Athletes from the James Logan High School girls basketball team are calling foul over inequality because the boys team has access to equipment that isn't shared with them. A Title IX complaint led to a U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights investigation.
The man who died following a fall from a bicycle Sunday at an Oakland park was a well-respected BART manager.
Berkeley police announced the arrest of a man accused of posing as a police officer and approaching teenage girls with criminal sexual intent of minors.
A father and son have been arrested, accused of reckless arson in connection to the Caldor Fire, according to the El Dorado County District Attorney.
San Jose’s iconic Burbank Theatre has a three-story-tall sign that’s been a beacon for the neighborhood, dating back to the 1940s.
The newly launched Housing Strike Force secured its first settlement aimed to provide renters access, affordability, and fairness.
Nearly two decades after being sentenced to die, Scott Peterson was resentenced Wednesday to life in prison for the 2002 slayings of his pregnant wife and unborn son that gripped the world then and since.
Marin County has the highest COVID infection rate of any Bay Area region.
Travis Scott and his companies “generally deny the allegations” filed against him following the Astroworld tragedy and are asking for the suits to be tossed out.
Oakland will have two more police academies over the next two fiscal years to hire more sworn officers. Many cheered the vote. Many did not.
A very special celebration was held on Tuesday for an Oakland woman on her 104th birthday, as she was honored and revered as a woman whose life was about caring for others.
Amazon’s AWS suffered a major outage on Tuesday, impacting U.S. businesses across the U.S. that rely on it — including FOX properties.
Restaurants around San Francisco are working to protect their outdoor dining parklets after concerns that red tape could force some to be torn down.
Police in Sunnyvale had a special holiday warning for porch pirates who dared to take advantage of packages left at doorsteps: "Steal a package and you may end up with more than what you wanted."
“Over the weekend, I lost my youngest son to a condition called Hydrocephalus,” he said on his talk show while holding back tears. “It’s tough.”
After narrowing down choices among staff, Safari West put the power in the hands of the public when it came to naming the wildlife preserve's new baby giraffe.
As President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden on Tuesday marked the 80th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor with a somber visit to the World War II Memorial, the Bay Area also remembered their role and where they were at the time.
A man shot and killed in San Francisco last month has been identified as an Afghan refugee who worked as an Uber driver, according to his family.
For the first time, a witness in the deadly shooting of security guard Kevin Nishita provided a detailed account of what happened.
As homicides surge in Oakland and city officials debate whether to hire more officers a key question lingers: Do more police reduce crime and are collateral consequences worth the benefits of having more officers on the street?