Coronavirus: Starbucks Offering Free Coffee To First Responders, Healthcare WorkersThe company says it will give free coffee to those who are on the frontlines of the coronavirus outbreak — doctors, nurses, hospital staff, police officers and firefighters.
Starbucks Closes Cafes, Moves To Drive-Thru Only Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe company will also continue to pay its U.S. employees for the next 30 days, even if they choose to stay home, according to the press release. 
Starbucks Adopts 'To Go' Model In US And Canada, Will Close Some LocationsStarbucks will temporarily adopt a ‘to go’ model and close or reduce hours near coronavirus outbreak clusters.
Starbucks Offering 'Catastrophe Pay' For Employees Forced To Miss Time For CoronavirusAn employee who is diagnosed or exposed to COVID-19 will receive up to 14 days of full sick pay.
Starbucks Will No Longer Serve Coffee In Personal Mugs Due To Coronavirus FearsThe coffee giant says they will continue to offer the 10-cent discount for anyone who brings in their personal mug or asks to consume their coffee or food in store.
Controversy Brewing After 2 Riverside Deputies Say They Were Refused Service At StarbucksControversy was brewing Friday at a Riverside Starbucks where witnesses said two deputies were ignored by employees at the store, but was it because of the badge they wore?
Measles Confirmed In LA County Resident, 19th Case This YearHealth officials have confirmed another case of measles in a resident connected to another recent case in Los Angeles County.
Starbucks' Eco-Friendly Color-Changing Cups Are Selling Out In StoresIn the coffee chain's ongoing bid to be more eco-friendly, they've released new reusable cups that change color when filled with cold liquid.   
Starbucks Launches Coffee Delivery Service In LADelivery orders will include a $2.49 booking fee with no minimum.
Starbucks To Begin Delivering Coffee In LADelivery orders will include a $2.49 booking fee and customers will need to download the Uber Eats app.
Starbucks Opens First Cafe Staffed By Workers Who All Know Sign LanguageStarbucks has opened its first "Signing Store" in the U.S. — a cafe staffed entirely by employees who can communicate in American Sign Language (ASL).