As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, Bay Area businesses posted a surge of layoff notices. Da Lin reports. (3-26-20)
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Historic Spike in Unemployment Claims May Indicate Bay Area Jobs Boom is BustAs the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, Bay Area businesses posted a surge of layoff notices. Da Lin reports. (3-26-20)
Plumbers Helping Delivering Pharmaceuticals During Coronavirus Shelter In PlacePeople across the Bay Area are finding creative ways to help each other during the coronavirus outbreak. Don Ford tells us about a Good Samaritan plumber, who has his team doing more than just unclogging pipes.
California's Napa Valley Vintners Bracing For Big Hit From CoronavirusWine country vintners are bracing for a big hit now that all the tasting rooms are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Betty Yu talked to the owner of HALL wines in St. Helena.
CA Restaurants, Bars Can Offer Alcohol 'To Go' During Statewide Shelter-In-PlaceRestaurants and bars have been especially hit hard by the statewide shelter-in-place order. Devin Fehely tells us the governor's office has given them at least a partial life line.
SF Speeds Up Hiring Process For Much-Needed Nurses, Medical PersonnelSan Francisco is fast-tracking the hiring of health care workers and eliminating red tape. Da Lin was at a job fair for nurses at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.
Las Vegas Strip Goes Dark As Nevada Orders Shutdown Of Casinos Over CoronavirusThe famed Las Vegas Strip became a ghost town early Wednesday after the governor of Nevada ordered all casinos to be shut down for 30 days to stop the spread of coronavirus. Hector Mejia reports. (3/18/20)
Small Businesses Get Creative To Stay Open During Coronavirus PandemicSmall business are feeling the impact from the coronavirus and some owners are having to get creative to keep their doors open. Don Ford talked to one business owner in Berkeley.
Bars, Restaurants Scramble To Comply With Gov. Newsom's Orders To Slow CoronavirusBars and restaurants across California are scrambling to comply with Gov. Gavin Newsom's directives to close or reduce the capacity of establishments to help slow the spread of coronavirus. Jackie Ward reports. (3/16/20)
Coronavirus Deals Huge Blow To Oakland, SF Chinatown BusinessesThe coronavirus pandemic is hammering businesses across all sectors, from the largest companies to the smallest mom and pops. Kiet Do shows us the impact in the Bay Area's Chinatown neighborhoods.
Bay Area Company Approved to Produce Coronavirus Test KitsThroughout the ongoing novel coronavirus crisis, the lack of test kits has been a continuing issue. Now one Bay Area company will be helping to ease the bottleneck. Wilson Walker reports. (3-13-20)
Elderly Residents of San Pablo Seniors Facility Face Eviction During Coronavirus CrisisMore than a dozen elderly residents of a San Pablo senior living facility are being evicted, hurled into a brutal Bay Area housing market at the height of the coronavirus outbreak. Susie Steimle reports. (3-12-20)
Money Maven Gives Advice to Nerve-Wracked InvestorsHow should you change your personal finances as the market madness continues? Should you? John Ramos asked a financial adviser his opinion. (3-12-20)
SFO Impacted By Coronavirus As Trump Enacts Travel Ban On Europe FlightsMany ticket counters at San Francisco International Airport were empty amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. On Wednesday, President Donald Trump unilaterally banned most travel from Europe for 30 days, a decision that was slammed by European leaders. Jackie Ward reports. (3/12/20)
Princess Cruises Suspend Operations Amid CoronavirusAs the Grand Princess cruise ship was docked at the Port of Oakland for the fourth day, Princess Cruises announced it is suspending operations until at least May due to the coronavirus. Anne Makovec reports. (3/12/20)
Self E-Stem Hosts 'Conversations In STEM'Self E-Stem CEO Adamaka Ajaelo talks to BR host Jan Mabry about the non-profit organization's mission to teach STEM to young girls of color, and 'Conversations in STEM,' happening March 20 at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, where girls will get to meet professionals in tech.
Coronavirus Has Bay Area Shoppers Emptying Store ShelvesCoronavirus concerns are still creating a frenzy at stores and pharmacies. Da Lin went shopping on Saturday to see what's in demand, and what's back on store shelves.
Online Consignment Store TheRealReal Opens Physical Showroom in SF Union SquareThe luxury second-hand store could bring new life to San Francisco's shopping district. Betty Yu reports. (3-6-20)
Essential Supplies Run Low As Bay Area Coronavirus Cases IncreasePublic health departments across the Bay Area are warning that more cases of COVID-19 are expected, so now is the time to prepare for increased community spread. Betty Yu reports. (3-1-2020)
Coronavirus Uncertainty Sparks Worse Week On Wall Street In A DecadeThe stock market had it's worst week in more than a decade, plunging more than 3,500 points, due to fears of the financial impact of the coronavirus. Devin Fehely has more on the economic outlook amid this evolving health crisis.
Southbay Costco Sells Out Of Water, Toilet Paper As Fears Over Coronavirus MountCBS Weekend News
Coronavirus Anxiety Puts Drag on Bay Area BusinessFrom canceled tech and gaming conferences to reduced foot traffic in S.F. Chinatown, fears of the coronavirus more than the virus itself are impacting the local economy. Joe Vazquez reports. (2-28-20)
Facebook Cancels Developers Conference Over COVID-19 ConcernsFacebook announced Thursday that it has canceled its upcoming F8 developers conference in May amid ongoing concerns about the spreading coronavirus. (2-27-20)
Companies Sued Over Plastic Pollution By Berkeley GroupA Berkeley-based environmental group has sued several major companies in an attempt to curb pollution by plastics. (2/27/20)
Apple Engineer Playing Smartphone Video Game During Fatal Mountain View Tesla CrashThe nation's top safety investigator criticized Tesla in a safety board meeting where it was revealed the Tesla driver who crashed his car and died on Highway 101 in Mountain View was playing video games on his iPhone. Maria Medina reports. (2-25-2020)