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Without concrete improvements to remote programs, parents across the Bay Area say they feel as if they've been made to choose between their families’ safety and their children’s education.
Like other courts across the nation, the U.S. Supreme Court has continued to hold hearings — remotely — during the coronavirus pandemic.
Even if you had federal taxes withheld from unemployment benefits, it may not be enough to cover your tax bill for 2020. @KathPender explains why:
Not only do San Francisco renters suddenly have more options, but the spike in supply has caused prices to plummet.
JUST IN: In an unprecedented announcement, the 49ers revealed they will play their next two home games at the home of the Arizona Cardinals.
Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday that the state may impose “deep purple moves,” including a stay-home order akin to what California had in the spring if the current skyrocketing coronavirus hospitalization trends continue.
The Chronicle’s archive has numerous photo negatives of Feinstein during her early political career in the 1960s and ’70s, including some that haven’t been seen since they were originally published.
Civil rights icon Angela Davis pumps her fist during a Juneteenth protest against police brutality as longshoremen shut down the Port of Oakland and 28 other ports along the west coast on Friday. Story:
JUST IN: More than 40 South Bay school principals are in quarantine after being exposed to COVID-19 during an in-person meeting to plan the reopening of schools.