The state of emergency may be over, but COVID-19 can still be a disruptive force in our lives.
The city says it’s considering creating its own health department.
Don't let your guard down just yet.
The omicron surge is impacting government operations in California once again.
The state announced exemptions to its new indoor mask mandate last week that will allow people in some Bay Area counties to ditch face coverings in certain spaces.
The patient is a fully vaccinated female who had recently traveled to South Africa and received her second vaccine dose less than six months ago.
It's not just school boards. Local health officials want protection too.
One of California’s Premier Burger Chains is Refusing to Enforce Vaccine Rules. This Could Get Ugly.
The San Francisco Department of Public Health has forced the closure of an In-N-Out Burger in Fisherman’s Wharf for failing to check customers’ vaccination cards.
Seventy-six officers have been placed on leave due to vaccination status. That number is lower than was expected.
"From my perspective and from, clearly, this council's perspective, no one messes with our kids."