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Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 11/24/20, PM

Nov 24, 2020

Elected Officials Ratcheting Up Recommendations For COVID-19 Safety / Golden Gate Fields Extends Closure Of Horse Racing Track / Los Angeles On The Brink Of Stay-At-Home Order / Orange County To Provide Half-A-Million Mail-In Test Kits / 35,000 Unemployment Claims Filed On Behalf Of Incarcerated People / Advocates For Low-Income People Ramp Up Pressure To Pass More Stimulus Funding

Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 11/24/20, AM

Nov 24, 2020

Senator Dianne Feinstein Will Step Down From Role As Top Democrat On Senate Judiciary Committee / Governor Newsom Discusses Self-Quarantine / Wild Turkeys May Leave Sacramento Area Because Of Global Warming

Bay Area Headlines: Monday, 11/23/20, PM

Nov 23, 2020

San Francisco Expecting To Join Majority Of California Counties In Restrictive Purple Tier / GM Flips To California's Side In Pollution Fight With Trump / Suspect Arrested In Fatal Stabbings At San Jose Church / Ex-San Francisco Cop Charged In 2017 Fatal Shooting Of Man / In Cities Across US, Voters Support More Police Oversight

Bay Area Headlines: Monday, 11/23/20, AM

Nov 23, 2020

New NASA Mission To Map Sea Level Rise May Help California Adapt To Rising Seas / Governor Newsom's Family Quarantining After Possible Exposure To COVID-19 Through CHP Officer / California's NAACP Head Resigning At 84 Amid Conflict-Of-Interest Concerns During Election / Berkeley Suffered Its Largest Fire In Nine Years On Saturday / Zero Emission Vehicles Not Selling Fast Despite State'S Goal To Eliminate Gas-Powered Cars / Two People Were Killed And Others Injured In A Stabbing Attack At A San Jose Church Outside Service Hours

California Announces 10 p.m. To 5 a.m. Curfew For Purple Counties Beginning Saturday / Republican Assemblymember Says He's Skeptical Of COVID-19 Curfew Approach / Small Business Owners In Rural Areas Say Changing Restrictions Have Been Frustrating / California Hospitals Expect To Be Short On Nurses In Coming Weeks / Health Systems Likely Won't Postpone Surgical Procedures To Avoid Financial Hit

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 11/19/20, PM

Nov 19, 2020

California Announces 10 p.m. To 5 a.m. Curfew For Purple Counties Beginning Saturday / San Diego Struggles With Suggestion Versus Enforcement In Dealing With COVID-19 Restrictions / Four San Francisco Supervisors Call To Keep Homeless People Housed In Hotels

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 11/19/20, AM

Nov 19, 2020

San Francisco Supervisors Consider Making Police Negotiations Public / Politifact Reporter Finds Allegations Of Voter Fraud In Georgia False / Politifact Reporter Finds Belief That This Election Was Most Secure Ever To Be True

Bay Area Headlines: Wednesday, 11/18/20, PM

Nov 18, 2020

California Now Expecting $26 Billion Tax Windfall / San Francisco's Nancy Pelosi Nominated Again For Speaker Of The House / Many Yuba City Residents Apparently Reject State COVID-19 Guidelines / Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs Loses Re-Election Bid

Bay Area Headlines: Wednesday, 11/18/20, AM

Nov 18, 2020

Childcare Providers Demand Support From State As Pandemic Continues / Sacramento County's Top Health Official Uses Racial Slur While Acknowledging Racism As A Public Health Issue

Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 11/17/20, PM

Nov 17, 2020

Preparing For A Safe Thanksgiving During COVID-19 / UC System Settling Sexual Abuse Lawsuits For $73 Million / LA's Farmer John Meatpacking Plant Fined For Safety Violations Including Exposing 300 Workers To COVID-19 / Heavy Rainfall Could Lead To Flooding In High Country / La Niña Could Bring Colder And Drier Winter

Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 11/17/20, AM

Nov 17, 2020

How COVID-19 Will Affect The Ski Season / UCLA Researcher Sounds Alarm About Impending Flood Issues In State / Forecasters Advise About Minor Coastal Flooding Because Of King Tides

Governor Newsom Announces Vast Majority Of State Will Enter Most Restrictive Activity Tier Because Of COVID-19 Surge / Newsom Administration Urges Californians To Stay Close To Home For Holidays / Forecasters Advise About Minor Coastal Flooding Because Of King Tides / UCLA Researcher Sounds Alarm About Impending Flood Issues In State

Bay Area Headlines: Monday, 11/16/20, AM

Nov 16, 2020

Flu Shots Now Mandated On UC Campuses / California COVID-19 Cases Surging, Drawing Restrictions, And Businesses Are Feeling Economic Pinch / A Misleading Video President Trump Shared About the LA Ballot Count / Oaklanders Complain About Misinformation That Led To More Than 100 Ballots Not Being Counted

Bay Area Headlines: Friday, 11/13/20, AM

Nov 13, 2020

San Francisco Scheduled To Shut Down Indoor Dining, Despite Concerns Of Economic Fallout / Moms 4 Housing Continues To Gain Ground In East Bay Politics

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 11/12/20, PM

Nov 12, 2020

San Francisco Scheduled To Shut Down Indoor Dining, Despite Concerns Of Economic Fallout / Natural Gas To Be Banned In New San Francisco Buildings, Following Berkeley's Lead / State Senator Scott Wiener Looks To Decriminalize Possession Of Psychedelics / Stolen Four-Foot-Tall Bigfoot Statue Found In Santa Cruz Mountains

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 11/12/20, AM

Nov 12, 2020

Conspiracy Theories Claiming Californians Voted In Nevada Are Unfounded / San Francisco Supervisors Vote To Ban Natural Gas In New Buildings / Secretary Of State Alex Padilla And Representative Karen Bass Possibilities For US Senate Seat / California Nears One Million Coronavirus Cases / State Senator Scott Wiener Looks To Decriminalize Possession Of Psychedelics

Bay Area Headlines: Wednesday, 11/11/20, AM

Nov 11, 2020

California's Defense Against Climate Change A Model For Nation / Oakland Settles Final Ghost Ship Fire Lawsuit / Health Care Workers Concerned About Surge In Coronavirus Cases / California Confirms First Openly Gay Justice To State Supreme Court

Governor Newsom On How The Presidential Election Will Impact California / FTC Requires Zoom To Strengthen Its Security / Woman Sentenced For California Employment Development Department Fraud / Fall Arrives In California With Stacked Storms / Wine Country Rethinks Tourism After Fire Season

Bay Area Headlines: Monday, 11/9/20, AM

Nov 9, 2020

Saturday Demonstrations About Presidential Election Turn Violent In Sacramento / Legislators Discuss Making Vote-By-Mail Permanent In California / California Not A Monolithic Vote When It Comes To Propositions / Connie Chan Wins Race For District 1 Supervisor In San Francisco By 123 Votes

Bay Area Headlines: Friday, 11/6/20, AM

Nov 6, 2020

Nevada Could Play Pivotal Role In Determining Election Outcome / Voters Have Nine Days To Cure Vote-By-Mail Ballots / San Francisco Board Of Supervisors Negotiate New Contract With Police Union / Congressional District Races In Rural California 

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 11/5/20, PM

Nov 5, 2020

Bay Area Health Officials Consider Requiring Quarantine For People Who Leave Town For Holidays / Cooler And Wetter Weather Expected This Weekend / Pro-Tenant Advocates Take Seats On Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board / Several US House Races Remain Undecided

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 11/5/20, AM

Nov 5, 2020

What Does The U.S. Withdrawal From The Paris Climate Accord Mean For California? / California Regulators Postpone Start Of Dungeness Crab Season To December 1

Bay Area Headlines: Wednesday, 11/4/20, PM

Nov 4, 2020

  

Trump Administration's Ban On Immigrants On "Public Charge" Restored While Court Battle Continues / Judge Eases Oakland Police Crowd Control Restrictions / "Enchanted" LED Forest On Its Way To Golden Gate Park 

California Votes Overwhelmingly For Joe Biden / GOP Struggles To Retain State Congressional Seats / Democrats Come Out To Back Biden In San Francisco's Mission District / Bay Area Voters Overwhelmingly Approve Police Reform Measures / Some Voters Feel Disillusioned By Election System

Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 11/3/20, PM

Nov 3, 2020

From Hotels To Homes: How San Francisco Is Rehousing Its Most Vulnerable Homeless People

Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 11/3/20, AM

Nov 3, 2020

Information For Last Minute Voters To Register / Counties Are Accommodating Voters Without Masks / Boosters Spend Three-Quarters Of A Billion Dollars On California Propositions / What Happens To Ballot Paper After The Election?

Bay Area Headlines: Monday, 11/2/20, PM

Nov 2, 2020

How You Can Still Vote, Even If You're Not Registered Yet / More Than 11 Million Californians Have Already Voted / A 79th Person Has Died of COVID-19 While Incarcerated In A California State Prison / San Francisco 49ers Lose Quarterback And Star Tight End For At Least Most Of Rest Of Season/ Girl Who Lost Baseball Cards In Creek Fire Gets New Collection And Call From Buster Posey

Bay Area Headlines: Monday, 11/2/20, AM

Nov 2, 2020

Food Insecurity Is High Among California College Students, And Many Eligible Students Aren't Getting Available Benefits / A Consideration Of Voting Safely During The Pandemic / Wildfire Data Collection Is Prolific But Not Easily Accessible / State Employment Development Department Freezes 350,000 Debit Cards Given While Investigating Fraud

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Noble led a small group of horseback riders to the Alameda County Courthouse to turn in her ballot.

Muralists Take Over An Oakland City Block For East Point Peace Academy Message Of Democracy / Brianna Noble "Rides To The Vote" In Oakland / California Secretary Of State Alex Padilla Encourages People To Vote Early If They Can

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