BART unveiled a 15-step plan Wednesday to renew passenger confidence in the safety of riding public transit amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The county will continue with "current restrictions" because they have seen "a large increase" in the number of new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in the past week.
Reverend Johnnie Clark with Word Assembly Church in East Oakland said it's a matter of life and death.
A total of 48 homeless people died, compared to 14 during the same time period last year.
The number of Bay Area cases last week was nearly 40% higher than the week before.
Although the state has outlined the four phases for reopening during the pandemic, Bay Area counties have opted to go at their own pace.
More than three dozen employees at a fish-packing plant in Morgan Hill have tested positive for the coronavirus. Lusamerica Foods is located on Railroad Avenue not far from Highway 101.
A McDonald’s restaurant in Oakland was closed Tuesday after roughly two dozen workers went on strike.
Some San Francisco businesses will be allowed to operate on city sidewalks, streets or parks thanks to a new program being launched by the city's COVID-19 Economic Recovery Task Force.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord released details of the new health and safety measures, including the use of new advanced technology systems to protect guests and employees.
Supervisors in various counties want to extend the moratorium on evictions.
The city said it is also developing a program that could allow using parking spaces for alfresco dining and shopping spots.
On this Memorial Day, Bay Area residents found the coronavirus may change tradition, but it won't stop it. Even if it means memorializing in masks.
The combination of a three-day weekend and spectacular weather brought out the crowds in San Francisco. Even some of the normally foggy parts of the city are enjoying a sunny day. The city's message for everyone is to enjoy, but enjoy safely.
Santa Clara County is expanding its testing to people without symptoms and the county launched new testing sites on Monday.
A group of black religious leaders plans to assemble at noon Monday to promote sticking with virtual worship services during the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
People normally celebrate the unofficial start to summer with family and friends, barbequing and having backyard parties but not this year with the coronavirus pandemic.
Mendocino County public health officials said Sunday that six more people who participated in a Mother’s Day service at Assembly of God Church in Redwood Valley contracted the virus, raising the number of cases to nine and making the outbreak responsible for a third of local infections.
Crab fishermen say Saturday's 4-alarm fire left them devastated. They were already hit hard by COVID-19 and restrictions around the shelter-in-place.
Sonoma County’s new health order went into effect Saturday at midnight.