Thousands of fake vaccination cards are being sold on the dark web for as little as $100 as more places are requiring proof of vaccines.
The State Bar of California issued a warning following several KTVU reports into a Bay Area traffic ticket lawyer accused of scamming his clients.
Several Bay Area drivers say attorney Robert Amparan and his law firm, California Traffic Defenders, charged flat fees to take care of traffic tickets but never showed up to represent the clients in court, costing them even more money.
The Russell City Energy Center is up and running and generating power again in Hayward to feed the grid, despite not knowing what caused a massive explosion that sent chunks of metal flying.
A survey of Bay Area school districts finds the majority of them are tracking vaccinations and many have been offering testing but some districts have no idea how many teachers are fully vaccinated.
Kaiser said that after several investigations, health agencies "could not identify any single employee or patient linked to the majority of both employee or patient cases in the outbreak."
Roughly 10 million Americans, including many in the Bay Area, can’t keep more than $2,000 in their bank account without losing both their income and their healthcare. How are they supposed to plan for a rainy day?
As a result of a class action lawsuit, the EDD must now stop its policy of freezing benefits for people whose existing claims have eligibility questions and instead continue sending checks while they investigate the problem.
An intruder at a disabled woman's San Francisco home was arrested just days after getting out of jail.
Scammers are targeting the nearly two million Americans who are forced to wait months for a passport because of a massive backlog blamed on the coronavirus pandemic.
The California Energy Commission voted unanimously Thursday to allow the Russell City Energy Center to restart following a massive explosion and fire that sent debris flying hundreds of feet in the air. The cause of the explosion is still unknown.
Corrosion, leaks, broken equipment and fire equipment defects were among the problems found two years before a massive explosion and fire at a power plant in Hayward.
Fire officials say garbage, hazardous materials and illegal wiring has caused a dramatic increase in fires at homeless encampments. But also, some fires have been intentionally set.
A steam turbine exploded at Russell City Energy Center in Hayward sending metal and debris hundreds of feet away. A cause has not been determined but Calpine wants to restart its plant later this summer.
Critics claim unemployment benefits are keeping people out of the restaurant workforce. But workers and labor organizers say that the reality is more complex, and that food service workers haven't been paid a living wage.
Sam Yasko died following a struggle with Vacaville police officers. His mother is suing the city and department alleging excessive force caused her son's death in late 2017.
An independent audit of Mill Valley School District credit card charges was ordered following a KTVU investigation into district spending that uncovered expenses including a hot air balloon ride, a yacht charter and a trip to a ski resort.
A dilapidated hotel in Oakland has reopened as affordable housing, free of code violations and deplorable conditions.
Five years since Alameda County dumped Santa Rita Jail's healthcare provider, Corizon Health, and hired Wellpath to take over, claims of medical mistakes or a lack of oversight have persisted, calling into question what, if anything, has changed.
Chase Center in San Francisco will now begin allowing fans to watch games in person up to 35% capacity, beginning Friday night against the Denver Nuggets; that means about 6,000 fans will be allowed inside.