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San Francisco leaders want teachers and public school educators to be at the "front of the line" right after health care workers, for a COVID-19... [Read More]
San Francisco Supervisor Hillary Ronen proposed a resolution this week calling on Gov. Gavin Newsom and state health officials to prioritize teachers as essential workers,... [Read More]
The SFMTA is currently on pace for a $68 million deficit by the end of the 2020-2021 fiscal year, with revenue down 12.7 percent since... [Read More]
There's been a deadly crash on NB 101 at the San Bruno Avenue offramp near SFO. [Read More]
The vaccine is coming and healthcare workers and essential workers will get it first. Some say teachers should be at the front of the line.... [Read More]
Santa Clara County hospitals are nearing full capacity as it battles a record spike in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, a concern which precedes the expected... [Read More]
The high court's unsigned order Thursday, with no noted dissent, leaves the California restrictions in place for now. [Read More]
Gov. Gavin Newsom might issue a new stay-at-home order. Elissa Harrington reports... [Read More]
Steve Paulson says it's very dry. The best bet for rain is Dec. 18... [Read More]
With thousands of early doses intended for Marin County health care workers and assisted living facilities, the Public Health Department began casting about for freezers... [Read More]
The Oakland LGBTQ Community Center launched the new Glenn Burke Wellness Clinic by providing free community health screenings at its 3207 Lakeshore location near Lake... [Read More]
California may be facing another statewide shutdown this week. Some San Francisco restaurants say if outdoor dining is restricted, it could be the last straw. [Read More]
Vallejo P.D. are seeking a Peeping Tom suspect who they say entered a public restroom to record women in bathroom stalls. [Read More]
San Francisco's city administrator is taking a leave of absence after her husband, the SFPUC general manager, was charged by federal prosecutors with wire fraud. [Read More]
Health officials here are not high-fiving each other over it. [Read More]
Rob Roth reports. [Read More]
Danville's Del Amigo High School has closed one of its classrooms after a majority of staff and students tested positive for COVID-19, one week after... [Read More]
A long line of cars at a new COVID-19 testing site at Ohlone College in Fremont Wednesday could perhaps be used as evidence that Alameda... [Read More]
Travel during the holiday period while the coronavirus is spiking is discouraged. [Read More]
The number of people lining up for COVID-19 tests post Thanksgiving is up. [Read More]
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