An alleged drunk driver who plowed into parked cars Monday morning killed a homeless woman who was asleep in her vehicle. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports the woman, in her 50s, was killed instantly along with her dog.
A disturbing hit-and-run in San Jose was captured on video from over the weekend. The witness said it was intentional. Police are investigating.
A San Jose State University student took a video of a felony hit-and-run crash in the downtown area over the weekend. KTVU's Azenith Smith reports the student says it was intentional. Police are investigating.
A Dali etching was stolen from a San Francisco gallery over the weekend.
4.5 earthquake strikes the Bay.
A valuable Salvador Dalí etching worth $20,000 was stolen from a gallery in the heart of San Francisco Union Square on Sunday. The person suspected of taking the artwork is apparently seen on surveillance video making a nonchalant dash for it down Geary Boulevard.
Gov. Newsom's signing of AB 218 is meant to empower survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
A new law signed by California Governor Gavin Newsom will allow victims of childhood sexual abuse to have more time to file civil suits against alleged suspects and the institutions that employ them. KTVU's Jesse Gary reports on who Assembly bill 218 impacts the most.
San Francisco-based Uber announced on Monday they plan on laying off 350 employees.
SFPD are investigating a homicide in the Tenderloin Monday afternoon.
Governor Newsom is demanding that PG&E be held accountable for the power shutoffs that left two million Californians without electricity last week.
Small businesses, households would get rebate
The Fort Worth Police Department officer who fired into a home, killing Atatiana Jefferson, has been charged with murder.
San Francisco celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day.
Native American culture took center stage during a celebration in San Francisco Monday as part of Indigenous Peoples Day around the Bay Area. KTVU's Christien Kafton reports from the vandalized Christopher Columbus monument near Coit Tower.
The California Public Utilities Commission issued a series of sanctions against PG&E for the massive power outage that left nearly two-million customers without electricity.
The former Fort Worth Police Department officer who fired into a home, killing Atatiana Jefferson, has been charged with murder.
Unions representing California teachers and school boards wanted the school start time issue to be a local decision rather than a statewide mandate. KTVU's Maureen Naylor reports Gov. Newsom signed the new law that will push back school times statewide.
Last week when Caltrans announced that the Caldecott Tunnel might be closed for the Public Safety Power Shutoff, commuters were shocked and angered.
A vehicle collision at Washington and Jones in San Francisco has sent five victims to the hospital.