Experts recommend scheduling an appointment before the fall and winter months.
Several new testing sites run by a company called “Stop. Swab. Go.” are getting mixed results, and raising eyebrows.
Symptoms among the vaccinated are mostly mild. But hospitalizations are increasing and officials fear hospitals could be stressed in the coming weeks due to omicron.
This month’s rains helped tamper down fire danger, but experts say the East Bay is not out of the woods yet.
To mark the fire’s 30th anniversary, we produced a 30-minute podcast looking back at the historic blaze that forever changed how the East Bay looks at wildfires.
Bay Area fire officials and weather experts say getting residents to take the alerts seriously is an ongoing challenge — and has never been so important.
The herds are nearly done with their annual munch-fest, which helps clear dry grass and debris from the East Bay hills.
COVID-19 infections are increasing in Berkeley and Alameda County, including in long-term care facilities.
In Berkeley and beyond, it’s not too soon to prepare for unhealthy air days.
County health officials reviewed COVID-19 death records and found 411 cases that were “clearly not” caused by the disease.
The FDA has given Pfizer emergency authorization so preteens can get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Getting COVID-19 vaccine shots in arms will now mostly fall to community-based groups.