Steve Haworth spoke with KTVU's Frank Mallicoat during Mornings on Two on Saturday, March 28, 2020.
A well-known seafood restaurant in the East Bay is getting creative to stay open during the stay at home order.
Officials announced on Wednesday that public school districts in six Bay Area counties are extending closures through May amid the coronavirus crisis.
Eighteen Con Fire employees were tested after showing symptoms such as fever, cough and sore throats, but 12 were confirmed negative while two others are isolated and off-duty while awaiting test results.
The 2013 sustained findings against Deputy Michael Gray were released this week under a police transparency law.
Seven Bay Area governments Tuesday ordered all commercial and academic medical labs to begin expanding the kind of data they report from tests involving the novel coronavirus.
AC Transit began offering fare free rides during the coronavirus health crisis, asked passengers to access buses through rear doors.
The coronavirus figured into an unusual child-custody dispute Monday morning in a normally quiet Danville neighborhood.
Ex-Miramonte High School basketball star Sabrina Ionescu was named The Associated Press women’s basketball player of the year on Monday.
Contra Costa County officials announced three donation sites where residents can donate protective medical supplies for health care workers.
The penalty for operating in violation of the order is a potential fine of up to $1,000 and possible arrest.
East Bay Congressman Mark DeSaulnier is critical conditon after being hospitalized for complications with pneumonia, according to his staff.
"Let's show people there is light out there," Ted Leonard said. "Because this thing sucks."
"This death underscores the need for all Contra Costa County to stay home," said Dr. Chris Farnitano, the county's public health officer. "This is very serious."
A film aimed at stopping xenophobia amid the coronavirus was produced by a pair of Easy Bay siblings. It reminds us that we are all human.
The idea is the result of a partnership between Diablo Foods in Lafayette and Lamorinda Village, a non-profit organization that helps seniors.
Cristina Rendon reports.
The Bay Area's senior community takes in stride new COVID-19 guidelines to isolate themselves at home, as some have questions about the recommendations.
At Bay Church in Concord on Sunday, religious leadership was offering drive-through services so that people can stay in their own cars but still attend service.
As more and more people increase their "social distancing" to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), police departments are making adjustments to protect themselves and the public.