More hotel are fashioning rooms into office spaces as working from home becomes a longterm option for many Bay Area professionals. Betty Yu reports. (8-10-20)

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Hotels Install Office Amenities to Lure Bay Area Teleworkers Out of the HouseMore hotel are fashioning rooms into office spaces as working from home becomes a longterm option for many Bay Area professionals. Betty Yu reports. (8-10-20)
Masks Worn Amid COVID-19 May Lead to Form of ImmunityAs the Bay Area and the nation continue to struggle with the coronavirus pandemic, there is growing evidence that wearing a mask may result in a surprising benefit. Len Kiese reports. (8-10-20)
Some Teachers Balk as San Jose Schools Prepare to Reopen Classrooms WednesdaySchool starts Wednesday for the San Jose Unified School District when hundreds of teachers will be ordered back to their classrooms but some teachers say they intend to teach from home. Maria Medina reports. (8-10-20)
San Francisco Gym Operators Push City to Permit ReopeningGym owners say they’re as important as smoke shops and cannabis stores which are designated “essential.” John Ramos reports. (8-10-20)
Extension of Evictions Moratorium in South Bay to Be ConsideredThere's a push in Santa Clara County to extend the eviction moratorium but opponents say: not so fast. Devin Fehely reports. (8-10-20)
Chaos Commonplace on Day One of New School Year in OaklandOn a first day of school unlike any other, one teacher told KPIX 5's Juliette Goodrich, "I say be patient. It’s all new to all of us.” (8-10-20)
Face Masks Are 'Low-Hanging Fruit' on San Anselmo TreesSan Anselmo is slowly starting to reopen but, if you come downtown and forget your mask, no problem! Don Ford reports. (8-10-20)
Bay Area Biotech Company Takes New Approach in COVID-19 TreatmentA South San Francisco biotech firm has come up with a way to make a COVID-19 therapy without relying on repeat antibody donors using a new class of drugs called "recombinant hyperimmunes." Ken Bastida reports. (8-10-20)
Teachers Help Students Adjust to Longterm Remote LearningKPIX 5's Emily Turner wanted to know: what's it like for teachers, teaching from home? (8-10-20)
Gov. Newsom Addresses State's COVID-19 Data GlitchOn Monday, Gov. Newsom spoke about the state’s response to the pandemic for the first time in seven days after a week that found California health officials grappling with COVID-19 data issues. Andria Borba reports. (8-10-20)
Flu Shots Will Be Required at All UC Campuses by NovemberAll UC students and workers will be required to get a flu shot this fall following an executive order from UC president Janet Napolitano issued Friday. Da Lin reports. (8-9-20)
Chase Center Wins Recognition for Advanced Cleaning PracticesChase Center, home of the Golden State Warriors, is the first sports venue in Northern California to earn the GBAC STAR Facility accreditation, considered the gold standard in the cleaning industry. Betty Yu reports. (8-7-20)
Oakland Teachers, District Wrangle With School Year Set to Start MondayThe first day of school is three days away and the Oakland Unified School District and teachers' union are still at odds over how classes will be conducted come Monday. Andrea Nakano reports. (8-7-20)
Livermore Looks Past Street Closures to Revive Downtown BusinessesLike some other cities Livermore tried a strategy of closing off downtown to vehicle traffic to allow outdoor dining but it wound up hurting more than helping businesses struggling to reopen. Da Lin reports. (8-7-20)
Oakland School Year Set to Begin With Distance LearningOfficials with the Oakland Unified School District Friday said students will be learning from home for the foreseeable future as the new school year begins Monday. Kenny Choi reports. (8-7-20)
Drive-In Concerts Extend Entertainment Options at Alameda County FairgroundsThe Alameda County Fairgrounds is doubling down on the drive-up entertainment model this summer. Devin Fehely reports. (8-7-20)
City Closes Oakland Chinatown Street to Allow Outside DiningThere's a new way to spend the weekend in Oakland's Chinatown and it's called StreetFest Fridays. Don Ford reports. (8-7-20)
CoCo County Launches COVID-19 Info Campaign Targeted at Gen ZContra Costa County is reaching out to youth influencers to pass on the message of coronavirus prevention in their own words. John Ramos reports. (8-3-20)
As Telemedicine Grows, Problems FollowThe pandemic has led to a significant increase in video visits between patients and their doctors but we're now learning the shift has cut off many seniors, rather than connecting them. Ken Bastida reports. (8-3-20)
Governor's Coronavirus Update: Aug. 3, 2020In his first news conference in several days, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday outlined how the state was intervening to decrease the spread of COVID-19 in the Central Valley. (8-3-20)
Inmates Describe Ordeal Inside San Quentin During Coronavirus OutbreakGreg Morris was doing time in San Quentin State Prison for attempted murder when the coronavirus infiltrated the prison walls. Speaking with KPIX 5's Allen Martin, Morris described conditions inside the Big House that he says were "terrible." (8-2-20)
Coronavirus Research Yields New Roadmap for Treatment OptionsAs the pandemic continues and hits record numbers in California and nationwide, there is more information coming out to help doctors understand it. Emily Turner reports. (8-2-20)
Food Vendors Bring Taste of Summer to Sonoma-Marin FairgroundsHere's a good place for a quick getaway: the Sonoma-Marin fairgrounds. Although this year's fair is mostly canceled the food vendors are more than happy to give you a taste of summers past. Juliette Goodrich reports. (8-2-20)
North Beach Neighbors Band Together to Boost Restaurants' Business With Volunteer DeliveriesRestaurants have been hit hard during the pandemic but one neighborhood in San Francisco is banding together to help them -- perhaps setting an example for the entire Bay Area. John Ramos reports. (8-2-20)

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