Public health officials warn of another COVID surge

Public health officials are warning there is another COVID surge underway. The CDC says that new infections have doubled over the past five weeks. Dr. Rita Ng, who is the Physician-in-Chief at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, advises the public on how to stay safe.

National Nurses Week: Meet the Fremont family of nurses

During this National Nurses Week, we are happy to spotlight one Bay Area family that's made a special commitment to nursing. Meet the Rivera family from Fremont. Mom, Cristina, is a Nurse at Kaiser Permanente in Fremont, eldest son Christopher is an ICU nurse at Washington Hospital, her daughter, Christine, is in her second year of nursing school at the University of San Francisco, while youngest son, Charles is headed to USF this fall.

Center for Asian American Media

The Center for Asian American Media is a nonprofit organization dedicated to presenting stories that convey the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible. KTVU spoke with the Exhibitions Director about the work the organization is doing to engage the Asian American community and the public at large.

Gourmet cookie business to reopen in the East Bay

Little Charlie's Gourmet Cookies reopens May 11 in Pittsburg, Ca. Owner Angelica Bagain joined us on Mornings on 2 to talk about the gourmet cookies, and shared with us how she managed to open a business during a pandemic, while enduring health issues and dealing with the loss of a loved one.

Morning newsmakers: in the control room

It takes an incredible team to produce Mornings on 2 at KTVU. Here are some of the talented individuals working behind the scenes to bring you the news you need to know. Watch Mornings on 2 every day at https://www.ktvu.com/live

Mother's Day Gifts

Go-to-girlfriend Sadie Murray returns to KTVU to showcase some of the trendiest gifts for Mother's Day.

Japanese American Museum of San Jose

The Japanese American Museum of San Jose showcases a unique collection of permanent and rotating exhibits chronicling more than a century of Japanese American history. KTVU's Frank Mallicoat learned more about the museum exhibits for this week's Giving Day.

'Big Bounce America' arrives in the North Bay

The biggest bounce house in the world is in Santa Rosa now, it includes a 900-foot obstacle course, gigantic slide and other attractions. Hear more about it from Big Bounce America's co-creator Cameron Craig.

Kidnapped 3-month old baby boy is found safe

Moments after witnesses called in a suspicious van near their workplace, San Jose police officers found a kidnapped baby boy and took him to safety. KTVU's James Torrez reports from the scene.

First Place for Youth

Every year, hundreds of young people move on from foster care. They enter adulthood, with few safety nets. An Oakland organization called First Place for Youth, helps with this transition. KTVU's Heather Holmes spoke with the CEO about the group.