The NFL said Thursday that 11 teams, including the Arizona Cardinals, have committed to attending Colin Kaepernick's workout in Atlanta this weekend and that more teams are expected to attend the former NFL quarterback's audition.
Data voluntarily submitted by wireless companies to the Federal Communications Commission shows that more than 700 cell phone towers were down across California on Oct. 28. Brooks Jarosz reports
The awards, handed out by the Society of Professional Journalists of Northern California, are in the investigative, community and explanatory journalism categories.
One New York City man has cried “fowl” after reportedly finding a joint in his Popeye’s Chicken Sandwich last week.
San Jose State University is taking a major step to combat student homelessness and housing insecurity. Officials say nearly two-hundred of its students struggled with housing insecurity and homelessness last academic year.
Wireless companies are not forced to keep you connected during a public safety power shutoff or natural disaster, which recently left thousands cut off -- unable to receive texts, calls, or contact 911.
Friends and family are feeling shock, sadness and anger over the killing of an Oakland wife and mother who was gunned down in front of her home Saturday as she and her husband went to ward off some possible car thieves.
To some, the 1960 Porsche Roadster is just another car. But for Army veteran Chris Nishimura, it's his baby.
The Bay Area observes Veterans Day with parades and celebrations. But in the South Bay, the occasion marks a turning point in a years-old battle to eliminate the number of vets living on the streets.
Fire incident data obtained by 2 Investigates shows PG&E believes its equipment was involved in nearly 2,000 fires in the last five years.
Instagram has officially announced that it will begin the test of hiding “likes” for users in the United States.
Video shared by the Chico Police Department shows the officer searching a man when suddenly the rogue reptile jumps out of his pocket.
A Popeyes worker recorded throwing a woman onto the pavement outside a restaurant in Tennessee has been charged with felony aggravated assault.
The investigation follows a series of viral tweets by entrepreneur and web developer David Heinemeier Hansson about algorithms used for the Apple Card, which Goldman Sachs manages in partnership with Apple.
A passenger waiting to board a BART train at the Pleasant Hill station was stopped by a BART police officer, detained and cited for eating a sandwich, a violation of state law, according to the transit agency.
Health officials investigating an outbreak of vaping-related illnesses in over 2,000 Americans say they have found more direct evidence that vitamin E acetate may be the culprit. In an update provided Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said the chemical compound was found in lung fluid from 29 patients tested in a government lab.
The family of 17-year-old Aliciabelen Villa, who the coroner on Thursday identified as the teen killed in an Antioch shooting, suffered two grave tragedies in less than a month.
The Iowa Appeals Court has ruled against a convicted killer who says he "died" during a medical emergency and thus fulfilled his life sentence.
An Oakland man is merging social justice with swimming, through the Oaklantis swim team and swim school.
A man in Virginia lost an incredible 176 pounds in order to fulfill his dream of becoming a police officer.