It was a busy day in San Francisco at City Hall, where over a hundred couples chose this day to tie the knot. The buzzwords heard around City Hall- "I do!"
About 50,000 people die from influenza infections each year and now COVID-19 has reached that same milestone.
It has been 308 days since the Eagles dashed the 49ers' Super Bowl dreams in the NFC championship game last season. 49ers fans didn't forget.
On the eve of World AIDS Day, hundreds of people gathered Thursday at the Grove in Golden Gate Park to remember those affected by the disease.
Nancy Seamons Crookston, a designated Oil Painters of America Master and one of the most widely recognized artists in the nation, died Friday from complications while trying to save her painting arm. She was 74, a week away from her Thanksgiving Day birthday.
With APEC in the rearview mirror, Bay Area residents are getting set to welcome in the holiday season.
Several Bay Area communities recognized the sacrifices of America’s servicemembers on Veterans Day.
The Northern California chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) found that when it comes to bullying children, the Bay Area is worse than most.
According to Apartmentlist.com, rents in the Bay Area having taken their biggest year-to-year dip over the last 27 months.
Health officials recommend staying out of the sun as much as possible in extreme heat and keeping your space ventilated with a fan or air conditioner.
When gunshots are detected, a text message is sent to students and staff with the location, based on which sensor is triggered on campus. Police will also receive an automated phone call with the information.
Is local transit about to fall off a financial cliff? The Metropolitan Transportation Commission anticipating the loss of stimulus funding sees a bleak picture for transit unless the overall economy turns around soon, or people will pay more just to keep it healthy.
A Sunnyvale engineer running for office for the first time made history last month when he won his city council race by one vote. This is the first time this has happened in Sunnyvale and after a mandatory recount, Santa Clara County certified the election last week.
Since the first major firestorms of 2017, high technology has been improving tools for firefighters, who still mainly work on the ground and often with little information about how the overall fight is going.
The Kurtzig family lived in Ukraine for nearly a year and will return over spring break to deliver medical supplies, food, and safety equipment to the country during the war.
KTVU FOX 2's Zak Sos reports from Rohnert Park.
As part of KTVU's celebration of Arab American Heritage Month, we highlight the work of the Arab Resource and Organizing Center, which is based in San Francisco.
The American Rescue Act cleared the Senate without any Republican support. It's expected to easily clear the House and eventually make its way to President Joe Biden's desk.
Health experts are keeping their eyes on new and mutating strains of coronavirus. Now Bay Area scientists have a tool to determine if those strains are circulating in our neighborhoods.
A website begun by Bay Area teenagers to connect local businesses with personal protective equipment providers has quickly grown into a nationwide effort to help communities stay safe.