San Francisco set a target date of July 13 to allow for indoor dining, hair salons, and barber shops to reopen.
Minnesota State Police have released the CNN crew that had been arrested while reporting on the unrest in Minneapolis following the death of George Floyd. Police arrested Omar Jiminez because they told him to move
Occupy Oakland protesters are hosting a demonstration Friday at 8 p.m. Allie Rasmus reports
As unemployment numbers continue to rise and claims hit historic levels in California, many are turning to gig work to make ends meet. An Oakland-based think tank is critical of AB5 and is calling for its suspension. The law considers app drivers employees rather than independent contractors.
Sonoma County's sheriff has taken to social media to let residents know his department would not be enforcing the county's health order regarding the coronavirus pandemic.
San Francisco's second sanctioned homeless tent encampment to help allow proper physical distancing during the pandemic is set to open, but neighbors, including Amoeba Records, are not welcoming the idea and have filed a lawsuit.
The Bay Area saw some peaceful but impassioned protests against police brutality on Thursday.
The City of San Francisco laid out plans for reopening much of their economy on Thursday. KTVU has learned that the other five counties that have acted in concert since the original shelter in place order will likely follow suit.
In the last week, another 2.1 million Americans jobs filed for unemployment benefits. That far outpaces the number of people returning to work as the economy slowly reopens under the threat of more virus outbreaks.
President Donald Trump escalated his war on social media companies Thursday, signing an executive order challenging the liability protections that have served as a bedrock for unfettered speech on the internet.
A man's family says a police shooting that injured a 61-year-old man was unjustified and that they could have used their Tasers. Police released body-camera footage of the incident and said the man lunged at them with a knife.
Graduating in the era of the coronavirus has put a damper on celebrations. On Thursday, Contra Costa County's Hercules High School held a drive-through graduation ceremony. Students told us what they missed out on in their senior year.
President Trump also says he would shut down Twitter if it were legal to do so.
Allie Rasmus reports.
A family was sitting in their vehicle when the suspect, whose name was not immediately available, reached through a backseat window and tried to grab two boys ages 2 and 4, police said.
And the effort to protect public health and save lives has proven deadly to the revenue stream that supports nearly 40,000 animals inside and the 504 employees of the famed science museum, planetarium, and aquarium.
The idea is for people to post historic photos of their neighborhoods.
Someone was killed in a shooting in Rohnert Park
Several people were hurt in San Jose shooting. Elissa Harrington reports
Motorcyclist arrested after chase from Redwood City to San Jose