Retail giant Target blamed crime for its decision to close three stores in the Bay Area and several more around the country.
Firefighters extinguished an arson fire at the Target store at Daly City's Serramonte Center Thursday afternoon.
Target is recalling nearly 5 million glass candles following reports of lacerations and severe burns, according to a notice posted by safety regulators.
Target said it’s seeing an increasing number of violent incidents at stores, but doesn’t want to close stores because that hurts workers and the community.
Target will no longer require its employees or customers to wear masks inside its stores, subject to local rules.
Two deadly traffic collisions occurred in San Jose in a span of about six hours.
Prosecutors alleged that the companies made misleading or false claims about their pet waste bags -- such as that the bags were biodegradable or plastic-free -- to market toward customers who might pay more for environmentally friendly products.
Video: Vacaville police. Police say the two women stole several dozen pairs of jeans from True Religion and Levi's, along with baby formula from the Target store.
Target customers can only shop at San Francisco stores between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. instead of 10 p.m.
The company will also offer a team of experts and educational workshops to help Black-owned businesses develop their products and grow.
A boost to $16 an hour starting next week puts Costco's starting wages above Target, Amazon.
Antioch police are investigating two separate shootings that happened less than two hours apart Wednesday afternoon.
Some retail heavyweights, including Amazon, Walmart and Target, are allowing customers to not only process refunds seamlessly online, but are also allowing customers to just keep the returned items.
The measure comes as part of a new slate of safety protocols Target has added to its stores as the holiday season kicks off. The added precautions come in addition to the dozens of measures Target began rolling out in March when the pandemic started.
The move, announced Monday, come as stores are rethinking the Black Friday in-store bargain shopping as they try to curb the spread of the coronavirus, which has seen a resurgence in a slew of states.
Amid the sharp rise in COVID-19 cases in many states across the U.S., more national retailers have rolled out new policies that will require customers to wear facial coverings while shopping in stores.
Target is permanently increasing its minimum wage to $15 an hour beginning July 5.
A Target store in Oakland is among half a dozen Target locations around the country closed indefinitely due to safety concerns, stemming from widespread protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Target, CVS, Apple and Walmart all said Sunday that they had temporarily closed some locations for safety reasons.
Target is taking new steps to combat the spread of coronavirus at its stores.