Rob Roth is a reporter at KTVU
Maureen Ennor Rocha is hoping against hope her husband can pull through. But right now, it appears COVID-19 is winning.
At the Alameda County Food Bank cars line-up for free groceries in numbers no one has ever seen before. The number of people in need now is staggering.
San Francisco's iconic cable cars may not return until there is a vaccine for COVID-19, transportation officials are now saying.
Authorities said the victim, 45-year-old Dr. Ari Gershman, was off-roading in a new jeep, with his 15-year-old son, when Gershman was shot.
Within just a few hours, one Alameda couple experienced one of the most vile acts of human behavior, followed by one of the kindest.
Firefighters from the Moraga-Orinda Fire District deliberately burned thick brush and vegetation to protect against wildfires later in the season.
At Marin Sanitary Service in San Rafael, 43 workers have tested positive for the coronavirus this month. That's about 15% of its work force.
Changes Salon and Day Spa in downtown Walnut Creek opened Wednesday, exactly three months to the day after it had to close because of the pandemic shutdown.
For about 200 Oakland families with school-aged children, the playing field leveled a little.with laptops for students who lacked them.
On Wednesday, Oakland Unified School board members Roseann Torres and Shanthi Gonzales will introduce a resolution to eliminate the district's police department. OUSD is the only district in Alameda County that has its own police.