On June 15, at the stroke of midnight, California will lift most COVID-19 restrictions. But as Juliette Goodrich tells us, people should not ditch their masks, just yet.
COVID Reopening: As California Lifts Restrictions Masks Become Optional In Most PlacesOn June 15, at the stroke of midnight, California will lift most COVID-19 restrictions. But as Juliette Goodrich tells us, people should not ditch their masks, just yet.
Gov. Newsom Announces New Travel Vaccination Incentives, Promotes State TourismJustin Andrews reports on Gov. Newsom's newly announced vaccination incentives and promotion of California tourism (6-14-2021)
Democrats Demand Former Attorneys General Testify About Trump Administration Data SeizureDebra Alfarone reports on DOJ investigation of Democratic legislators during Trump Administration (6-11-2021)
Polls Show Caitlyn Jenner With Slim Support in Recall RaceCaitlyn Jenner has seen slim support so far in the California governor recall race. Ken Bastida reports on how she's trying to change that. (6-10-21)
RAW: Gov. Newsom Blasts Federal Judge Who Overruled State's Assault Weapon BanGov. Gavin Newsom unleashes harsh criticism of federal judge whose ruling overturned California's long-standing assault weapons ban (6-10-2021)
President Biden Announces Plans to Boost Global COVID Vaccination SupplySkyler Henry reports on President Biden pledging U.S. will donate 500 million COVID vaccine doses to countries in need (6-10-2021)
AG Bonta, Newsom Announce Appeal To Ruling On State’s Assault Weapon BanLen Kiese reports on Gov. Newsom and California Attorney General Bonta announcing appeal of judge's ruling on state assault weapons ban (6-10-2021)
COVID Reopening: Cal/OSHA Withdraws Controversial Work Mask RulesLess than a week before the state fully reopens, the Cal/OSHA board unanimously withdrew masking rules which would’ve required every employee in a room to be full vaccinated before going maskless. The meeting was heated with hours of public comment. Andrea Nakano reports. (6/9/21)
COVID: High Vaccine Rates Put San Francisco On Path To Herd ImmunitySan Francisco could be the first major city in the U.S to reach herd immunity. Kenny Choi explains why.
COVID: UCSF Experts Urge Return To School Citing Harmful Effects Of Pandemic On ChildrenPublic health officials in San Francisco are making a big push to get schools fully reopened this Fall. Kiet Do shows us the harmful impact the pandemic has had on children's mental health.
Bay Area Lawmaker Calls For Wealth Tax Amid Report On How Some Wealthy Americans Avoid TaxesAmid an eye-opening ProPublica report on how some of the wealthiest Americans legally avoid income taxes, a Bay Area lawmaker is pushing his measure that would place a wealth tax on people with at least $50 million in holdings. John Ramos reports. (6/9/21)
San Francisco Supervisor Wants Pandemic Portable Toilets to Stay on StreetsAndria Borba reports on the debate over whether to keep portable toilets that had been set up during the pandemic in the streets (6-8-2021)
Oakland Begins First Phase Of $500 Guaranteed Income ProgramA guaranteed income pilot program that would be one of the largest in the country called Oakland Resilient Families is about to kick off. Kenny Choi reports. (6/8/21)
High Fire Season Prompts Contra Costa Co. To Impose Fines, Rewards For Illegal FireworksContra Costa Co. is cracking down on illegal fireworks well ahead of the Fourth of July during one of the most dangerous fire seasons on record. Wilson Walker shows us the new law that imposes fines and offers rewards.
San Jose Mayor Renews Calls For Mandatory Gun Insurance, Fees In Wake Of VTA ShootingIn the wake of last month's VTA mass shooting, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo has reintroduced his proposal for mandatory gun owners' insurance, and an annual gun fee, in addition to other provisions. Kiet Do reports. (6/8/21)
Senate Releases Report on Intelligence Failures Leading Up to Washington D.C. SiegeNatalie Brand reports on details about bipartisan report on Capitol Siege intelligence failures (6-8-2021)
COVID Recovery: Palo Alto Businesses Debate Whether To Keep Temporary Road ClosuresAs the state's June 15 reopening date approaches there is a debate over the temporary road closures that helped local restaurants survive the pandemic. Kiet Do talked to businesses in Palo Alto.
FDA Approves First Drug That Slows Cognitive Decline In Alzheimer's PatientsThe FDA has approved the first Alzheimer's treatment that attacks the actual disease process itself. But as Ken Bastida reports, the move is not without controversy.
COVID Recovery: Bay Area Small Businesses Count Down 1 Week Until Full ReopeningSmall businesses throughout the Bay Area are counting the days until the state lifts most COVID-19 restrictions on June 15. Juliette Goodrich reports. (6/7/21)
VP Harris Addresses Border Crisis During Visit to GuatemalaEd O'Keefe reports on Vice President Kamala Harris addressing immigration from Guatemala during first trip abroad (6-7-2021)
Raw Video: Newsom Announces Regulatory Relief For Bars, Restaurants Amid Full ReopeningAt an appearance in San Francisco, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the state would continue allowing outdoor dining expansions and parklets past the June 15 date of the state's reopening as part of a plan to boost restaurant business. (6/3/21)
Could VTA Shooting Have Been Prevented? Gun Violence Restraining Orders Increase in CaliforniaCould the VTA mass shooting have been prevented? Experts say many California workers don’t know there’s a law on the books that can help protect them, if they feel threatened. Allen Martin reports. (6/2/21)
Windsor Council Nominates Vice Mayor Sam Salmon To Replace Dominic FoppoliTown officials in the community of Windsor have nominated Vice Mayor Sam Salmon to replace former mayor Dominic Foppoli, who resigned last month after facing numerous sexual assault allegations. Andrea Nakano reports. (6/2/21)
Pride Flag Flown At Gilroy City Hall Following Objections By Some City LeadersFor the first time in the city's history, Gilroy is flying the Pride flag outside City Hall, but not without controversy. Maria Medina reports. (6/2/21)