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Bay Area teen fashion designer organizes #StandForAsians rally

Bay Area teen fashion designer organizes #StandForAsians rally

Welcome, Your AccountLog Out"This is unfair, this is unjust. It's shocking," said So. "It's not okay and we are not going to stand for it."By SAN MATEO, Calif. (KGO) -- By day, Ashlyn So is a middle school student on the Peninsula who is balancing the world of distance learning, with her role as an emerging fashion designer.The 13-year-old has been featured at New York Fashion Week and .But lately, So has been paying close attention to the anti-Asian rhetoric and violence plaguing our community, which is something that has been weighing heavily on her heart."This is unfair, this is unjust....

Feb 26
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Bay Area teen fashion designer organizes #StandForAsians rally this Saturday

Bay Area teen fashion designer organizes #StandForAsians rally this Saturday

Welcome, Your AccountLog Out"This is unfair, this is unjust. It's shocking," said So. "It's not okay and we are not going to stand for it."By SAN MATEO, Calif. (KGO) -- By day, Ashlyn So is a middle school student on the Peninsula who is balancing the world of distance learning, with her role as an emerging fashion designer.The 13-year-old has been featured at New York Fashion Week and .But lately, So has been paying close attention to the anti-Asian rhetoric and violence plaguing our community, which is something that has been weighing heavily on her heart."This is unfair, this is unjust....

Feb 26
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Santa Clara Co. to soon begin administering 2nd doses of coronavirus vaccine to health care workers

Santa Clara Co. to soon begin administering 2nd doses of coronavirus vaccine to health care workers

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Progress is being made on the distribution front in Santa Clara County, bringing new hope to a community that saw some of the first confirmed cases in the country last spring. However, officials say hospital ICU capacity has now dropped to just 8% in the county."Having some people vaccinated in our community is not a pass to start taking off our masks and acting as though the virus is under control," said Dr. Marty Fenstersheib, the county's COVID-19 testing and vaccine officer.As of Thursday, nearly 95,000 doses of the Pfizer and...

Jan 1
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'Nail in the coffin': Regional stay-at-home order puts South Bay businesses on edge

'Nail in the coffin': Regional stay-at-home order puts South Bay businesses on edge

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- As residents in Santa Clara County brace for the early implementation of the Bay Area stay-at-home order Sunday evening, business owners are speeding up their plans to pivot."We're going to be a skeleton crew for a while just to get by," says Tin Le, owner of SP2 Communal Bar and Restaurant in San Jose, where sales are 80% compared to what they'd normally be this time of year.RELATED: Despite the struggle, Le plans to adapt once again to offer craft cocktails for takeout."We don't know how much time we have to operate, we don't know...

Dec 5
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Reopening California: All Bay Area counties to enter Phase 2 by next week, except for Santa Clara

Reopening California: All Bay Area counties to enter Phase 2 by next week, except for Santa Clara

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy SANTA CLARA COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) -- By next week, nearly all Bay Area counties are expected to be in Phase 2 of Gov. Gavin Newsom's plan to reopen California. However, Santa Clara County will remain as the lone holdout as it takes a slower approach.Dr. Dean Winslow, an infectious disease expert at Stanford University, praised Santa Clara County officials for their work and says their decision makes sense given some of the unique characteristics that make up the Bay Area's most populous county.RELATED: "You have East San Jose which is much more densely packed,"...

May 16, 2020
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Bay Area scientists say they're one step closer to engineering cure for COVID-19

Bay Area scientists say they're one step closer to engineering cure for COVID-19

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KGO) -- There's new hope from a group of Bay Area scientists who have been working around the clock to find a cure for COVID-19.Dr. Jacob Glanville, president and CEO of Distributed Bio, and its therapeutics spin-out, Centivax, is developing an antibody therapeutic to treat the novel coronavirus. He says his team is now one step closer to finding a cure.RELATED: "Once we have this therapy in our hands, if you have to go to the hospital or your loved one has to go to the hospital, you can give them the therapy and instead of getting...

May 20, 2020
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