Derreck Johnson, founder of the Home of Chicken & Waffles restaurant in Oakland, is packing his bags for a trip to Washington D.C. He grew up with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-15-21)

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Vice President-Elect Harris Invites Oakland Restaurateur to InaugurationDerreck Johnson, founder of the Home of Chicken & Waffles restaurant in Oakland, is packing his bags for a trip to Washington D.C. He grew up with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-15-21)
Oakland Restaurant Week Expands to Include Local Businesses Struggling Amid PandemicIt’s Restaurant Week in Oakland but this year it’s unlike any other. For businesses that are struggling to survive, the event is more like a lifeline to keep their doors open. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-8-21)
SF's Historic Cliff House Sign Removed as Locals Mourn Restaurant's DemisePeople gathered Thursday afternoon to pay their respects to another 2020 casualty as the iconic sign of San Francisco’s beloved Cliff House restaurant was taken down. Don Ford reports. (12-31-20)
Struggling SF Chinatown Businesses Ask Mayor Breed for ReliefSan Francisco Chinatown small businesses have been hit extremely hard during this pandemic and they’re asking the mayor for help. Kenny Choi reports. (12-19-20)
San Mateo County Businesses Get Set for LockdownSan Mateo County supervisor David Canepa said he wished the county had joined the rest of the Bay Area two weeks ago. Andria Borba reports. (12-17-20)
CoCo County Restaurants Sue to Prove Pandemic Shutdowns Hurt Their BusinessA group of restaurants in Contra Costa County is taking the county to court to prove that being forced to close is, indeed, harming their businesses. John Ramos reports. (12-14-20)
San Francisco's Historic Cliff House to Close at End of 2020The Cliff House restaurant, which first opened 157 years ago, announced Sunday that the restaurant will close permanently on Dec. 31. Don Ford reports. (12-14-20)
Protesters Demand Mayor Reopen Outdoor Dining in San FranciscoProtesters gathered outside San Francisco mayor London Breed's residence on a rainy Sunday to demand she reopen outdoor dining in the city. Da Lin reports. (12-13-20)
Several Danville Restaurants Defy COVID Lockdown OrderKPIX 5's Da Lin found some restaurants in Contra Costa County already defying the state no indoor/outdoor dining orders. (12-11-20)
COVID Lockdown: Bay Area Restaurateurs Say Take-Out UnsustainableRestaurant owners across the Bay Area say their long simmering fear and frustration has finally boiled over, becoming anger mixed with thoughts of open defiance of public health orders. Devin Fehely reports. (12-7-20)
Contra Costa County Braces for New Lockdown SundayOn Friday, Contra Costa County shocked its business community by announcing new restrictions to begin ahead of the state stay-at-home order. John Ramos reports. (12-5-20)
Pleasanton Business Owners, Residents Dread Economic Effect of Stay-at-Home OrderThe stay-home order imposed by five Bay Area counties means a tough year for many local businesses is going to get even tougher. Andrea Nakano reports. (12-4-20)
Bay Area Small Businesses Fear Virus Shutdown Will Sound Death KnellBusiness owners in Walnut Creek told KPIX 5's Da Lin the new stay-at-home order may deliver the final blow that will shut them down for good. (12-4-20)
Fear, Prejudice Contribute to Pandemic Slump in San Francisco ChinatownSan Francisco's Chinatown is fighting for its economic life as fear of the pandemic is causing long-time businesses to fail. John Ramos reports. (11-29-20)
Pandemic Forces Beloved Peninsula Breakfast House to Close IndefinitelyThe Millbrae Pancake House, which has been serving up breakfast without interruption since 1959, is the latest business establishment to shutter operations because of restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Devin Fehely reports. (11-28-20)
Santa Clara County Issues Tough New Restrictions on Businesses, Travelers, SportsWith new COVID cases and hospitalizations continuing to surge, Santa Clara County health officials Saturday announced further restrictions on local businesses, discouraged non-essential travel and will now require a 14-day quarantine. Da Lin reports. (11-28-20)
News Conference: Santa Clara County Officials Announce Stringent Measures to Combat VirusCiting a record number of COVID-19 hospitalizations, public health officials in Santa Clara County announced sweeping news changes to county services and public businesses and urged people to isolate at home as much as possible. (11-28-20)
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)
Raider Nation Mourns Death of Ricky's Sports Bar OwnerRicky Ricardo, whose family-owned Ricky's Sports Theatre and Grill has been a gathering place for Raiders and East Bay sports fans for decades, has died. Devin Fehely reports. (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)

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