Jamaican man sentenced to 14 years in prison for supplying flight attendant with cocaine, money
According to the DOJ, on six occasions between October 2015 and March 2016, Gaston Brown paid JetBlue flight attendant Marsha Gay Reynolds to transport cocaine and drug money across the country.
Authorities detail deadly gang war that spanned from Oakland to Antioch
The head of the Antioch Police Department announced several arrests on Thursday that spawned from an investigation into the death of a man in the city last summer.
San Francisco officials offer tips for safe Lunar New Year celebrations
San Francisco supervisors and police representatives offer tips for safe Lunar New Year celebrations.
Firecrackers ward off evil spirits, signs of familiar Lunar New Year symbolism prevail
In Oakland Chinatown, firecrackers were lit throughout the day to chase away bad spirits and usher in the Year of the Ox.
Pandemic creates opportunities for Chinese New Year artists
Eleven oxen will help welcome in the new zodiac year and will be on display from February third until March 14. Each one is designed and painted by local artists.
Lunar New Year traditions in the Year of the Ox
There are many traditions surrounding the Chinese New Year. Friday will mark the beginning of the Year of the Ox and the celebration itself lasts for several days.
Feng Shui Master Y.C. Sun and his predictions for the lunar new year
The celebration of the new year means many traditions and celebrations. For those who like to follow the zodiac signs, Feng Shui Master Y.C. Sun likes to provide what he calls a road map for the new year.
Where to find ox sculptures in the Bay Area to ring in the Chinese New Year
For the first time in parade history, the Chinese Chamber of Commerce will have its float on public display. During the weekends of Feb. 13-14 and Feb. 20-21, people can go to Pier 27, Cruise Terminal Plaza to see the float up-close, for free, between the hours of noon and 8 p.m.
Bay Area native Jon M. Chu is grand marshal of Chinese New Year celebration
Jon M. Chu’s parents have owned Chef Chu's in Los Altos for more than 50 years and it was a favorite spot for his friends and classmates. His parents immigrated to the U.S. and he says they always believed in possibility and what could be.