1. Why George Floyd was arrested, and what happened then


    Video showing the early minutes of George Floyd’s arrest indicates he was complying with police officers on a Minneapolis street. The 46-year-old man died Monday night after an officer held him ...

  2. Yosemite National Park settles on reopening date


    Yosemite National Park settles on a reopening date Park officials, local counties say famed destination is ready to open June 10; Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks reopen Thursday

  3. Bay Area curfew: Thursday curfews in these cities and counties


    WALNUT CREEK, CA - JUNE 1: A group of protesters arrive to Civic Park to protest in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Monday, June 1, 2020. Walnut Creek Police issued a curfew tonight after looters ...

  4. Coronavirus Live Updates: COVID-19 in Bay Area, Tuesday May 26


    California is nearing the 100,000 coronavirus case threshold as of Tuesday morning, less than 3,500 confirmed cases from reaching that mark. The state’s counties have reported 3,767 deaths ...

  5. George Floyd killing: 17 complaints, an adoring wife ...


    A white Minneapolis police officer who knelt on George Floyd’s neck opened fire on two people during his 19-year career and had nearly 20 complaints and two letters of reprimand filed against ...

  6. Roy Steele, A's longtime PA announcer, dies


    Roy Steele, the A’s ‘Voice of God,’ dies Roy Steele was the A’s PA announcer for more than 3,000 games and also called the dot races on the scoreboard

  7. Can coronavirus be spread through sweat, tears, urine?


    Because COVID-19 is a respiratory disease, the practices aimed at preventing the virus’ transmission focus on mucus and droplets expelled by coughing or sneezing.

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  9. Kathleen Saxe – The Mercury News


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