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California surpasses 15,000 coronavirus deaths as positivity rate drops below 3%
The number of fatalities from the coronavirus in California surpassed 15,000 people on Sunday, despite the state's gains in controlling infection spread.
Why SF has the lowest COVID-19 death rate of any other major city
It's widely recognized among San Francisco healthcare professionals that S.F. has had the lowest COVID-19 death rate of any other major U.S. city throughout most of the pandemic.
SF archbishop asks why people can shop at Nordstrom, but not go to church inside
The Catholic archbishop of San Francisco led a protest on Sunday criticizing the city's restrictions on reopening churches during the coronavirus pandemic.
Cash-strapped Burning Man launches fund-raising campaign with $1.5M goal
A cash-strapped Burning Man launched a fund-raising campaign on Sept. 17 with the goal of raising $1.5 million by the end of October.
Deadly stabbing, fatally struck bicyclist in busy night for San Jose PD
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'Safe at home' a misnomer when domestic violence is part of the picture
Pandemic sheltering can compound danger in households with vulnerable members
10-year reunion celebrates boy's survival and how he changed hospital rules statewide
After Tri-City Medical Center doctors saved Caleb Peltier in 2010, new rules were set up to protect other babies
District 1 County Supervisor contest features two kinds of Democratic candidate
The race to replace Supervisor Greg Cox pits State Sen. Ben Hueso against Southwestern Community College board member Nora Vargas
From the Archives: First woman joined the Supreme Court on 'Historic Day' in 1981
Thirty-nine years ago this week, Sandra Day O'Connor became the first woman nominated and confirmed to serve on the U.S.
As COVID-19 death toll hits 200,000 nationwide, San Diego reflects on what's been lost
Virus has stolen lives; it's also robbed us of ritual, intimacy, and in some cases, our mental health