Congress Set To Vote On COVID-19 Relief BillLawmakers on Capitol Hill are advancing a $900 billion COVID-19 relief package, as part of a larger bill to fund the federal government through September 2021. Skyler Henry reports. (12/21/20)
COVID: Moderna Vaccine Arrives In California After FDA AuthorizationMore than 110,000 doses of the recently approved Moderna vaccine have already been delivered today across the state, with more than 600,000 more expected by the end of the week. Katie Nielsen reports. (12/21/20)
COVID VACCINE: Who Gets Priority After Health Care Workers Are VaccinatedWho Gets Priority After Health Care Workers Are Vaccinated
COVID Christmas Travel: Thousands flow through San Francisco International Despite COVID quarantineThousands flow through San Francisco International Despite COVID quarantine
Project Home: 'Big Wave' Community To House Special Needs Adults In Half Moon Bay After Decades-Long BattleAfter two decades of public pushback, a community for developmentally disabled adults is finally being built in Half Moon Bay. Susie Steimle reports. (12/16/20)
Big Waves Cause Erosion Damage To Street Near Pacifica PierThe huge waves pounding Bay Area coastlines during recent weeks are taking their toll, with damage forcing crews to repair a street by the Pacifica Pier. Joe Vazquez reports. (12/16/20)
COVID Stay-At-Home: Solano Health Officer Worries Order Won't Slow Spread, Some 'Aren't Going To Be Persuaded'As all Bay Area counties are set to enter a stay-at-home order due to as ICU capacity dropping below 15%, a local health officer worries the latest order will not stop the surge in COVID-19 cases. Andrea Nakano reports. (12/16/20)
COVID: Bay Area Postal Customers See Holiday Delays As Pandemic Leads To Crush Of PackagesThe US Postal Service is facing an unprecedented workload this holiday season, as stay-at-home orders spark a wave of online shopping. Don Ford reports. (12/16/20)
Biden Transition: UC Berkeley Professor, Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm Named To Lead Energy DepartmentJennifer Granholm, former Governor of Michigan and a professor of public policy at UC Berkeley, has John Ramos reports. (12/16/20)
SFPD Body Cam Video: San Francisco police have released body-worn camera footage from a 2019 police encounterSan Francisco police have released body-worn camera footage from a 2019 police encounter that left a man with a broken leg and wrist,
COVID Vaccines: FDA Moves Closer To Authorizing Moderna ShotAs the first coronavirus vaccines from Pfizer get rolled out, the Food and Drug Administration is set to approve a vaccine from pharmaceutical giant Moderna for emergency use. Ken Bastida reports. (12/15/20)
COVID VACCINES: Health care workers prepare to be the first in the Bay Area to get the COVID vaccineHealth care workers prepare to be the first in the Bay Area to get the COVID vaccine
VACCINE Shipments: Fed Ex facility at Oakland International Airport preparing for arrival of vaccine flightsFed Ex facility at Oakland International Airport preparing for arrival of vaccine
ELECTORAL COLLEGE: One of the oldest voters in California's delegation to Electoral College talks about voteOne of the oldest voters in California's delegation to Electoral College talks about vote
VACCINE SHIPMENTS ARRIVE: First shipments of the COVID 19 vaccine begin arriving in San Francisco Bay AreaFirst shipments of the COVID 19 vaccine begin arriving in San Francisco Bay Area
SF GUN BUYBACK: San Francisco Police buy back more than 200 guns in effort to make streets saferSan Francisco Police buy back more than 200 guns in effort to make streets safer
Project Home: Small Bay Area Landlords Warn Of Evictions Without Federal HelpSmall landlords said they’ve reached a breaking point. Susie Steimle reports. (12/9/20)
COVID Surge: ICUs Full At 3 Santa Clara County Hospitals; Doctors, Nurses At LimitAs COVID-19 continues to surge, hospitals in Santa Clara County are filling up, with three hospitals saying their ICUs are full. Meanwhile caregivers saying they are at their limit. Joe Vazquez reports. (12/9/20)
COVID And Schools: Oakland Unified Teachers Push Back On Plan To Reopen In-Person LearningA group of protestors Wednesday night took to the streets of Oakland, speaking out about reopening schools. Andrea Nakano reports. (12/9/20)
COVID PANDEMIC: South Bay hospital runs out of ICU beds amid a surge in new COVID casesSouth Bay hospital runs out of ICU beds amid a surge in new COVID cases
COVID: Calvary Chapel San Jose, Pastor Held In Contempt For Defying Gathering, Mask OrdersA Santa Clara County judge Tuesday held a San Jose church and its pastor in contempt over holding large indoor gatherings with hundreds in attendance in violation of COVID-19 safety protocols. Devin Fehely reports. (12/8/20)
Wednesday Evening Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect a mix of sun and clouds on Wednesday, with highs in the 60s. On Thursday, winds are expected to pick up, with wet weather possibly returning to the Bay Area this weekend. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (12/8/20)
Biden Transition: President-Elect Announces Health TeamWith the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to rage, President-elect Joe Biden announced his health team Tuesday, which will include California Attorney General Xavier Becerra as his Health and Human Services secretary. Natalie Brand reports. (12/8/20)
COVID: East Bay Restaurant Owners Angry Over Latest Stay-At Home OrderA group of restaurant owners upset over the latest shutdowns are mull protests as the current stay-at-home order bans outdoor dining until early January. Juliette Goodrich reports. (12/8/20)

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