Deadly shootings from inside cop cars raising questions

It's been happening over and over: Bay Area law enforcement officers fatally shooting suspects from inside police vehicles. Although many departments frown on the practice, some officers say it's allowed if they feel they could be seriously injured or killed.

SF's Aquarium of the Bay struggles to survive COVID-19 closure

A San Francisco aquarium is asking to reopen its doors as it faces mounting debts from COVID-19. The Aquarium of the Bay is in a bind because they can't simply close the doors and walk away just because visitors aren't allowed in. More than 24,000 animals are in need of care.

Call for action at San Quentin Prison

There are now more than 1,300 inmates with COVID-19 at San Quentin Prison. A month ago there were only two dozen. State lawmakers and inmates' family members are now calling on Gov. Gavin Newsom to release more inmates, visit the prison to see the conditions and to take immediate action.

California’s staggering job losses continue

Though national unemployment claims dipped a little bit since last week, we're still looking at more than 1.3 million layoffs; the 15th straight week of unemployment of over a million a week.

Back and forth COVID-19 reopening factors into state unemployment claims

Though national unemployment claims dipped a little bit since last week, we're still looking at more than 1.3 million layoffs; the fifteenth straight week of unemployment of over a million a week. For Californians the state's continuing job bleed out can't be sugarcoated, be masked or socially distanced away.