prevent the virus. The latest - taking the drug ivermectin, which the FDA is now warning against.
Feeling like your allergies have been getting worse the past few years? A new study suggests that climate change is making pollen seasons longer and more intense.
"When we took office 45 days ago, I promised the American people that help was on the way," Biden said. "Today, I can say we have taken one more giant step forward in delivering on that promise."
The California Department of Health has concluded that everyone who got vaccinated on March 1 at the Oakland Coliseum is OK, despite possibly receiving a less-than-optimal dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
The bill cleared by a party-line vote of 50-49 after a marathon overnight voting session and now heads back to the House for final passage, which could come early next week.
Senators worked through the night on the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 aid bill and have approved the package with a 50-49 vote. The bill is on track to pass in the House next week.
Nine great apes at the San Diego Zoo have received their coronavirus vaccine.
After laboring through the night on a mountain of amendments — nearly all from Republicans and rejected — bleary-eyed senators approved the sprawling package on a 50-49 party-line vote.
As Blue Shield takes over vaccination operations in California, it may force the end of some community clinics.
Outdoor music and sports venues, along with theme parks, will be able to partially reopen starting April 1, announced Friday by the California Department of Health and Human Services.
Preschool teacher Camila Santos said she's had nothing but trouble trying to nail down an appointment on state's online registry.
Goodwill Industries on Friday announced the immediate closure of eight of its stores in the East Bay and that it’s laying off 61 employees due to the pandemic’s economic impact.
The CDC released a study that found states that issued mask mandates saw a decrease in COVID-19 cases, but when those same states allowed relaxed restrictions last year, they saw a subsequent increase in new infections.
Officials in Santa Clara County are calling it a "supply crisis." There are simply not enough vaccines to meet demand. And they say this week their allotment from the state was even less than expected.
Find out what's open in each Bay Area county amid restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beginning April 1, counties within the state’s red tier and better can reopen amusement parks and attendance at outdoor sporting events with limited capacity.
An estimated 200 doses were missed at Golden Gate Fields, where a drive-thru clinic operates in the north parking lot.
The clinic at the Aloha Roller Rink, which opened Friday, is located in an area of the Santa Clara County, which has seen some of the highest rates of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths.
U.S. employers added a robust 379,000 jobs last month, the most since October and a sign that the economy is strengthening as confirmed viral cases drop, consumers spend more and states and cities ease business restrictions.