San Francisco is preparing to welcome back one of its largest conventions. Salesforce's Dreamforce is returning to the Moscone Center next Tuesday.
A city on the Peninsula has put the brakes on plans to require proof of vaccination even if you’re dining outside.
UCSF professor of emergency medicine explains how children's COVID vaccines provide a path toward unmasking and minimizes learning loss.
To keep kids in school, one Bay Area County is sending home free COVID test kits to students and staff. Nine schools in Marin County are part of a pilot program with the California Department of Health, that could become a model for schools across the state.
Three full months since the state formally reopened, movement around the Bay is still very much a slow, recovering work in progress.
Contra Costa County has issued a countywide health order requiring patrons to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a recent negative test in restaurants, gyms, and other indoor businesses where there's elevated risk of spreading COVID-19.
Event attendees at San Francisco's Chase Center will be required to show proof of full vaccination to enter the venue for events with more than 1,000 attendees, the Golden State Warriors announced Monday.
It's the first Friday where anyone visiting certain businesses in the city of Berkeley is required to show their vaccination status.
How to keep kids and teachers safe from COVID-19 is a hot button issue especially since most young children can't get the vaccine.
Half Moon Bay's city council voted unanimously on Tuesday night to deny issuing a special event permit to Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival organizers, citing the need to protect public health. It marks the second year in a row the popular festival will be cancelled.
They're only in elementary school, but 6-year-old Sofia Chavez and her 9-year-old brother Nico are helping make history. They have been part of Pfizer's pediatric COVID-19 vaccine trial at Stanford for children.
On this Labor Dy, dozens of day laborers fanned out across Sn Francisco's Excelsior District urging people to get the COVID vaccination.
Starting Tuesday, Sonoma County employees will need to show proof that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 vaccination or submit to weekly testing.
Resident assistants at Stanford University went on an indefinite strike Thursday after the university failed to meet their demands, according to the Stanford Daily.
The three-day event includes headliners such as Guns N' Roses, Miley Cyrus, and Foo Fighters.
At a special board meeting Thursday night, the Alameda Unified School District approved a plan to step-up COVID-19 testing for all unvaccinated students.
120,000 passengers are expected through San Francisco International Airport over the Labor Day weekend. That's about three times the number of passengers as last year, but still about half of what it was before COVID-19.
A Sonoma County Sheriff's lieutenant has died after a five-week battle with COVID-19.
Classes are set to resume in-person on campus at Stanford University September 20. Now there are some updates to their COVID-19 safety protocol.
In the South Bay, people unable to pay their rent due to COVID, are getting some help applying for emergency rental assistance programs.