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Bacon May Disappear From San Francisco Bay Area Breakfast Menus

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/AP) — Thanks to a reworked menu and long hours, Jeannie Kim managed to keep her San Francisco restaurant alive during the coronavirus pandemic. That makes it all the more frustrating that she fears her breakfast-focused diner could be ruined within months by new rules that could make one of her […]

More South Bay Bars Demand Proof of Vaccination Despite Customer Backlash

[ad_1] SAN JOSE (KPIX) — The famous flaming cocktails are flowing at the Haberdasher Bar in San Jose but, to get into this downtown establishment, you now have to show your cards at the door: an ID and proof of vaccination. “It was time to take care of our staff,” said owner Cache Bouren. Bouren […]

Bay Area Superintendents Issue Joint Statement Supporting ‘Full, In-Person Learning’

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — School superintendents from six Bay Area counties on Friday released a joint statement in support of a return to full, in-person learning for the 2021-2022 school year. The unified statement covered county superintendents from Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties, in addition to […]

Monterey Bay Tour Boats Encountering ‘Friendly Whales’ That Like to Socialize

[ad_1] MONTEREY (KPIX) — Video shot on board the Princess Monterey shows a curious whale popping its head out of the water to check out a recent boat tour. But he didn’t dive down, instead he stayed close by, floating next to the vessel for several minutes. Then he exhaled through his blow hole and […]

COVID-19 Hospitalizations Spiking Across Bay Area, California

[ad_1] Just over 3,600 people are hospitalized with COVID-19 in California, as of Thursday, an increase of about 108% from two weeks ago, and doctors have said most of those patients are not vaccinated. The Bay Area also has seen a spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations, with Alameda County topping the list at 160 patients. Contra […]

Condemnation of the Unvaxxed Grows as Bay Area Mask Mandates Reappear

[ad_1] CONCORD (KPIX) — About a month and a half ago things were looking up. The Bay Area was patting itself on its collective back for having reopened with a world-class vaccination rate. Suddenly, it seems as if all of that wasn’t quite enough. Now the region is seeing a return of worry, uncertainty and […]

Bay Area’s Hmong Community Celebrates Suni Lee’s Historic Gold Medal Win

[ad_1] There were plenty of cheers for Sunisa Lee or Suni for short as she vaulted, contorted and balanced her way through all her gymnastics routines on Thursday. The Hmong community in the United States is pretty small and tight knit, so even at Thursday’s watch party in Milpitas, there’s a feeling of only a […]

Suni Lee’s Gold in All-Around Inspires Bay Area Gymnasts

[ad_1] For many of the young gymnasts at a South Bay gymnastics academy, Suni Lee’s gold medal in the women’s all-around at the Tokyo Olympics was inspiring. Lee stunned the world by winning gold in the wake of Simone Biles’ abrupt withdrawal from the competition. “There are definitely a lot of emotions, but I’m super […]

South Bay Surfer Helping To Clean Up Beaches In Half Moon Bay, South Africa

[ad_1] HALF MOON BAY (KPIX) — Billions of pounds of plastic and other pollutants end up in the ocean every year. A San Mateo County woman has been rounding up her small coastal community to help clean it up. Twice-a-month beach cleanups in Half Moon Bay collect trash, from plastic bottle caps to cigarette butts. […]

Bay Area Businesses Challenged With New Mask Guidelines Amid COVID Delta Surge

[ad_1] SAN MATEO (KPIX 5) — With the newest federal and state guidance recommending people wear masks indoors in areas of high disease transmission regardless of vaccination status, many businesses are trying to figure out how to move forward with yet another change. Some establishments will continue to require masks, some spots will soon require […]

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