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San Mateo County celebrating change to yellow tier, looking ahead
"I think we are on our way. I don't see us moving back. I see us moving forward. But June 15 will be another milestone, hopefully, the final milestone, for us ending COVID-19," Supervisor Canepa said.
Freightliner Trucks shows off electric zero-emission semi in Oakland
Freightliner says its eCascadia is the longest-range electric vehicle in North America. It takes two and half hours to charge and goes 230 miles on a full charge.
City of Benicia giving free pizza to young people getting their COVID-19 vaccines
"I think half of my decision was based on the pizza if I am being honest," she said, laughing, after getting the shot Wednesday.
California tourism industry tries to lure in business as reopening continues
"SFO has lost more passengers than any airport in the US due to the pandemic and is the slowest to recover," said Joe D'Alessandro, President of the San Francisco Visitors and Conventions Bureau.
San Francisco relaxes outdoor mask guidelines for vaccinated people
This officially clears vaccinated people in the city to relax their mask wearing during their outdoor workout this morning.
Red Flag Warning in Solano County puts residents on notice
"We could potentially see fires today like we would ordinarily see in July." Drought conditions and dry grass are providing fuel for fires in early May, which is giving fire crews a reason for concern.
Oakland faith leaders want Mayor Schaaf to reimagine city budget with 4 key demands
"The mayor is a person of faith. We aren't calling her out into a policy but calling her into her moral values and to support the people who need the help in the communities."
San Mateo mass vaccination site reopens with increased supply, offering drop-in shots
"We have the availability so why not use it? We are asking people to come down when they are free. We are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today," said County Manager Mike Callagy.
SF opens new vaccine clinic in the Ocean View neighborhood for underserved groups
"If there's a vaccine on this site, we want to get it in your arm. So walk down, drive down, ride your bike down, walk up, whatever you need to do," said Thibodeaux.