Expecting mothers across the country are questioning hospital births and are worried they will be overrun and banning visitors.
Pallets of surgical masks and personal protective equipment, critically needed during the coronavirus pandemic, were found to be sitting in warehouses and then auctioned off to the highest bidder.
The fishing industry in San Francisco is being devastated, especially with the coronavirus restrictions on restaurants. Some fisheries are moving to a home delivery model just to move product, but it's nowhere near what business used to be. KTVU's Amber Lee reports from a desolate Fisherman's Wharf.
California is matching workers displaced by the coronavirus crisis with potential employers through a new site.
Mask and personal protective equipment are in dire need these days. A former makeup artist and seamstress in the entertainment industry is now doing her part using her sewing skills.
The Food and Drug Administration has eased its blood donation guidelines for gay men, and others in the LGBTQ to give.
Cristina Rendon reports.
Ann Rubin reports.
A 5-year-old in Sunnyvale had his birthday party canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak, but officers still found a way to make his big day special.
Henry Lee reports.
Christien Kafton reports.
Jesse Gary reports.
The Democratic and Republican national parties have said they intend to move forward with their national conventions this summer amidst concerns about the Coronavirus. KTVU's Greg Lee spoke to committee members from both national parties: Harmeet Dhillon (R), Michael Kapp (D), Christine Pelosi (D)
Church in Lodi says shelter-in-place is violation of rights
Police shooting and gunfire in Vacaville
Police are investigating a shooting Wednesday night in San Francisco's Nob Hill neighborhood that left one man with life-threatening injuries.
Committee members with the Democratic and Republican parties are looking at all options for the upcoming political conventions in case coronavirus restrictions are not yet eased.
Help is available for low-income San Francisco seniors in need of fresh food through a new nonprofit that was formed just as the coronavirus pandemic required residents to shelter-in-place.
A nurse shares her story of her husband battling COVID-19 in a Fremont hospital as the community rallies behind her family in an outpouring of support.
Los Angeles' mayor is now recommending people who go outside to wear a mask or even a homemade mask or bandana to prevent the coronavirus from further spreading. The public health officer in Riverside County gave similar advice, but Gov. Newsom cautioned masks should not be used as substitutes for social distancing.