Alameda police say they have arrested a man accused of slashing hundreds of tires.
An Oakland house party, largely attended by teens, turned deadly this weekend after gunfire erupted inside a home. Two Berkeley High brothers were killed.
Two Santa Clara County cities have joined forces to help improve the lives of those living in RVs.
Following a two-year restoration project, the Japanese Tea Garden's towering red pagoda in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park has been officially revived to its full glory, 107 years after its appearance at the 1915 world's fair.
The new BOP director promised to make changes at FCI Dublin, where five officers have been charged with sex crimes and incarcerated women and whistleblowers report being retaliated against for reporting any wrongdoing.
Before John Burris became the go-to lawyer for Northern California families grieving a loved one killed by police, the civil rights legend was a child suspicious of the Santa Claus narrative.
All six people who were shot at an Oakland educational campus Wednesday were connected to the schools there, the city's police chief said, adding that the attack was most likely gang-related.
John Russell Bellhouse, a former FCI Dublin prison officer, has now been charged with having sex with three incarcerated women.
The Coalition on Homelessness has filed a lawsuit alleging that San Francisco has violated the civil rights of the city's homeless.
Officials with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department say Anthony Graziano - who abducted his 15-year-old daughter Savanna after killing his wife - was killed in a shootout with deputies in Victorville.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed more than a dozen new abortion laws Tuesday, including some that deliberately clash with restrictions in other states — a sign of the coming conflicts that must be sorted out as lawmakers rush to set their own rules now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned.
Multiple demonstrations were held by union workers at Bay Area airports on Tuesday. At Oakland Airport, Southwest Airlines flight attendants held a picket line, as part of a nationwide labor action demanding a new contract.
After a period of gas prices trending lower, they’re swinging back up again, as concerns rise about Hurricane Ian’s effects on oil production in the Gulf of Mexico.
Santa Clara County says that over a dozen people living on the streets died this month, most of them in San Jose. County officials say a lack of housing, drug use and other health issues are contributing to the increase in deaths.
The Wood Street homeless encampment in West Oakland is in its second phase of evictions as Caltrans contractors clear piles of trash, RVs, cars and other hazards. But some unhoused residents are refusing to leave.
Responders said some of the dogs had severe scarring, along with festering open wounds, lacerations, and abscesses.
Russian President Vladimir Putin granted full Russian citizenship to U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden on Monday.
Over the course of eight months, KTVU has spoken with more than three dozen women who say they have been sexually assaulted or witnessed such abuse at FCI Dublin. Many who spoke up were retaliated against.
Colette Peters, the new Bureau of Prisons director, took over the embattled federal prison system on Aug. 2.
At least 8 deaths have been reported after Hurricane Fiona tore through the Caribbean this week.