CBSN 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.
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.
Thursday Morning Forecast with Mary Lee(12/17/20)
Entire Bay Area Set To Be Under Stay Home Order Beginning TonightThe entire Bay Area will be under a regional stay-home order after available ICU capacity has fallen to 12.9 percent across the region, below the 15 percent threshhold to trigger the order. Napa, Solano, and San Mateo counties must shut down like the rest of the Bay Area. Kiet Do reports. (12/17/20)
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)
San Mateo County To End Shutdown Holdout When It Joins Stay-At-Home OrderKenny Choi reports on San Mateo County adjusting after Bay Area hospital region falls under 15% ICU capacity (12-16-2020)
Possible Side Effects Of Coronavirus Vaccine DescribedAccording to the FDA, there may be temporary side effects to the COVID-19 vaccine, including fatigue, headache and muscle pain. There have also been reports of a severe allergic reaction to the new Pfizer vaccine. Ken Bastida reports. (12/16/20)
Big Waves Cause Erosion Damage To Street Near Pacifica PierJoe Vazquez reports on repairs underway to fix street damaged by recent huge surf battering the Pacifica Pier (12-16-2020)
Wednesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect rain to move into the region Wednesday night, with showers continuing into the morning hours. On Thursday, skies will clear but conditions will be breezy, with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (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)
Oakland Sees Alarming Trend Of Armed Teens, Juveniles Committing Violent CrimesTeens and juveniles, some as young as 11 years old, are committing an alarming number of violent crimes in Oakland, according to police. Andria Borba reports. (12/16/20)
Oakland A's Donate $147,572 To Alameda County Community Food Bank(12/16/20)
President-Elect Biden Announces Pete Buttigieg As Nominee For Transportation SecretaryMichael George reports on latest cabinet nominations for Biden Administration (12-16-2020)
San Francisco Giants Donate To San Francisco Food Bank(12/16/20)
Wednesday Afternoon Forecast with Mary Lee(12/16/20)
President-Elect Biden Selects Former Rival Pete Buttigieg As Transportation SecretaryPresident-elect Joe Biden has nominated former Democratic rival Pete Buttigieg as Secretary of Transportation, while President Donald Trump Wednesday met with his cabinet and is still refusing to concede. Natalie Brand reports. (12/16/20)
Frontline Workers Receive COVID VaccineDozens of frontline workers received the COVID-19 vaccine this morning at John Muir Hospital in Walnut Creek while health officials addressed skepticism of the vaccine. (12/16/20)
Marin County Reports ICU Capacity ReachedMarin County is reporting there are no longer and ICU beds available with COVID case rates four times higher than they were just one month ago. Emily Turner reports. (12/16/20)
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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,
MARIN ICUs: Marin has become the first Bay Area county to reach its maximum ICU capacityMarin has become the first Bay Area county to reach its maximum ICU capacity
Drive Through 6 Flags Discovery Kingdom's 'Holiday In The Park'6 Flags Discovery Kingdom has created a holiday experience with a pandemic twist. Betty Yu takes us on a drive through the theme park's newly redesigned 'Holiday in the Park.'
COVID Vaccine: How Long Until Bay Area Gets Back To NormalNow that the vaccine has arrived in the Bay Area, Joe Vazquez asks a health expert, when will we start to see an impact on the pandemic.