June 15 is just about here. What does that mean for reopening California's economy and will we be wearing masks?
At the Oakland Museum Of California, Friday was opening day, or rather re-opening day.
San Francisco will be shuttering the mass COVID testing site at piers 30 and 32 on Tuesday and the reason for doing so is a good thing.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed an executive order that will lift most of the state's coronavirus rules.
The documentary shows how volunteers rallied to provide whatever people needed, such as thousands of pounds of food, and delivery drivers for house-bound recipients.
Piers 30-32 in San Francisco was one of the first mass testing sites for COVID in the country.
Two people on a fully vaccinated Celebrity Millennium cruise are isolating aboard the ship after testing positive for COVID-19.
Come June 15, Matthew DeVincenzi, whose family has owned the bowling alley since 1985, says he'll be able to fill every lane with bowlers.
California's workplace regulators have reversed themselves for the second time in a week. They withdrew a controversial masking regulation late Wednesday.
This means that fully vaccinated people can ditch their face masks in most situations, but there are some exceptions.
California's economy is poised for a post-COVID comeback even faster than the rest of the nation. But one obstacle could be standing in the way: a lack of available workers. The construction industry, in particular, is feeling that shortfall.
Brides and grooms-to-be are making up for time lost to the pandemic shut down. The wedding industry, worth hundreds of millions of dollars to the Napa and Sonoma County economies, was reduced to almost nothing the past year.
In the global race to vaccinate people against COVID-19, Africa is tragically at the back of the pack.
Businesses are gearing up for June 15, the target date Governor Gavin Newsom set for a full reopening of the state's economy. While that date is rapidly approaching restaurants and bars still have a lot of work ahead of them to get ready.
The board’s decision to adopt rules that are stricter than the pending state guidelines has put Gov. Gavin Newsom in an awkward position as the state nears what he promised would be a full reopening.
Kaiser Permanente officials announced Tuesday that they are expanding COVID-19 vaccine trials to include children ages 5-11 in Oakland, Santa Clara and Sacramento.
The CDC updated its travel guidance this week to say vaccinated Americans can now travel with a lower COVID-19 risk to dozens of more countries.
Mass COVID-19 testing sites have been underway since the outbreak of the delta coronavirus variant in southern China.
The historic East Brother Light Station, Richmond's oldest structure, has found a temporary solution to restore power to the bed and breakfast that operates within the light station after its 30-year-old submarine cable broke in April.
Alameda County has changed the methodology behind how they record coronavirus deaths, causing its fatality figures to decrease by 25%.