Battle to fully reopen schools in fall intensifies

The White House repeated its calls today to have schools reopen in the fall for in-person, daily instruction. The topic was the main focus of a White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing in Washington on Wednesday. 

Father of slain 6-year-old SF boy speaks out

Through tears, a heartbroken Jason Young repeated over and over Tuesday what he wanted in the wake of the shooting death of his 6-year-old son: "I just want justice for Jace."

Trump plans fiery Rushmore rally amid virus threat, protesters

Hours before the event, protesters blocked a road leading to the monument. Authorities worked to move the demonstrators, mostly Native Americans protesting that South Dakota's Black Hills were taken from the Lakota people against treaty agreements.

Problems at California unemployment department

Assemblymember David Chiu and state Senator Scott Wiener, both Democrats from San Francisco, set their sights on the Employment Development Department on Thursday in a Zoom meeting where select residents shared their frustrations with accessing unemployment benefits.