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With few details on coronavirus cases, Bay Area homeless outreach workers worry
Bay Area counties report limited information on coronavirus infections and deaths, including among the homeless. It's forcing some to wonder: How can outreach workers protect themselves without
Coronavirus: California parents missing work to care for out-of-school kids could get help under new bill
State Sen. Ling Ling Chang says her bill would help caregivers not included in federal aide plan.
Whole Foods workers plan ‘sick out’ over alleged coronavirus safety lapses
The action follows reports from workers that various stores in California, New York City, Chicago and Louisiana have remained open after employees tested positive for COVID-19.
Coronavirus fallout: What will happen when rents come due April 1?
In an extreme scenario, more than 25% of the households that rent in the U.S. may need help making payments because of the coronavirus, requiring up to $12 billion a month in government support,
Clendaniel: Trump should force mask production to fight COVID-19
Use the Defense Protection Act to ramp up manufacturing of PPE to protect dedicated hospital workers.
Launching a company during the coronavirus pandemic
Why would anyone want to start a business now, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, people are being implored to stay away from each other and the federal government is spending $2.2
Amazon fallout: California worker says company ‘ho-hum’ on coronavirus safety
After a second worker is infected, workers and their families insist that policy and protocol are not being followed.
Here are disinfectants for use against the coronavirus
The EPA lists more than 350 disinfectants to fight coronavirus
Palo Alto: 3 arrested in connection with gas station robbery
Police say a child and a teen were found in the rear of the suspects’ getaway vehicle
Coronavirus: Worker at South San Jose Safeway tests positive
Employee last worked at 179 Branham Lane location on March 24, is receiving medical care
San Jose: Man with pellet gun triggers civic center lockdown
Initial reports indicated individual was carrying an assault rifle; no arrest made in case
Coronavirus: Confirmed cases in California climb to 7,350
Death toll tops 146 asBay Area officials announce plans to extend shelter-in-place order
San Jose: Authorities identify teenage girl killed in crash
Police say the 15-year-old rode a bicycle into an SUV at Bernal Road and Highway 101
Coronavirus: Is Bay Area social distancing lockdown working? Some see progress
While there are encouraging signs, even the most optimistic of experts are quick to insist there are too many factors -- and too much at stake -- for the public to relax.
Alleged Aryan Brotherhood associate denied release from jail
A man accused of trafficking heroin for the Aryan Brotherhood was denied an early release from jail.
Coronavirus: Map of live webcams shows desolate scenes in California, New York City, Miami Beach
A map of live webcams originally intended to capture weather conditions across the U.S. has unwittingly recorded desolate scenes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Watch: White House press briefing on the coronavirus
Latest COVID-19 figures: More than 766,360 infected worldwide, 2,828 Americans dead
US to announce rolled-back pollution standards Tuesday
California and 22 other U.S. states plan to challenge the rewrite. They previously challenged the Trump administration’s decision to revoke California’s authority to set stiff vehicle tailpipe
Woman charged with trying to murder San Ramon officer during store heist
Two women were charged with multiple felonies for allegedly backing a Jeep into a San Ramon officer.
Sentencing postponed for man who killed two kids in Antioch crash, over court shutdown
Noe Saucedo was supposed to be sentenced March 20.