Beloved Livermore Restaurant ‘Campo di Bocce’ Closing Due To PandemicAnother Bay Area favorite is closing its doors for good. Betty Yu tells us the managers of Campo de Bocce in Livermore, said the pandemic finally took its toll.
COVID: New West Coast Mutation Is Linked To Northern CaliforniaResearchers are seeing the first cases of new mutation of COVID-19 specifically linked to California. Andria Borba talked to experts about the new variants.
Oakland Becomes First Bay Area City To Give Grocery Workers A RaiseOakland is the first city in the Bay Area to give its grocery workers a raise due to the pandemic. As Maria Medina reports, San Jose may be next.
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenAfter a wet weekend, no rain in the forecast.
German 1918 Pandemic Survivor Sees Disturbing Political Parallels With COVID-19The last time a deadly pandemic ravaged the world was one hundred years ago and a woman in Fremont has survived both of them. John Ramos explains that is the social aftermath of the calamity that has her most worried.
1 Dead, 2 Hurt In Shooting in SF’s Bayview NeighborhoodA man was killed and 2 others wounded in a triple-shooting just a block away from an elementary school in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood, according to police.
San Francisco Mayor, Police Chief, DA Condemn Fatal Assaults On SeniorsAllen Martin reports on Mayor London Breed being joined by the SFPD Chief and District Attorney to express outrage over recent assaults on elderly San Franciscans (2-2-2021)
San Jose City Council Weighs ‘Hero Pay’ For Grocery WorkersKatie Nielsen reports on San Jose officials considering mandated hazard pay for workers at chain grocery stores during the pandemic (2-2-2021)
Mission Neighbors Want SF To Fix Dangerous Intersection After Dog Is Nearly KilledSome neighbors in San Francisco are pleading for safety measures after a dog was nearly killed in a hit-and-run accident. Don Ford shows us why they say the intersection of Cesar Chavez and Forest Street is so dangerous.
Los Gatos Yoga Studio Under Fire For Planning Retreat In MexicoDevin Fehely reports on operators of a Los Gatos yoga studio receiving backlash for planned retreat during pandemic (2-2-2021)
Biden Signs Executive Orders On Immigration, Creates Task Force For Separated FamiliesNatalie Brand reports on President Biden signing executive orders to undo Trump immigration policies (2-2-2021)
Gov. Gavin Newsom Approval Slips As Recall Effort GrowsAs supporters of a recall campaign against Gov. Gavin Newsom get closer to their signature goal, a new poll finds the governor’s approval rating has dropped below 50%. Kenny Choi reports. (2/2/21)
Placer County Man’s Body Found In Snow With Dog By His SideThe body of 69-year-old David Deshon, who went missing over the weekend during a weekend snowstorm has been found. Deputies said Deshon’s dog was by his side and survived. Rachel Wulff reports. (2/2/21)
COVID Vaccines: Benicia Moves Fast On Distributing 1,400 ShotsIn Benicia and the immediate surrounding area there are thought to be about 1,600 people 75 years of age or older. It was monumental news when this community suddenly received 1,400 doses of vaccine. Wilson Walker reports. (2/2/21)
Super Bowl LV Honors Healthcare Workers Amid COVID-19 PandemicCBSN Bay Area talks to the NFL’s Executive Vice President of Club Business & League Events about the league’s decision to invite thousands of health care workers to watch Super Bowl LV.
Oakland Non-Profit Organization Hosts Treasure Hunt To Celebrate Black History MonthThe Black Joy Parade in Oakland is on hold this year due to the pandemic, instead it’s hosting a treasure hunt to help people discover some hidden gems in their neighborhoods.
Dr. Mark Ghaly Provides Update To California’s Response To COVID-19 PandemicCalifornia Secretary of the California Health and Human Services Dr. Mark Ghaly gives an update on the state’s COVID-19 pandemic response (2-2-2021)
Oakland Still Not Ready To Reopen Schools For In-Class LearningOakland Unified School District has indicated a return to the classroom is not imminent. Emily Turner reports. (2/2/21)
Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast with Mary Lee(2/2/21)
Amazing Tales Of Rescue, Survival In Wake Of Big Sierra StormIn the wake of the Sierra storm, there are some amazing tales of rescue and survival. Anna Giles reports.
String Of Violent Attacks Put Asian Community On EdgeViolent attacks caught on video have put the Bay Area’s Asian community on edge. Betty Yu has more on a fatal beating in San Francisco and a string of violent robberies in Oakland.
COVID: OUSD, Parents Plan Safe Reopening As In-Person Classes Resume In South BayAs in-person learning resumes in the South Bay, Oakland school board members held a virtual meeting with parents to discuss reopening on Monday night. Maria Medina tells us the board wants parents’ input on how to get students back to campus safely.