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COVID-19 Vaccine QuestionsCBSN Bay Area asks Dr. Neha Narula with Stanford Health Care if you can still spread the Coronavirus even after you get the vaccine, and how long immunity could last after you get the vaccine.
DiscussingThe New COVID-19 StrainStanford Health Care's Dr. Malathi Srinivasan explains why the new strain of COVID-19 is more transmissible, and if it could become the dominant strain in the U.S..
Economic Outlook for California in 2021Bay Area Chief Economist Scott Anderson discusses the economic outlook for California in 2021
Inside Knowledge From the Inside: UC Berkeley Professor's Book Prison TruthWilliam Drummond's book 'Prison Truth: The story of San Quentin News' explores the only regularly published newspaper in the California prison system. Drummond, the longest tenured professor at the UC Berkeley School of Journalism, has been an advisor to the San Quentin News since 2012. Drummond spoke with CBSN Bay Area about inmates chronicling the coronavirus pandemic and why he thinks all prisons should be turned into colleges.
Bracing for Another Surge of COVID-19 PatientsWe ask Dr. Maja Artandi with Stanford Health Care if local hospitals are prepared to handle a possible surge on top of a surge due to holiday travel
Stay-at-Home Holiday BakingMary Lee shows us her mom's double layer cheesecake recipe
New Traffic Laws in 2020Gianna Franco talks to CHP about the new rules of the road that California drivers need to know about in the new year
A Look Back at 2020 in the Bay AreaFrom the Coronavirus pandemic to wildfires and social justice protests, a look back at the events that made headlines in the Bay Area in 2020
Fire Safety TipsLt. Jonathan Baxter with the San Francisco Fire Department shares some tips to help keep you and your family safe during the holidays
Allergic Reactions to COVID-19 VaccinesDr. Dean Winslow with Stanford Health Care tells us if there's any reason to be concerned about the handful of allergic reactions to Coronavirus vaccines
Helping Veterans During the HolidaysRetired Marine Captain, Wounded Warrior and VET Tv Founder Donny O’Malley raises awareness about suicides and social isolation among military veterans struggling with mental health issues during the holidays.
Tips to Stay Healthy During the Stay-at-Home HolidayDietary nutritionist Lane shares some tips to stay healthy during the holidays and the shelter-in-place
Holiday Spirits for the Shelter-in-PlaceSan Francisco bartender Miguel Salehi shares some simple holiday cocktail recipes
Prison Journalism Project Gives Incarcerated Writers A VoiceThe founders of the Prison Journalism Project, Shaheen Pasha & Yukari Iwatani Kane, speak with CBSN Bay Area about the new publication that trains inmates to write and publish their own stories .
Price Tag of PG&E's Bankruptcy PayoutsWho's really cashing in on PG&E's bankruptcy proceedings? Lily Jamali with KQED's The California Report follows the money
Debunking COVID-19 Myths Circulating OnlineDr. Stacie Vilendrer with Stanford Health Care separates fact from fiction when it comes to some Coronavirus vaccine stories seen on social media
'Garth & Trisha Live!' A Holiday Concert Event'Gianna Franco interviews country music artists Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood ahead of their holiday concert special on KPIX
Autistic Artist's Painting Selected for de Young Open ExhibitCBSN Bay Area talked with the mother of autistic teenager James Lee, also known as Jamesey, after one of his paintings debuted at the de Young Open Exhibit in San Francisco
Big Basin Redwoods State Parks Receives Generous DonationCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese interviews Sara Barth, Sempervirens Fund Executive Director, about the $543,000 donation to Big Basin Redwoods State Park to help in its recovery following the wildfires earlier this year.
MEDICAL MONDAY: Taking A Closer Look At COVID-19CBSN Bay Area's Anne Makovec talks to Stanford Health Care's Dr. Malathi Srinivasan about a new Stanford Medicine study that takes a closer look at COVID-19 infections, and the cells that likely get infected first.
Broadway Goes Virtual Amid COVID-19CBS interactive’s Leigh Scheps previews some Broadway performances that are available to watch virtually as Broadway shows continue to be shut down due to the pandemic.
Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Coming to San Francisco‘Immersive Van Gogh’ is a new exhibit coming to the SVN West in San Francisco in March. It’s a so-called ‘digital art experience’ which utilizes projection technology. CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese talked with the exhibit's producer, Corey Ross, about what to expect.
Lava Mae X Continues To Show Compassion To UnhousedSan Francisco based nonprofit Lava Mae has been serving people experiencing homelessness since 2014. In January they rebranded to become Lava Mae X to become more global. Then the covid-19 pandemic hit in March. CEO Kris Kepler describes how they adjusted to serving people during a global pandemic. Plus, Kris speaks about how Lava Mae X has expanded into 12 countries while staying true to their philosophy of radical hospitality.
SF Gay Men's Chorus Tradition Goes Virtual Amid COVID-19The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus is keeping tradition alive this holiday season with its "Home for the Holidays" concert. CBSN Bay Area's Anne Makovec talked with Artistic Director Timothy Seelig about how, like many other things, it’s going virtual this year.

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