San Francisco Unified School District announced on Friday that the district and the teachers union have tentatively agreed to get some of its youngest students back in the classroom starting April 12.
California Highway Patrol has issued a severe traffic alert Friday evening due to police activity on westbound I-580 in San Leandro.
KTVU meteorologist Mark Tamayo with the latest weather forecast.
Preschool teacher Camila Santos said she's had nothing but trouble trying to nail down an appointment on state's online registry.
KTVU's Tom Vacar reports.
The principal Of Mission Dolores Academy, Meredith Essalat, shares how her school pivoted to hybrid learning during the COVID pandemic.
Goodwill Industries on Friday announced the immediate closure of eight of its stores in the East Bay and that it’s laying off 61 employees due to the pandemic’s economic impact.
District officials said their employees have made use of Santa Clara County’s “no wrong door” policy. It allows them to get vaccinations through the county, a private health care providers, or clinic.
KTVU's Jesse Gary reports.
A Pennsylvania UPS driver was moved to tears after being surprised by his regular clients with a “thank you” party and $1,000.
The blaze was reported around 12:05 p.m. in the area of 18th and Eureka streets, police said.
San Francisco firefighters contained a two-alarm, multi-structure house fire Friday afternoon where six residents were displaced. SFPD took a suspect into custody and the fire is being investigated as an arson.
Senate leaders and moderate Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin have struck a deal over emergency jobless benefits, breaking a nine-hour logjam that had stalled the party’s showpiece $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill.
A huge asteroid called Apophis will make its closest approach to Earth, but pass safely by our planet Friday evening.
Officials in Santa Clara County are calling it a "supply crisis." There are simply not enough vaccines to meet demand. And they say this week their allotment from the state was even less than expected.
The new study found that humans — not nature — are likely the primary cause of changes in Atlantic hurricane patterns.
Officials in Santa Clara County are calling it a "supply crisis": there are simply not enough vaccines to meet demand.
Catalytic convertor thefts are skyrocketing because they contain a metal worth much more than gold. KTVU's Henry Lee reports on how easy the theft is and how it's fueling a black market.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled the trial judge for the Derek Chauvin case must reconsider reinstating the third-degree murder charge in his case, according to an opinion issued Friday.
San Jose police raced to two shooting scenes in less than eight hours.