COVID-19 has infected more than 1,600 inmates at San Quentin and another 200 state prison employees. So far, there have been seven inmate deaths and more are testing positive for the coronavirus.
A San Francisco aquarium is asking to reopen its doors as it faces mounting debts because of COVID-19. The Aquarium of the Bay is in a bind because they can't simply close the doors and walk away just because visitors aren't allowed in.
Though national unemployment claims dipped a little bit since last week, we're still looking at more than 1.3 million layoffs; the 15th straight week of unemployment of over a million a week.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday will provide an update on the state's wildfire preparedness and response efforts in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Public health officials, advocates spoke at San Quentin State Prison on Thursday regarding COVID-19 outbreak.
NIAID aims to enroll thousands of volunteers in large-scale clinical trials intended to protect people from COVID-19.
The mayor took to Twitter to share her results after announcing a day earlier she was possibly exposed to the virus at an event.
Starbucks has announced that customers and employees will be required to wear face masks when they enter stores beginning July 15.
As UC Berkeley reported a large spike in coronavirus cases, University officials say that frat parties where people didn't follow basic safety measures are to blame.
Infections in El Dorado County have more than doubled over the past three weeks to more than doubled to 280. Half of those are in South Lake Tahoe.
A Highland Park woman was allegedly so mad that a man removed his face mask in a north suburban Costco that she yelled she had COVID-19 before spitting in his face, police said.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield clarified Thursday that the agency would not be revising their guidelines, but instead offering “different reference documents” for local governments and school districts to review as they begin to determine whether they can safely reopen schools this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The persistently elevated level of layoffs are occurring as a spike in virus cases has forced six states to reverse their move to reopen businesses. Those six — Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Michigan and Texas — make up one-third of the U.S. economy.
Napa is among 26 California counties on a state watch-list for rising COVID rates.
Stanford was already facing some difficult financial choices as it tried to support one of the nation's largest athletics departments.
Newsom on Wednesday talked a lot about hospital capacity, surge capacity, the need for more qualified people to assist in the more rural and overloaded places across the state.
Tom Vacar reports.
Brooks Brothers, the 200-year-old company that dressed nearly every U.S. president, is filing for bankruptcy protection.
The state of California is launching a campaign to encourage more people to shop at small businesses in July.
California is seeing a resurgence in infections and hospitalizations from the virus as more than 277,000 cases have been reported so far.