Task force says to 'assume you became infected' over Thanksgiving
The report said that anyone over 65 or with significant health conditions "should not enter any indoor public spaces where anyone is unmasked."
Couple with COVID-19 arrested after flying from SF to Hawaii
A Hawaii couple who traveled from San Francisco International Airport to Kaua'i has been arrested for boarding the flight after testing positive for COVID-19, officials say.
Questions continue after death of former Zappos CEO
Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh passed more than a week after being pulled from a burning home. Now, there's new images from the scene.
5-year-old killed in train crash while family waited to enter Christmas Tree Lane identified
The Fresno County Coroner's Office has identified the child who was killed in a train crash in central Fresno on Tuesday night as five-year-old Anton Solorio of Fresno.
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Researchers return from remote island to COVID-striken society
They may be some of the last people in the world to be touched by the pandemic.
Lady Gaga, Oreo team up to spread kindness with limited-edition cookies
Lady Gaga has a sweet treat in store for her little (cookie) monsters.
US tightens definition of service animals allowed on planes
Airlines believed passengers abused the emotional-support rule to bring a menagerie of animals on board including cats, pigs and in one case, a peacock.
CDC director: Expect 150-200K more US COVID deaths by Feb.
That would bring the death toll to at least 422,000 Americans -- nearly a half a million lives lost due to the pandemic.
People magazine reveals its '2020 People of the Year'
People magazine has named George Clooney, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Selena Gomez and Regina King as the "2020 People of the Year."
Top Democrats back new bipartisan stimulus bill
McConnell said that his bill, which only modestly tweaks an earlier plan blocked by Democrats, would be signed by Trump.
Rafer Johnson, Olympic champ and Kingsburg HS grad, dies at 86
Johnson, a Kingsburg High School graduate, was among the world's greatest athletes from 1955 through his Olympic triumph in 1960