San Jose Earthquakes, fans set new world record
The San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday have officially made history by breaking the world record for the largest soccer lesson.
Oakland ice cream shop offers sweet deal: Free ice cream for trash
An Oakland ice cream shop owner came up with a sweet idea to get people to pick up trash.
Born in jail to her incarcerated mother, teen is now Harvard-bound
She was born facing great odds, entering into the world in a jail. And now she’s ready to embark on her dream to attend Harvard University.
Almost 100 years later, overdue book returned to Napa Valley library
A library book checked out almost 100 years ago has been finally returned to its home at the St. Helena Public Library, bringing weight to the old adage "better late than never."
Bay Area man set to mark a milestone by turning 100
Alfred Gross, a local Bay Area man, is turning 100 on June 1.
COVID outbreak will shut down part of Vallejo city hall next week, officials say
A COVID outbreak is forcing Vallejo officials to close part of City Hall for three days next week, the city said Friday.
Warriors' Stephen Curry wins NBA's Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion award
Warriors’ superstar Stephen Curry has one more accolade to add to his impressive and long list of recognitions and accomplishments: He's been named the 2023 recipient of the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion award.
'We're doing a lot of smile transformations' at San Jose dental clinic
This weekend San Jose is hosting a free dental clinic. Dentists are expected to treat 1,500 people in Santa Clara County. Dave Detling reports.
SoCal man commutes to UC Berkeley twice a week to finish degree, graduates this week
It can be a long journey to complete college. For one 50-year-old, it required commuting twice a week to UC Berkeley's campus from Southern California to finish his studies.
Joyful night: East Bay Black students awarded for academic excellence
It was a joyful night when proud parents came to watch the first Black student academic excellence award night at Concord High.
Korean martial arts class in Oakland brings together seniors, empowering them to push boundaries
They range in age from 65 to 89. And every week, this very special group of students, don their white tae kwon do uniforms, enter their dojo and take to the mat at Han Martial Arts studio in Oakland's Montclair neighborhood.
Coco Republic, latest retailer to announce it's leaving SF's Union Square
Coco Republic, a self-described luxury Australian furniture brand, will close its 53,000 square-foot showroom, located in San Francisco's Union Square this summer, the company announced.
Teen patients at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals get ready for prom
It’s prom season, and event planners at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals have been hard at work hoping to ensure that their high school patients don't miss out on this teenage rite of passage.
Toy drive for Bay Area farmworker families off to slow start
The beginning of May brings with it the start of the farming season in many parts of Northern California. But many of the families that perform this work have been hit especially hard, by the COVID pandemic, to inflation, to outbreaks of violent crime.
Only 1 in 5 kids ready for kindergarten in county, report finds
Communities all over the state are reporting impacts on enrollment and test scores for school-age children in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, but Sonoma County has released a sobering, detailed report focusing on kindergartners there and how they are faring post-pandemic.
Humboldt County Sheriff's detective saves infant from choking
Body camera footage from April 13 shows Humboldt County Sheriff’s Det. Nick Carnahan saving a 4-month-old girl’s life by quickly administering CPR.
First Republic Bank plans for massive layoffs
First Republic Bank, headquartered in San Francisco, announced plans to layoff up to 25% of its staff. The layoffs come after the bank also announced that its depositors pulled out nearly $100 billion in recent months, leading many to speculate the bank could be the third major bank to collapse this year.
77-year-old Bay Area nurse competes in her 37th straight Boston Marathon, extending her record streak
A 77-year-old Bay Area woman made her definitive mark in the storied Boston Marathon on Monday, crossing the finish line for the 37th consecutive time-- more than any other woman in the history of the prestigious, world renowned road racing event.
SF launches "Vacant to Vibrant" program calling for ideas to turn office space into pop-up shops
When Simon Bertrang walks through downtown San Francisco, he doesn't just see empty storefronts, he sees properties, full of potential. Bertrang is executive director of SF New Deal, a non-profit chosen by the city to launch the program "Vacant to Vibrant".
All COVID vaccinations to be bivalent vaccine to 'simplify' recommendations, FDA says
The COVID-19 vaccine targeting the original strain of the virus as well as two substrains of the omicron variant will now be used for all vaccinations in the U.S., federal regulators said Tuesday.