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'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.
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.
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.
Alameda County has changed the methodology behind how they record coronavirus deaths, causing its fatality figures to decrease by 25%.
Health officials say the data shows that when it comes to COVID and a host of other factors, school is the safest place for kids.
Seniors from Phillip and Sala Burton Academic School in San Francisco were finally together again.
Tuesday is the deadline for employers in Santa Clara County to verify who among their workforce is vaccinated or they could be subject to a hefty fine. The Silicon Valley Chamber Coalition is requesting the deadline to be pushed back.
Memorial Day weekend has always been a big draw in Wine Country, but after wildfires on top of COVID, there is a lot riding on the next three days for wineries, restaurants, and hotels.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had previously recommended that people wait at least 14 days after getting the COVID-19 vaccine to get vaccinated against other preventable illnesses.
It’s another sign of normalcy returning to one Peninsula city. Streets closed for outdoor dining during the pandemic may reopen sooner than anticipated. The idea has some restaurant owners and retailers divided.
San Francisco's mayor unveiled a new plan aimed at revitalizing Union Square, with the aim of bringing visitors back to the city.
Some parents are planning private proms for their children in the class of 2021. They booked a location, hired security guards, secured liability insurance, and did everything else that goes into organizing a high school prom.
With $12-million in school funding on the line, a group of state legislators is calling out the San Francisco Unified School District. They say the district took advantage of reopening dollars, without actually reopening in-person learning to enough students.
It's a big night for Bay Area sports fans. The Golden State Warriors are getting ready for a one game play in; the winner goes on to the playoffs, the loser goes home.
Marin County is reporting its first COVID-19 death in a month. The patient was older than 65, active and otherwise healthy, but unvaccinated.
Masako Miki of Berkeley says her focus on public art is a way to reach people from all walks of life. The Japanese artist is part of a new campaign in Oakland's Chinatown to help communicate a message of coming together.
Cal-OSHA’S board heard hours of testimony on Thursday, ahead of possible workplace COVID-19 rule changes.