Greg Liggins is a reporter at KTVU.
A Bay Area woman spent Mother’s Day where no mom wants to be — in the hospital at her son's bedside.
Several vegetation fires broke out in parts of the Bay Area Saturday afternoon in the heart of the Red Flag warning zone.
Thousands of people turned out to celebrate May Day at events this afternoon on both sides of the Bay Bridge.
A group of residents in the Moraga Orinda Fire District are preparing to go door-to-door to spread the word about wildfire safety.
But a key ingredient to a successful comeback is having enough employees, and for many, that’s a problem. Restaurants are not only working to fill tables, they’re working to fill positions.
As they have done for more 20 years, Bay Area Armenians gathered at the Mount Davidson Cross in San Francisco for Armenian Remembrance Day to honor victims of Turkish atrocities that began April 24th, 1915, during the first world war. But this year was unlike any other.
Despite San Mateo County’s drive to vaccinate anyone 16 and older who wants it, supply isn’t there.
Alameda County deputies shot and killed an armed man that they say was threatening to shoot homes and people in the foothills of Hayward. The 26-year-old man also shot at a deputy, narrowly missing his head.
The Silicon Valley company that popularized the "poke" is helping people get a much sought-after poke in the arm with the COVID-19 vaccine.
Over the last several weeks, there have been all kinds of rallies and marches denouncing Asian hate, but this event had a twist, and some punches, and kicks. Martial artists from nine different schools, representing various disciplines performed combat drills and gave demonstrations outside San Francisco City Hall.