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United to launch COVID-19 testing program for SFO passengers traveling to Hawaii
United Airlines will launch an optional COVID-19 testing program for travelers headed from SFO to Hawaii.
San Francisco's de Young Museum reopens after being closed for 6 months
"We are finding that people are really longing to get back here. In fact, our Frida Kahlo show -- tickets are sold out for the first two weeks," said the Director and CEO of Fine Art Museums of San Francisco
San Francisco's Aquarium of the Bay reopens after pandemic shutdown
"We are pretty much booked solid": San Francisco's Aquarium of the Bay at Pier 39 reopened Monday after being closed for 27 weeks, the longest closure in the aquarium's 25-year history.
San Francisco restaurants could soon allow indoor dining, Mayor Breed says: 'we are doing okay'
"The fact is, we are doing okay with our numbers. And we want to keep it that way." San Francisco Mayor London Breed said the city could reopen indoor dining at restaurants as early as the end of this month.
'We are moving the needle': Walnut Creek police to change approach to mental illness after mother's efforts
"Miles was innocent with a garden tool and in broad daylight, he was shot," said Taun Hall, the mother of a man shot by Walnut Creek police in June 2019. The police department said Tuesday, it is allocating $100,000 toward expanding its crisis intervention team.
Slightly better Bay Area air coaxes many to resume outdoor activities
"It's just nice to get out": People and pets are cautiously and gradually coming out of hiding -- more grateful than ever to be back outdoors at the sight of slightly better air quality.
'We're finally back': San Francisco gyms, salons, personal services reopen for indoor operations
"Months and months and months. I'm so happy to be here." Owners and customers alike were ecstatic as some businesses were allowed to reopen for indoor services in San Francisco Monday.
SFFD holds September 11 remembrance ceremony
NEVER FORGET: San Francisco firefighters held their annual remembrance of the victims lost in the September 11 attacks, but there were changes because of COVID-19 and poor air quality.
Bay Area's orange skies give way to gray haze, but poor air quality increases health risks
Although our skies are no longer an apocalyptic orange, our air quality has taken a hit once again because of the ongoing wildfires.
Bay Area wakes up to ominous orange skies 'unlike anything' residents have experienced before
'SOMETHING IS WRONG': Bay Area residents woke up to unusual dark orange skies this morning, unlike anything people have ever seen.