Ken Bastida reports on how airports are seeing little dip in travelers this holiday season, despite surge in COVID-19 cases.

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Ignoring CDC Warnings, Holiday Travelers On The Move During PandemicKen Bastida reports on how airports are seeing little dip in travelers this holiday season, despite surge in COVID-19 cases.
Detectives Search for Motive in Stabbings at San Jose ChurchAndria Borba reports on the investigation into a stabbing late night Sunday at a church in San Jose. Two people died and a suspect is in custody.
School District Vaccine and Food Drive Sees Massive TurnoutWilson Walker reports on the West Contra Costa School District's vaccine and food drive, which saw a line of cars around the block almost all day.
Newsom Announces Statewide Curfew In Hopes of Slowing COVID SurgeJuliette Goodrich reports reactions in Livermore to the state's decision to enforce a 10pm curfew for one month.
San Jose City Council Members Condemn Racist Attack Ads SVO ControversyKiet Do reports on how five San Jose City Council members denounced groups like Silicon Valley Organization using racist ads for during tough elections.
San Jose City Council Members Condemn Racist Attack Ads SVO ControversyKiet Do reports on how five San Jose City Council members denounced groups like Silicon Valley Organization using racist ads for during tough elections.
Charities Sees Record Donations as Residents Clean Their Houses During COVIDDon Ford reports on second hand stores receiving record donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prop. 25 Intends to Reform Cash Bail in CaliforniaDevin Fehely on the pros and cons of Proposition 25, which will end cash bail in the state,
Governor Newsom Visits Glass Fire Area As It Rages For Third DayAnne Makovec reports on Newsom's visit to Napa County as Glass Fire grows to over 50,000 acres.
Governor Newsom Visits Glass Fire Area As It Rages For Third DayAnne Makovec reports on Newsom's visit to Napa County as Glass Fire grows to over 50,000 acres.
Glass Fire Grows Overnight, Fire Investigation Underway in Sonoma CountyAnother round of high temperatures and extreme conditions were forecast Thursday and in the days ahead as firefighters battling the Glass Fire in Napa and Sonoma counties prepared for the worst. Kiet Do reports.
Fire Crews Battle 5-Alarm Blaze in Oakland's ChinatownAnne Makovec reports on the fast-moving fire that burned up a building in Chinatown that houses several businesses.
Fire Crews Battle 5-Alarm Blaze in Oakland's ChinatownAnne Makovec reports on the fast-moving fire that burned up a building in Chinatown that houses several businesses.
Despite Opposition, Richmond Moves Forward With Point Molate ProjectJohn Ramos reports on the Richmond City Council approving a massive residential project after decades of fighting.
A Look Back: San Bruno Rocked By PG&E Pipeline ExplosionAllen Martin looks back at the deadly San Bruno Pipeline that left eight people dead and destroyed over 30 houses on Sept. 9, 2010.
Radio Reporter Brings Essentials to Those in Need During PandemicSharon Chin reports on this week's Jefferson Award winner Bob Butler, a KCBS reporter helping those in his community. (8-26-20)
SJSU Declared "Most Transformative" School By Money MagazineKiet Do reports on how Money Magazine declared San José State University to the most transformative college in the United States for 2020-2021. (8-25-20)
CZU Complex Fires Leave Wake of Destruction Near Santa CruzKiet Do reports on the loss of homes and struggles of residents in the wake of the CZU August Lightning Complex. (8-21-20)
Fires Cause Mandatory Evacuations in Sonoma ConutyWilson Walker reports on how mandatory evacuation order were expanded due to the growing LNU Lightning Complex Fires. (8-19-20)
Central Marin Police Cracking Down on Anti-MaskersDon Ford reports on how the Central Marin Police Authority is going to fine individuals for not wearing masks during the COVID-19 pandemic. (8-18-20)
Gov. Gavin Newsom Updates State on Efforts to Prepare Schools for Distance LearningGovernor Gavin Newsom details the states strategy for providing public schools with resources needed for distance learning as pandemic continues into the fall. (8-14-20)
Airlines Try To Stay Safe Without Federally-Mandated COVID-19 GuidelinesEmily Turner reports on how airlines are making do during the coronavirus epidemic without federal regulations. (8-12-20)
Jefferson Awards: New App Brings Youth and Elderly TogetherSharon Chin reports on this week's Jefferson Award winners, Madeline Dangerfield-Cha and Joy Zhang, who invented Mon Ami. (8-12-20)
New COVID-19 Self-Testing Station Opens in BerkeleyJohn Ramos reports on a new walk-up system for coronavirus testing that is a lot more “user friendly.” (8-11-20)

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