A Tuolomne County man faces life in prison after being convicted Monday of four counts of premeditated attempted murder of a peace officer for a shootout with California Highway Patrol offices on Interstate Highway 580 in Oakland in 2010.
Looking back at the stories to remember from the past week: 1. UKRAINE CRISIS TAKES AN OMINOUS TURN; TENSIONS WITH RUSSIA RISE SHARPLY Ukraine's fugitive President Viktor Yanukovych resurfaced in Russia on Friday and condemned the uprising against him as a "bandit coup," while men described as Russian troops took up positions at airports and a coast guard base in the Crimea.
Thirty-two-year-old Ronald Guinto is charged with molesting six of his former students on camping trips between December 2012 and October 2013, but KTVU has learned some parents' concerns go back a few years.
To Celebrate the first year of The Bay Lights, a light sculpture on the Bay Bridge, the SF Bicycle Coalition lead a large group of cyclists on a ride through the city where many had their bikes lit up.