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Past articles by Tatiana:

Myanmar man waited years to join his fiance in San Francisco. Then came the military coup

A San Francisco teacher is trying to get his fiance out of a country where their sexual... → Read More

‘I was crying but out of joy:’ Bay Area residents applaud Biden’s immigration plan

Biden’s bill includes plans for immediate relief for TPS holders and beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA, who were brought to the country illegally as children. Trump tried to end the program. → Read More

‘Our democracy still stands’: Bay Area celebrates as Biden and Harris take office in historic inauguration

As Kamala Harris and Joe Biden raised their right hands in Washington D.C., many Bay Area residents, cheered, breaking into tears and laughter while expressing deep relief that four years of former President Donald Trump had finally ended . → Read More

San Francisco's infection rate shows signs of improvement, but stay-home order remains in place

The city’s current case increase remains “seriously concerning,” Mayor London Breed said. → Read More

San Francisco, Santa Clara report record number of cases, deaths.

Santa Clara County reported a record number of deaths over the weekend, while San Francisco broke a new record for the highest number of cases and deaths in a single day. → Read More

Kaiser employee dies after emergency room outbreak possibly tied to Christmas costume

A coronavirus outbreak in the emergency department at Kaiser Permanente San Jose includes 44 positive cases so far, including one death. → Read More

'In the abyss': Why Bay Area health care experts fear January

The slow pace of vaccinations, plus the potential spread a mutant strain that may be more infectious, has health experts worried. → Read More

Police: Police say man shot himself in Great Mall as holiday consumers shopped

Milpitas police said Sunday that the 22-year-old man who was found with a gunshot wound at the Great Mall shot himself. → Read More

California smashes record for COVID-19 hospitalizations

California coronavirus hospitalizations have reached record levels, a somber milestone that shows the virus is more widespread than ever before. → Read More

At SFO, travelers take coronavirus risk in stride during Thanksgiving rush

Local, state and federal officials begged people not to travel for Thanksgiving as coronavirus cases climb at an alarming rates. But many Bay Area residents flew to see family anyway. → Read More

DACA will live on under Biden. Will he give 'Dreamers' a path to citizenship?

President-elect Joe Biden has said he will reinstate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in his first 100 days in office. But “Dreamers” hope he will also give them a path to citizenship. → Read More

13 Bay Area school districts would increase property taxes according to early returns

Early returns show school districts across the Bay Area would increase their property taxes to pay for bonds to build better school facilities and would pass parcel taxes to cover costs for art, music, libraries, salaries and other purposes. → Read More

Oakland officials to talk with finalists for police chief role

Oakland officials will spotlight four finalists vying to be the city’s next police chief at a forum on Thursday. → Read More

Police: Man dies in early-morning shooting, San Jose’s 37th homicide of year

A man was shot and killed in San Jose, police said early Sunday. → Read More

Coronavirus explodes at Gilroy nursing home, killing 12 residents: ‘I need to get my aunt out of there’

Seventy-five residents of the Gilroy Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, a skilled nursing home, have been infected with the coronavirus. Twelve have died. Family members claim patients who were transferred from other hospitals spread the virus in the facility. → Read More

Bay Area heating up, adding to fire danger amid record-breaking Spare the Air alert

A record-breaking Spare the Air Alert continued in the Bay Area on Sunday as hot and dry temperatures were expected to intensify across the region this week, elevating concerns of new fires. → Read More

California fires live updates: Castle winery loses major structure to Glass Fire, Calistoga residents evacuated

Evacuations were ordered in Santa Rosa’s Summerfield and Spring Lake zones, in Calistoga and along Silverado Trail as the Glass-Shady fires ripped across Napa and Sonoma counties. → Read More

BART shut down amid ‘systemwide computer problem’

All BART stations are shut down due to a systemwide computer problem, the agency said early Sunday. → Read More

2 shot, 1 dead in Campbell in attempted murder-suicide, police say

A woman was shot Saturday and one man is dead following an attempted murder-suicide at a mobile home community in Campbell. → Read More

Earthquake hits near Alum Rock in San Jose

The temblor struck at around 5:40 a.m. near the Alum Rock in east San Jose. → Read More