Recall Challengers Running Out of Time as Democratic Ballots Stream InPolls and early returns indicate Gov. Gavin Newsom can be cautiously confident he’ll get to keep his job. Kenny Choi reports. (9-9-21)
Recall Candidates Ramp Up Campaigns Ahead Tuesday's ElectionWith less than a week before the recall election, Gov. Newsom and a small army of challengers worked the campaign trail. (9-9-21)
Biden Announces Federal COVID Vaccine Mandate for Private CompaniesPresident Biden announced the most sweeping COVID-19 vaccine requirements yet on Thursday. Skyler Henry reports from Washington. (9-9-21)
Federal Unemployment Benefits End for Millions of CaliforniansMore than two million Californians have lost federal unemployment benefits that helped them stay afloat financially during the worst of the pandemic. Devin Fehely reports. (9-6-21)
California Recall: Newsom, Challengers Step Up Their CampaignsTeam coverage from Joy Benedict in Southern California and analysis from University of San Francisco politics professor James Taylor. (9-6-21)
Mountain View Begins Enforcing Ban on Most RV Street ParkingDespite a lawsuit calling its ban on oversized vehicles on narrow streets inhumane, the city of Mountain View has begun to enforce the voter-approved measure. Maria Cid Medina reports. (9-3-21)
Dozens Protest Plan for New Santa Clara County Main Jail, SheriffRoughly three dozen protesters gathered outside the Santa Clara County Main Jail Friday afternoon to demand a "shutdown" of plans for the new jail and the sheriff that oversees the facility. Maria Medina reports. (8-27-21)
Accident Victim, Residents Call for Hayward to Improve Safety at Notorious IntersectionThe intersection of B Street and Mission Boulevard in Hayward is notorious for pedestrian accidents. Yet the city has no specific plan to improve safety there despite residents' pleas to take action. Maria Cid Medina reports. (8-22-21)
Afghan Man's Bay Area Wife Pleads for U.S. to Perservere With EvacuationsZorah Aziz, of Fremont, is desperate to get her husband out of Afghanistan as the Taliban tighten control of their country. Devin Fehely reports. (8-21-21)
Alameda County Superior Judge Rules Ride-Hailing Law UnconstitutionalA judge has struck down California’s ballot measure that exempted Uber and other companies from a state law requiring their drivers to be classified as employees eligible for benefits and job protections. Maria Cid Medina reports. (8-20-21)
San Francisco City Employees Suspended for Not Disclosing Vaccination StatusSan Francisco has suspended some employees who refused to reveal their vaccination status. Andria Borba reports. (8-20-21)
San Jose City Workers Face Stringent Vaccination, Testing RequirementsOn Monday, more than 8,000 San Jose city employees must provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination or get tested for the virus weekly to avoid being placed on unpaid leave. Maria Cid Medina reports. (8-19-21)
San Francisco Set to Expand Vaccination RequirementsSan Francisco is about to impose the strictest vaccine mandate of any major city in the nation. Andria Borba reports. (8-19-21)
CA Drought: State Water Regulators Investigate Missing Water On Russian RiverWater that should flow downstream is mysteriously missing along Russian River. John Ramos tells us where officials believe that water is going.
CBS California Opinion Poll Shows Newsom With Thin Lead in RecallA poll commissioned by CBS News was released Sunday morning and it shows a surprisingly close recall election with 48 percent of likely voters saying they intend to vote “Yes” to remove Gov. Newsom. John Ramos reports. (8-15-21)
Democrat Paffrath Stands Apart From Crowded GOP Field in Recall ElectionDemocratic gubernatorial candidate Kevin Paffrath, a Ventura real estate investor with quite a following on YouTube, is determined to grab the spotlight among the long list of mostly-Republican challengers. Maria Cid Medina reports. (8-13-21)
Gov. Newsom Blasts Recall Election Frontrunner: 'To the Right of Trump'It's the fight of his life for Gov. Gavin Newsom as his recall election inches closer. Wilson Walker reports. (8-13-21)
San Francisco Businesses React to New Vaccination MandateThere's been plenty of reaction to San Francisco's COVID vaccination mandate both from businesses and the customers it will impact. Katie Nielsen reports. (8-12-21)
San Jose School Children Exposed to Lead From Nearby Reid-Hillview AirportJust as in-person classes are about to restart in San Jose, school officials in the Alum Rock district have a new environmental concern on their hands. Len Ramirez reports. (8-6-21)
San Francisco Mounts New Push to Clean City StreetsA new program called "Clean Corridors San Francisco" has the goal of helping to improve the city's reputation, health and safety -- as well as boosting the local economy. Wilson Walker reports. (8-5-21)
Santa Clara County Will Require All County Employees to Get COVID Vaccine22,000 employees who work at Santa Clara County buildings will fall under the vaccine mandate. Katie Nielsen reports. (7-29-21)
Silicon Valley Giants Join U.S. Gov't in Mandating Vaccination for EmployeesAs some states and cities step up incentives, the White House is calling on state and local governments to offer $100 to those who get vaccinated. Natalie Brand reports. (7-29-21)
Judge Overturns Decision To Cover Up SF School Mural Depicting Washington, Slavery, Native AmericansA judge overturned a decision to cover a SF school mural depicting George Washington, enslaved Blacks and slain Native Americans. Betty Yu talked to a former teacher at the school.
Task Force Unveils Plan to Get Bay Area Transit Agencies Back on TrackJohn Ramos reports on new proposal to save Bay Area public transit agencies suffering from declining ridership since the pandemic started (7-26-2021)

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