The same neighbors who fought to keep a Starbucks from setting up shop in Point Richmond years ago are fighting now even harder to keep it from shutting down. Da Lin reports. (11-22-20)

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Point Richmond Businesses Fear Domino-Effect Following Starbucks Impending ClosureThe same neighbors who fought to keep a Starbucks from setting up shop in Point Richmond years ago are fighting now even harder to keep it from shutting down. Da Lin reports. (11-22-20)
San Francisco on Brink of Return to Purple TierSan Francisco could move into the purple tier as soon as Sunday. If that happens the curfew would take effect in 48 hours on Tuesday. Betty Yu reports. (11-20-20)
San Francisco CrossFit Forced to CloseDa Lin reports from the San Francisco Presidio where CrossFit just finished its last session and is closing for good, another victim of the coronavirus pandemic. (11-15-20)
Contra Costa County Rolls Back Reopening for Gyms, RestaurantsBackward, forward, backward -- Contra Costa County is trying to slow the coronavirus spread and, once again, health officials are targeting gyms and restaurants. Wilson Walker reports. (11-14-20)
SF Indoor Dining Ban Wallops Indian Restaurants on First Day of DiwaliA ban on indoor dining is now in effect in San Francisco and it could hardly come at a worse time for Indian restaurants in the city. Da Lin reports. (11-14-20)
Pandemic Anxiety Builds as Coronavirus Cases RiseWith COVID-19 setting new records every day across the country and cases surging in the Bay Area, people are understandably anxious about what's going on. Len Ramirez has been speaking to people in the South Bay about their concerns. (11-13-20)
San Francisco Rolls Back Restaurant Indoor DiningSan Francisco restaurants will have to close their indoor dining rooms due to a rise in coronavirus cases. Da Lin reports. (11-13-20)
Gov. Newsom Faces Backlash Over Multi-Family Birthday PartyGov. Gavin Newsom attended a birthday party at The French Laundry in Yountville for one of his political advisers last week that included people from several households. Wilson Walker reports. (11-13-20)
Santa Clara County to Close Restaurant Indoor Dining Beginning Next WeekSanta Clara County and other counties throughout the Bay Area are seeing a sudden, rapid spike in COVID-19 cases and a significant increase in hospitalizations. Devin Fehely reports. (11-13-20)
Alameda County Hits Brakes on Reopening With Spike in Virus CasesThe surge in coronavirus cases now covering most of the country is arriving in the Bay Area. Wilson Walker reports. (11-12-20)
Cold Weather Chills Business at Outdoor Dining Venues in SFFriday was the first real test of people's willingness to eat outdoors on a cold night in San Francisco's Mission District. Betty Yu reports. (11-6-20)
Return of Fall Weather Puts a Chill on Outside Dining During PandemicWith cold weather and possibly rain in the forecast this weekend it's going to be a challenge for restaurants already struggling during the coronavirus pandemic. Devin Fehely reports. (11-6-20)
Start of Commercial Dungeness Crab Season Delayed Past ThanksgivingThe Year 2020 is taking out another of life's simple pleasures: there will be no local Dungeness crab in stores for Thanksgiving this year. Don Ford reports. (11-5-20)
Contra Costa County Puts Brakes on Reopening ExpansionWith data showing a marked increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Contra Costa County, officials are taking steps to protect the community with changes to local health orders. Don Ford reports. (11-4-20)
3 Brothers Behind Beloved San Francisco Corner Store Retire After 45 YearsAfter 45 years, three brothers retired from their popular corner store and sandwich shop in San Francisco but the good news is -- it will stay in the family. Sharon Chin reports. (11-1-20)
Despite Relatively Low Infection Rate, San Francisco Slows ReopeningSan Francisco’s case rate has gone from 3 people per 100,000 to 4 people per 100,000 in the last two weeks and so the mayor announced a pause in the city's reopening plan next week. Andria Borba reports from North Beach. (10-30-20)
San Jose Leaders Blast Silicon Valley Organization Over Alleged Racist AdsMembers of the San Jose City Council are condemning racist attack ads put out by the Silicon Valley Organization. Len Ramirez reports. (10-30-20)
San Francisco Pauses Reopening as Virus Cases RiseSan Francisco will temporarily halt the reopening of additional activities and businesses planned for next week because of an increase in coronavirus case rates and hospitalizations. Andria Borba reports. (10-30-20)
San Jose Amazon Distribution Center Worries Neighborhood Business OwnersA massive new Amazon fulfillment center planned for San Jose promises hundreds of jobs but it could lead to some losses as well. Len Ramirez reports. (10-18-20)
Napa Valley Sees Slow Reopening of Wineries That Survived Glass FireHighway 29 in Napa County has reopened and so have a number of wineries that have suffered from road closures, smoky air and a general lack of customers. John Ramos reports. (10-10-20)
Sunset District Marijuana Shop Sees Business Boost From Pandemic AngstBarbary Sunset, a marijuana shop on Irving Street in San Francisco's Outer Sunset neighborhood, is celebrating its one-year anniversary and has seen a significant uptick in sales to customers trying to control stress and anxiety from the coronavirus pandemic. Betty Yu reports. (10-9-20)
SF Company Offers ‘Screaming Telegrams’ From Terrifying ClownsA San Francisco production company that can’t open its annual Halloween attraction due to the COVID-19 pandemic has come up with a creative seasonal service to offer instead: “screaming” telegrams delivered by terrifying costumed clowns. (10-8-20)
Comedians Rally to Help Struggling East Bay Bowling AlleyFor Clayton Valley Bowl in Concord the coronavirus has certainly been no laughing matter. Don Ford tells how a group of comedians is trying to revive revenue at a venue they've relied on. (10-8-20)
Minority-Owned SF Gas Station Wants New Lease; Housing Advocates Want It GoneThe Twin Peaks gas station is located on San Francisco land. The business and many neighborhood residents want it to stay but affordable-housing advocates say the location can be put to better use. Da Lin reports. (10-3-20)

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