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Coronavirus: San Jose care facility has six positive COVID-19 cases, 26 more people to be tested

Coronavirus: San Jose care facility has six positive COVID-19 cases, 26 more people to be tested

A total of six people at an East San Jose skilled nursing facility have tested positive for COVID-19, and the facility’s operators are working with county heal [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: San Jose care facility has ...→

Coronavirus: San Jose care facility has six positive COVID-19 cases, 26 more people to be tested

Coronavirus: San Jose care facility has six positive COVID-19 cases, 26 more people to be tested

A total of six people at an East San Jose skilled nursing facility have tested positive for COVID-19, and the facility’s operators are working with county heal [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: San Jose care facility has ...→

Officials: Positive trend seen in Wisconsin COVID-19 testing

Officials: Positive trend seen in Wisconsin COVID-19 testing

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Wisconsin health officials on Saturday reported 322 new cases of the coronavirus, a number that continued a downward trend of positive tests b [...] Read full article: Officials: Positive trend seen in Wiscon...→

Home sale prices from San Jose area and Peninsula, June 6

Large home on big flat corner lot in Monte Sereno, and other residential transactions in Santa Clara, San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties. Read full article: Home sale prices from San Jose area and ...→

San Jose Mayor Proposal Would Change Police Use-Of-Force Policy

Thousands of Black Lives Matter protesters rallied outside San Jose City Hall Friday and later marched peacefully to police headquarters to demand accountabili [...] Read full article: San Jose Mayor Proposal Would Change Pol...→

FTC Warns Chula Vista Health Seller to Quit Claiming COVID Prevention - Times of San Diego

A Chula Vista company that sells health and wellness products received a letter from the Federal Trade Commission Friday warning company representatives to hal [...] Read full article: FTC Warns Chula Vista Health Seller to Q...→

Officials Probe COVID-19 Outbreak at Houston Area Facility

Officials Probe COVID-19 Outbreak at Houston Area Facility

Health officials are investigating an outbreak of COVID-19 at a suburban Houston health care facility where 14 deaths have reported. Read full article: Officials Probe COVID-19 Outbreak at Hou...→

Coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts increase by 35, many trends stay positive

Coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts increase by 35, many trends stay positive

Massachusetts health officials on Friday reported that 35 more people have died from the coronavirus and 494 new cases were reported, continuing an encouraging [...] Read full article: Coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts incr...→

It’s showtime: Drive-in movie theaters reopen in San Jose, Concord

It’s showtime: Drive-in movie theaters reopen in San Jose, Concord

West Wind has reopened its Capitol, Solano drive-in theaters, which had been closed due to curfews put in place over concerns about civil unrest. Read full article: It’s showtime: Drive-in movie theaters r...→

Coronavirus Live Updates: COVID-19 in the Bay Area, Friday June 5

Coronavirus Live Updates: COVID-19 in the Bay Area, Friday June 5

The nation added 2.5 million new jobs in May, news that pleased stock investors. Meanwhile, California is on pace to top 125,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Read full article: Coronavirus Live Updates: COVID-19 in th...→

Lawmaker threatens to subpoena Department of Health over data about COVID-19 in long-term care facilities | MinnPost

Lawmaker threatens to subpoena Department of Health over data about COVID-19 in long-term care facilities | MinnPost

In a letter to the agency, state Sen. Karin Housley said the Senate’s Family Care and Aging Committee, which Housley chairs, has tried to learn more from the M [...] Read full article: Lawmaker threatens to subpoena Departmen...→

COVID and kids: A new inflammatory syndrome poses safety challenge for California schools, day care

COVID and kids: A new inflammatory syndrome poses safety challenge for California schools, day care

A rare but serious syndrome linked to coronavirus is striking California children, with cases rising across the country. Read full article: COVID and kids: A new inflammatory syndr...→

San Jose Police Defend Protest Crowd-Handling Tactics During George Floyd Protests

San Jose Police Defend Protest Crowd-Handling Tactics During George Floyd Protests

San Jose police on Thursday defended the tactics the department used to quell violence and looting during the recent protests over George Floyd's in-custody de [...] Read full article: San Jose Police Defend Protest Crowd-Han...→

San Francisco Offers 'Pop-Up' COVID-19 Testing for Demonstrators

San Francisco Offers 'Pop-Up' COVID-19 Testing for Demonstrators

San Francisco city officials on Friday established a free, pop-up coronavirus testing clinic for people protesting in aftermath of George Floyd’s death. Read full article: San Francisco Offers 'Pop-Up' COVID-19 T...→

Tarrant County Reports 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths, 88 New Cases of COVID-19

Tarrant County Reports 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths, 88 New Cases of COVID-19

An Arlington woman in her 80s and a Fort Worth woman in her 80s are the 175th and 176th people in Tarrant County to die after testing positive for COVID-19, he [...] Read full article: Tarrant County Reports 2 More Coronaviru...→

Coronavirus in Colorado, June 6: A look at the latest updates on COVID-19

Coronavirus in Colorado, June 6: A look at the latest updates on COVID-19

New data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment showed 240 new cases diagnosed the previous day, bringing the state’s total to 27,615. T [...] Read full article: Coronavirus in Colorado, June 6: A look ...→

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: State Allows Bars To Reopen; Cruise Line Sued For Exposing Passengers To COVID-19

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: State Allows Bars To Reopen; Cruise Line Sued For Exposing Passengers To COVID-19

COVID-19 Masks Pose Unique Problem For Deaf, Hard Of Hearing Community SAN FRANCISCO — The coronavirus pandemic has forced the deaf and hard of hearing communi [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: State All...→

Coronavirus economy: Santana Row in San Jose reopens some shops, restaurants

Coronavirus economy: Santana Row in San Jose reopens some shops, restaurants

Seven retailers are now open for in-store shopping and services at Santana Row, while six restaurants are now open for outdoor dining, according to Federal Rea [...] Read full article: Coronavirus economy: Santana Row in San ...→

2 more detainees, employee at Cook County Juvenile detention center test positive for COVID-19

2 more detainees, employee at Cook County Juvenile detention center test positive for COVID-19

So far, 18 residents and 22 employees at the detention center have tested positive for the coronavirus, officials said. Read full article: 2 more detainees, employee at Cook Count...→

San Jose man died in fatal bicycle hit-and-run; suspect sought

San Jose man died in fatal bicycle hit-and-run; suspect sought

A 59-year-old woman also was injured in the collision on the Guadelupe River Trail in North San Jose. Read full article: San Jose man died in fatal bicycle hit-a...→

San Jose private school alumni speak out about the racism they say they faced

San Jose private school alumni speak out about the racism they say they faced

Their voices joined conversations about racial justice happening across the nation in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Read full article: San Jose private school alumni speak out...→

Coronavirus Updates: De Blasio Tells Protesters To Get Tested For COVID-19

Public health experts have increasingly expressed concern, saying that yelling, shouting and singing can project viral droplets. Read full article: Coronavirus Updates: De Blasio Tells Pro...→

Crews Mopping Up San Jose Wildfire Hot Spots; Arson Suspect In Custody

Crews Mopping Up San Jose Wildfire Hot Spots; Arson Suspect In Custody

Crews continued to monitor and extinguish hot spots along a ridge in the San Jose hills early Friday after six intentionally set fires drove local residents fr [...] Read full article: Crews Mopping Up San Jose Wildfire Hot S...→

Alabama football players test positive for coronavirus ahead of return to campus, reports say

Alabama football players test positive for coronavirus ahead of return to campus, reports say

A handful of Alabama football players reportedly tested positive for coronavirus as player-led workouts resumed earlier this week in preparation for the 2020 s [...] Read full article: Alabama football players test positive f...→

San Bernardino County Reports Additional Coronavirus Death, Ventura Reports More Cases

San Bernardino County Reports Additional Coronavirus Death, Ventura Reports More Cases

As of Thursday evening, 69,266 San Bernardino County residents had been tested and 30,025 Ventura County residents had been tested. Read full article: San Bernardino County Reports Additional...→

Multiple Vegetation Fires Reported In South San Jose

Multiple Vegetation Fires Reported In South San Jose

Multiple fires were reported Thursday evening in the South San Jose near a water treatment plant. Read full article: Multiple Vegetation Fires Reported In So...→

Dallas County Adds 289 COVID-19 Cases, 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths

Dallas County Adds 289 COVID-19 Cases, 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths

For the third straight day, health officials in Dallas County reported more than 285 new cases of the coronavirus, plus two additional COVID-19-related deaths. Read full article: Dallas County Adds 289 COVID-19 Cases, 2...→

San Diego County Reports 165 New Coronavirus Cases and 2 More Deaths - Times of San Diego

The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported 165 new cases of coronavirus and two more deaths from the disease. Read full article: San Diego County Reports 165 New Coronav...→

Coronavirus In Illinois: 975 News COVID-19 Cases, 72 Additional Deaths Confirmed

Coronavirus In Illinois: 975 News COVID-19 Cases, 72 Additional Deaths Confirmed

Illinois public health officials announced 975 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 72 additional confirmed deaths Saturday.  Read full article: Coronavirus In Illinois: 975 News COVID-...→

MDH releases detailed data on COVID-19 cases in MN's long-term care facilities | MinnPost

MDH releases detailed data on COVID-19 cases in MN's long-term care facilities | MinnPost

The state had previously not disclosed the number of known cases and deaths at individual facilities in Minnesota. But it reversed course after it was threaten [...] Read full article: MDH releases detailed data on COVID-19 c...→

San Jose mayor calls on police to explain use of tear gas, rubber bullets during protests

San Jose mayor calls on police to explain use of tear gas, rubber bullets during protests

The proposal comes after widespread criticism of law enforcement tactics during San Jose’s protests against police brutality this week. Read full article: San Jose mayor calls on police to explai...→

Coronavirus In Minnesota: 712 More COVID-19 Cases Reported As Daily Testing Soars Above 10,000

Coronavirus In Minnesota: 712 More COVID-19 Cases Reported As Daily Testing Soars Above 10,000

As Minnesotans expect to learn the state’s next steps in reopening Friday, the state announced an additional 712 cases of COVID-19 and 33 more deaths. Read full article: Coronavirus In Minnesota: 712 More COVID...→

LASD Reports 307 Employees, 2,383 Inmates Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 Since Pandemic Began

LASD Reports 307 Employees, 2,383 Inmates Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 Since Pandemic Began

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department reports 307 employees and 2,383 inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic began. Read full article: LASD Reports 307 Employees, 2,383 Inmate...→

Police Search For Suspect In Fatal San Jose Cycling Trail Hit-And-Run

Police Search For Suspect In Fatal San Jose Cycling Trail Hit-And-Run

A 61-year-old man was killed and a 59-year-old female injured when another cyclist slammed into them on a popular San Jose bicycling trail Thursday afternoon. Read full article: Police Search For Suspect In Fatal San J...→

Coronavirus: California approaches 125,000 COVID-19 cases, new case average at record high

Coronavirus: California approaches 125,000 COVID-19 cases, new case average at record high

The seven-day new case average in the state reached a new peak Thursday as California has averaged 2,681.14 new cases over the last week. Read full article: Coronavirus: California approaches 125,0...→

Large San Jose George Floyd Protest Remains Peaceful Without Curfew

Large San Jose George Floyd Protest Remains Peaceful Without Curfew

A large protest in downtown San Jose Thursday ended peacefully with no law enforcement in sight — a stark contrast from last week’s protest that erupted in vio [...] Read full article: Large San Jose George Floyd Protest Rema...→

San Jose: 1 dead in hit-and-run involving three bicyclists

A woman was also injured in crash on Guadalupe River Trail; the suspect remains at large. Read full article: San Jose: 1 dead in hit-and-run involvin...→

'Racism is a pandemic too': UCSF health care workers join San Francisco protest for George Floyd

'Racism is a pandemic too': UCSF health care workers join San Francisco protest for George Floyd

Photos show the UCSF health care workers carrying signs with phrases like "Silence is Violence," "Racism is a Pandemic Too" and "Racism is a Public Health Cris [...] Read full article: 'Racism is a pandemic too': UCSF health ...→

San Jose fires: Arson suspected in fires burning in Santa Teresa foothills

San Jose fires: Arson suspected in fires burning in Santa Teresa foothills

FIRE IN SAN JOSE: Multiple fires are burning in South San Jose. Officials say this may be the work of an arsonist. Read full article: San Jose fires: Arson suspected in fires...→

Dallas County Adds 289 COVID-19 Cases, 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths

Dallas County Adds 289 COVID-19 Cases, 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths

For the third straight day, health officials in Dallas County reported more than 285 new cases of the coronavirus, plus two additional COVID-19-related deaths. Read full article: Dallas County Adds 289 COVID-19 Cases, 2...→

Officials: Positive trend seen in Wisconsin COVID-19 testing

Officials: Positive trend seen in Wisconsin COVID-19 testing

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Wisconsin health officials on Saturday reported 322 new cases of the coronavirus, a number that continued a downward trend of positive tests b [...] Read full article: Officials: Positive trend seen in Wiscon...→

Coronavirus In Illinois: 975 News COVID-19 Cases, 72 Additional Deaths Confirmed

Coronavirus In Illinois: 975 News COVID-19 Cases, 72 Additional Deaths Confirmed

Illinois public health officials announced 975 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 72 additional confirmed deaths Saturday.  Read full article: Coronavirus In Illinois: 975 News COVID-...→

Coronavirus in Colorado, June 6: A look at the latest updates on COVID-19

Coronavirus in Colorado, June 6: A look at the latest updates on COVID-19

New data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment showed 240 new cases diagnosed the previous day, bringing the state’s total to 27,615. T [...] Read full article: Coronavirus in Colorado, June 6: A look ...→

San Jose Mayor Proposal Would Change Police Use-Of-Force Policy

Thousands of Black Lives Matter protesters rallied outside San Jose City Hall Friday and later marched peacefully to police headquarters to demand accountabili [...] Read full article: San Jose Mayor Proposal Would Change Pol...→

Coronavirus economy: Santana Row in San Jose reopens some shops, restaurants

Coronavirus economy: Santana Row in San Jose reopens some shops, restaurants

Seven retailers are now open for in-store shopping and services at Santana Row, while six restaurants are now open for outdoor dining, according to Federal Rea [...] Read full article: Coronavirus economy: Santana Row in San ...→

Officials Probe COVID-19 Outbreak at Houston Area Facility

Officials Probe COVID-19 Outbreak at Houston Area Facility

Health officials are investigating an outbreak of COVID-19 at a suburban Houston health care facility where 14 deaths have reported. Read full article: Officials Probe COVID-19 Outbreak at Hou...→

Coronavirus In Minnesota: 712 More COVID-19 Cases Reported As Daily Testing Soars Above 10,000

Coronavirus In Minnesota: 712 More COVID-19 Cases Reported As Daily Testing Soars Above 10,000

As Minnesotans expect to learn the state’s next steps in reopening Friday, the state announced an additional 712 cases of COVID-19 and 33 more deaths. Read full article: Coronavirus In Minnesota: 712 More COVID...→

2 more detainees, employee at Cook County Juvenile detention center test positive for COVID-19

2 more detainees, employee at Cook County Juvenile detention center test positive for COVID-19

So far, 18 residents and 22 employees at the detention center have tested positive for the coronavirus, officials said. Read full article: 2 more detainees, employee at Cook Count...→

It’s showtime: Drive-in movie theaters reopen in San Jose, Concord

It’s showtime: Drive-in movie theaters reopen in San Jose, Concord

West Wind has reopened its Capitol, Solano drive-in theaters, which had been closed due to curfews put in place over concerns about civil unrest. Read full article: It’s showtime: Drive-in movie theaters r...→

Police Search For Suspect In Fatal San Jose Cycling Trail Hit-And-Run

Police Search For Suspect In Fatal San Jose Cycling Trail Hit-And-Run

A 61-year-old man was killed and a 59-year-old female injured when another cyclist slammed into them on a popular San Jose bicycling trail Thursday afternoon. Read full article: Police Search For Suspect In Fatal San J...→

San Jose private school alumni speak out about the racism they say they faced

San Jose private school alumni speak out about the racism they say they faced

Their voices joined conversations about racial justice happening across the nation in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Read full article: San Jose private school alumni speak out...→

Coronavirus Live Updates: COVID-19 in the Bay Area, Friday June 5

Coronavirus Live Updates: COVID-19 in the Bay Area, Friday June 5

The nation added 2.5 million new jobs in May, news that pleased stock investors. Meanwhile, California is on pace to top 125,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Read full article: Coronavirus Live Updates: COVID-19 in th...→

Coronavirus: California approaches 125,000 COVID-19 cases, new case average at record high

Coronavirus: California approaches 125,000 COVID-19 cases, new case average at record high

The seven-day new case average in the state reached a new peak Thursday as California has averaged 2,681.14 new cases over the last week. Read full article: Coronavirus: California approaches 125,0...→

Crews Mopping Up San Jose Wildfire Hot Spots; Arson Suspect In Custody

Crews Mopping Up San Jose Wildfire Hot Spots; Arson Suspect In Custody

Crews continued to monitor and extinguish hot spots along a ridge in the San Jose hills early Friday after six intentionally set fires drove local residents fr [...] Read full article: Crews Mopping Up San Jose Wildfire Hot S...→

COVID and kids: A new inflammatory syndrome poses safety challenge for California schools, day care

COVID and kids: A new inflammatory syndrome poses safety challenge for California schools, day care

A rare but serious syndrome linked to coronavirus is striking California children, with cases rising across the country. Read full article: COVID and kids: A new inflammatory syndr...→

San Jose Police Defend Protest Crowd-Handling Tactics During George Floyd Protests

San Jose Police Defend Protest Crowd-Handling Tactics During George Floyd Protests

San Jose police on Thursday defended the tactics the department used to quell violence and looting during the recent protests over George Floyd's in-custody de [...] Read full article: San Jose Police Defend Protest Crowd-Han...→

'Racism is a pandemic too': UCSF health care workers join San Francisco protest for George Floyd

'Racism is a pandemic too': UCSF health care workers join San Francisco protest for George Floyd

Photos show the UCSF health care workers carrying signs with phrases like "Silence is Violence," "Racism is a Pandemic Too" and "Racism is a Public Health Cris [...] Read full article: 'Racism is a pandemic too': UCSF health ...→

Multiple Vegetation Fires Reported In South San Jose

Multiple Vegetation Fires Reported In South San Jose

Multiple fires were reported Thursday evening in the South San Jose near a water treatment plant. Read full article: Multiple Vegetation Fires Reported In So...→

San Francisco Offers 'Pop-Up' COVID-19 Testing for Demonstrators

San Francisco Offers 'Pop-Up' COVID-19 Testing for Demonstrators

San Francisco city officials on Friday established a free, pop-up coronavirus testing clinic for people protesting in aftermath of George Floyd’s death. Read full article: San Francisco Offers 'Pop-Up' COVID-19 T...→

San Diego County Reports 165 New Coronavirus Cases and 2 More Deaths - Times of San Diego

The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported 165 new cases of coronavirus and two more deaths from the disease. Read full article: San Diego County Reports 165 New Coronav...→

Tarrant County Reports 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths, 88 New Cases of COVID-19

Tarrant County Reports 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths, 88 New Cases of COVID-19

An Arlington woman in her 80s and a Fort Worth woman in her 80s are the 175th and 176th people in Tarrant County to die after testing positive for COVID-19, he [...] Read full article: Tarrant County Reports 2 More Coronaviru...→

Home sale prices from San Jose area and Peninsula, June 6

Large home on big flat corner lot in Monte Sereno, and other residential transactions in Santa Clara, San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties. Read full article: Home sale prices from San Jose area and ...→

MDH releases detailed data on COVID-19 cases in MN's long-term care facilities | MinnPost

MDH releases detailed data on COVID-19 cases in MN's long-term care facilities | MinnPost

The state had previously not disclosed the number of known cases and deaths at individual facilities in Minnesota. But it reversed course after it was threaten [...] Read full article: MDH releases detailed data on COVID-19 c...→

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: State Allows Bars To Reopen; Cruise Line Sued For Exposing Passengers To COVID-19

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: State Allows Bars To Reopen; Cruise Line Sued For Exposing Passengers To COVID-19

COVID-19 Masks Pose Unique Problem For Deaf, Hard Of Hearing Community SAN FRANCISCO — The coronavirus pandemic has forced the deaf and hard of hearing communi [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: State All...→

FTC Warns Chula Vista Health Seller to Quit Claiming COVID Prevention - Times of San Diego

A Chula Vista company that sells health and wellness products received a letter from the Federal Trade Commission Friday warning company representatives to hal [...] Read full article: FTC Warns Chula Vista Health Seller to Q...→

San Jose mayor calls on police to explain use of tear gas, rubber bullets during protests

San Jose mayor calls on police to explain use of tear gas, rubber bullets during protests

The proposal comes after widespread criticism of law enforcement tactics during San Jose’s protests against police brutality this week. Read full article: San Jose mayor calls on police to explai...→

Coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts increase by 35, many trends stay positive

Coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts increase by 35, many trends stay positive

Massachusetts health officials on Friday reported that 35 more people have died from the coronavirus and 494 new cases were reported, continuing an encouraging [...] Read full article: Coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts incr...→

LASD Reports 307 Employees, 2,383 Inmates Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 Since Pandemic Began

LASD Reports 307 Employees, 2,383 Inmates Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 Since Pandemic Began

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department reports 307 employees and 2,383 inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic began. Read full article: LASD Reports 307 Employees, 2,383 Inmate...→

San Jose man died in fatal bicycle hit-and-run; suspect sought

San Jose man died in fatal bicycle hit-and-run; suspect sought

A 59-year-old woman also was injured in the collision on the Guadelupe River Trail in North San Jose. Read full article: San Jose man died in fatal bicycle hit-a...→

Coronavirus Updates: De Blasio Tells Protesters To Get Tested For COVID-19

Public health experts have increasingly expressed concern, saying that yelling, shouting and singing can project viral droplets. Read full article: Coronavirus Updates: De Blasio Tells Pro...→

Lawmaker threatens to subpoena Department of Health over data about COVID-19 in long-term care facilities | MinnPost

Lawmaker threatens to subpoena Department of Health over data about COVID-19 in long-term care facilities | MinnPost

In a letter to the agency, state Sen. Karin Housley said the Senate’s Family Care and Aging Committee, which Housley chairs, has tried to learn more from the M [...] Read full article: Lawmaker threatens to subpoena Departmen...→

Large San Jose George Floyd Protest Remains Peaceful Without Curfew

Large San Jose George Floyd Protest Remains Peaceful Without Curfew

A large protest in downtown San Jose Thursday ended peacefully with no law enforcement in sight — a stark contrast from last week’s protest that erupted in vio [...] Read full article: Large San Jose George Floyd Protest Rema...→

Alabama football players test positive for coronavirus ahead of return to campus, reports say

Alabama football players test positive for coronavirus ahead of return to campus, reports say

A handful of Alabama football players reportedly tested positive for coronavirus as player-led workouts resumed earlier this week in preparation for the 2020 s [...] Read full article: Alabama football players test positive f...→

San Jose: 1 dead in hit-and-run involving three bicyclists

A woman was also injured in crash on Guadalupe River Trail; the suspect remains at large. Read full article: San Jose: 1 dead in hit-and-run involvin...→

San Bernardino County Reports Additional Coronavirus Death, Ventura Reports More Cases

San Bernardino County Reports Additional Coronavirus Death, Ventura Reports More Cases

As of Thursday evening, 69,266 San Bernardino County residents had been tested and 30,025 Ventura County residents had been tested. Read full article: San Bernardino County Reports Additional...→

San Jose fires: Arson suspected in fires burning in Santa Teresa foothills

San Jose fires: Arson suspected in fires burning in Santa Teresa foothills

FIRE IN SAN JOSE: Multiple fires are burning in South San Jose. Officials say this may be the work of an arsonist. Read full article: San Jose fires: Arson suspected in fires...→

San Francisco Offers 'Pop-Up' COVID-19 Testing for Demonstrators

San Francisco Offers 'Pop-Up' COVID-19 Testing for Demonstrators

San Francisco city officials on Friday established a free, pop-up coronavirus testing clinic for people protesting in aftermath of George Floyd’s death. Read full article: San Francisco Offers 'Pop-Up' COVID-19 T...→

Dallas County Adds 289 COVID-19 Cases, 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths

Dallas County Adds 289 COVID-19 Cases, 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths

For the third straight day, health officials in Dallas County reported more than 285 new cases of the coronavirus, plus two additional COVID-19-related deaths. Read full article: Dallas County Adds 289 COVID-19 Cases, 2...→

San Diego County Reports 165 New Coronavirus Cases and 2 More Deaths - Times of San Diego

The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported 165 new cases of coronavirus and two more deaths from the disease. Read full article: San Diego County Reports 165 New Coronav...→

Officials: Positive trend seen in Wisconsin COVID-19 testing

Officials: Positive trend seen in Wisconsin COVID-19 testing

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Wisconsin health officials on Saturday reported 322 new cases of the coronavirus, a number that continued a downward trend of positive tests b [...] Read full article: Officials: Positive trend seen in Wiscon...→

Tarrant County Reports 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths, 88 New Cases of COVID-19

Tarrant County Reports 2 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths, 88 New Cases of COVID-19

An Arlington woman in her 80s and a Fort Worth woman in her 80s are the 175th and 176th people in Tarrant County to die after testing positive for COVID-19, he [...] Read full article: Tarrant County Reports 2 More Coronaviru...→

Coronavirus In Illinois: 975 News COVID-19 Cases, 72 Additional Deaths Confirmed

Coronavirus In Illinois: 975 News COVID-19 Cases, 72 Additional Deaths Confirmed

Illinois public health officials announced 975 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 72 additional confirmed deaths Saturday.  Read full article: Coronavirus In Illinois: 975 News COVID-...→

Home sale prices from San Jose area and Peninsula, June 6

Large home on big flat corner lot in Monte Sereno, and other residential transactions in Santa Clara, San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties. Read full article: Home sale prices from San Jose area and ...→

Coronavirus in Colorado, June 6: A look at the latest updates on COVID-19

Coronavirus in Colorado, June 6: A look at the latest updates on COVID-19

New data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment showed 240 new cases diagnosed the previous day, bringing the state’s total to 27,615. T [...] Read full article: Coronavirus in Colorado, June 6: A look ...→

MDH releases detailed data on COVID-19 cases in MN's long-term care facilities | MinnPost

MDH releases detailed data on COVID-19 cases in MN's long-term care facilities | MinnPost

The state had previously not disclosed the number of known cases and deaths at individual facilities in Minnesota. But it reversed course after it was threaten [...] Read full article: MDH releases detailed data on COVID-19 c...→

San Jose Mayor Proposal Would Change Police Use-Of-Force Policy

Thousands of Black Lives Matter protesters rallied outside San Jose City Hall Friday and later marched peacefully to police headquarters to demand accountabili [...] Read full article: San Jose Mayor Proposal Would Change Pol...→

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: State Allows Bars To Reopen; Cruise Line Sued For Exposing Passengers To COVID-19

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: State Allows Bars To Reopen; Cruise Line Sued For Exposing Passengers To COVID-19

COVID-19 Masks Pose Unique Problem For Deaf, Hard Of Hearing Community SAN FRANCISCO — The coronavirus pandemic has forced the deaf and hard of hearing communi [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: State All...→

FTC Warns Chula Vista Health Seller to Quit Claiming COVID Prevention - Times of San Diego

A Chula Vista company that sells health and wellness products received a letter from the Federal Trade Commission Friday warning company representatives to hal [...] Read full article: FTC Warns Chula Vista Health Seller to Q...→

Coronavirus economy: Santana Row in San Jose reopens some shops, restaurants

Coronavirus economy: Santana Row in San Jose reopens some shops, restaurants

Seven retailers are now open for in-store shopping and services at Santana Row, while six restaurants are now open for outdoor dining, according to Federal Rea [...] Read full article: Coronavirus economy: Santana Row in San ...→

San Jose mayor calls on police to explain use of tear gas, rubber bullets during protests

San Jose mayor calls on police to explain use of tear gas, rubber bullets during protests

The proposal comes after widespread criticism of law enforcement tactics during San Jose’s protests against police brutality this week. Read full article: San Jose mayor calls on police to explai...→

Officials Probe COVID-19 Outbreak at Houston Area Facility

Officials Probe COVID-19 Outbreak at Houston Area Facility

Health officials are investigating an outbreak of COVID-19 at a suburban Houston health care facility where 14 deaths have reported. Read full article: Officials Probe COVID-19 Outbreak at Hou...→

Coronavirus In Minnesota: 712 More COVID-19 Cases Reported As Daily Testing Soars Above 10,000

Coronavirus In Minnesota: 712 More COVID-19 Cases Reported As Daily Testing Soars Above 10,000

As Minnesotans expect to learn the state’s next steps in reopening Friday, the state announced an additional 712 cases of COVID-19 and 33 more deaths. Read full article: Coronavirus In Minnesota: 712 More COVID...→

Coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts increase by 35, many trends stay positive

Coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts increase by 35, many trends stay positive

Massachusetts health officials on Friday reported that 35 more people have died from the coronavirus and 494 new cases were reported, continuing an encouraging [...] Read full article: Coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts incr...→

2 more detainees, employee at Cook County Juvenile detention center test positive for COVID-19

2 more detainees, employee at Cook County Juvenile detention center test positive for COVID-19

So far, 18 residents and 22 employees at the detention center have tested positive for the coronavirus, officials said. Read full article: 2 more detainees, employee at Cook Count...→

LASD Reports 307 Employees, 2,383 Inmates Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 Since Pandemic Began

LASD Reports 307 Employees, 2,383 Inmates Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 Since Pandemic Began

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department reports 307 employees and 2,383 inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic began. Read full article: LASD Reports 307 Employees, 2,383 Inmate...→

It’s showtime: Drive-in movie theaters reopen in San Jose, Concord

It’s showtime: Drive-in movie theaters reopen in San Jose, Concord

West Wind has reopened its Capitol, Solano drive-in theaters, which had been closed due to curfews put in place over concerns about civil unrest. Read full article: It’s showtime: Drive-in movie theaters r...→

San Jose man died in fatal bicycle hit-and-run; suspect sought

San Jose man died in fatal bicycle hit-and-run; suspect sought

A 59-year-old woman also was injured in the collision on the Guadelupe River Trail in North San Jose. Read full article: San Jose man died in fatal bicycle hit-a...→

Police Search For Suspect In Fatal San Jose Cycling Trail Hit-And-Run

Police Search For Suspect In Fatal San Jose Cycling Trail Hit-And-Run

A 61-year-old man was killed and a 59-year-old female injured when another cyclist slammed into them on a popular San Jose bicycling trail Thursday afternoon. Read full article: Police Search For Suspect In Fatal San J...→

San Jose private school alumni speak out about the racism they say they faced

San Jose private school alumni speak out about the racism they say they faced

Their voices joined conversations about racial justice happening across the nation in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Read full article: San Jose private school alumni speak out...→

Coronavirus Live Updates: COVID-19 in the Bay Area, Friday June 5

Coronavirus Live Updates: COVID-19 in the Bay Area, Friday June 5

The nation added 2.5 million new jobs in May, news that pleased stock investors. Meanwhile, California is on pace to top 125,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Read full article: Coronavirus Live Updates: COVID-19 in th...→

Coronavirus Updates: De Blasio Tells Protesters To Get Tested For COVID-19

Public health experts have increasingly expressed concern, saying that yelling, shouting and singing can project viral droplets. Read full article: Coronavirus Updates: De Blasio Tells Pro...→

Coronavirus: California approaches 125,000 COVID-19 cases, new case average at record high

Coronavirus: California approaches 125,000 COVID-19 cases, new case average at record high

The seven-day new case average in the state reached a new peak Thursday as California has averaged 2,681.14 new cases over the last week. Read full article: Coronavirus: California approaches 125,0...→

Lawmaker threatens to subpoena Department of Health over data about COVID-19 in long-term care facilities | MinnPost

Lawmaker threatens to subpoena Department of Health over data about COVID-19 in long-term care facilities | MinnPost

In a letter to the agency, state Sen. Karin Housley said the Senate’s Family Care and Aging Committee, which Housley chairs, has tried to learn more from the M [...] Read full article: Lawmaker threatens to subpoena Departmen...→

Crews Mopping Up San Jose Wildfire Hot Spots; Arson Suspect In Custody

Crews Mopping Up San Jose Wildfire Hot Spots; Arson Suspect In Custody

Crews continued to monitor and extinguish hot spots along a ridge in the San Jose hills early Friday after six intentionally set fires drove local residents fr [...] Read full article: Crews Mopping Up San Jose Wildfire Hot S...→

Large San Jose George Floyd Protest Remains Peaceful Without Curfew

Large San Jose George Floyd Protest Remains Peaceful Without Curfew

A large protest in downtown San Jose Thursday ended peacefully with no law enforcement in sight — a stark contrast from last week’s protest that erupted in vio [...] Read full article: Large San Jose George Floyd Protest Rema...→

COVID and kids: A new inflammatory syndrome poses safety challenge for California schools, day care

COVID and kids: A new inflammatory syndrome poses safety challenge for California schools, day care

A rare but serious syndrome linked to coronavirus is striking California children, with cases rising across the country. Read full article: COVID and kids: A new inflammatory syndr...→

Alabama football players test positive for coronavirus ahead of return to campus, reports say

Alabama football players test positive for coronavirus ahead of return to campus, reports say

A handful of Alabama football players reportedly tested positive for coronavirus as player-led workouts resumed earlier this week in preparation for the 2020 s [...] Read full article: Alabama football players test positive f...→

San Jose: 1 dead in hit-and-run involving three bicyclists

A woman was also injured in crash on Guadalupe River Trail; the suspect remains at large. Read full article: San Jose: 1 dead in hit-and-run involvin...→

San Jose Police Defend Protest Crowd-Handling Tactics During George Floyd Protests

San Jose Police Defend Protest Crowd-Handling Tactics During George Floyd Protests

San Jose police on Thursday defended the tactics the department used to quell violence and looting during the recent protests over George Floyd's in-custody de [...] Read full article: San Jose Police Defend Protest Crowd-Han...→

San Bernardino County Reports Additional Coronavirus Death, Ventura Reports More Cases

San Bernardino County Reports Additional Coronavirus Death, Ventura Reports More Cases

As of Thursday evening, 69,266 San Bernardino County residents had been tested and 30,025 Ventura County residents had been tested. Read full article: San Bernardino County Reports Additional...→

'Racism is a pandemic too': UCSF health care workers join San Francisco protest for George Floyd

'Racism is a pandemic too': UCSF health care workers join San Francisco protest for George Floyd

Photos show the UCSF health care workers carrying signs with phrases like "Silence is Violence," "Racism is a Pandemic Too" and "Racism is a Public Health Cris [...] Read full article: 'Racism is a pandemic too': UCSF health ...→

Multiple Vegetation Fires Reported In South San Jose

Multiple Vegetation Fires Reported In South San Jose

Multiple fires were reported Thursday evening in the South San Jose near a water treatment plant. Read full article: Multiple Vegetation Fires Reported In So...→

San Jose fires: Arson suspected in fires burning in Santa Teresa foothills

San Jose fires: Arson suspected in fires burning in Santa Teresa foothills

FIRE IN SAN JOSE: Multiple fires are burning in South San Jose. Officials say this may be the work of an arsonist. Read full article: San Jose fires: Arson suspected in fires...→