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.
Cousins design high end medical scrubs, described as the Lululemon of hospital scrubs.
An Oakland man is merging social justice with swimming, through the Oaklantis swim team and swim school.
An Oakland man says he will teach any child who wants to swim
Claudine Wong explains how a six-week show turned into an iconic San Francisco production.
We sat down with Bay Area native Austin Scott just a couple of hours before the curtain rose at the Richard Rodgers Theater on Broadway in NYC. And while playing Alexander Hamilton on Broadway is a job, Scott will tell you he’s living the dream.
He’s not even a teenager but 12-year-old Christopher Nguyen is something to hear on the piano.
She was born and raised in the Bay Area and graduated with honors from Stanford University. Now, Jennifer Siebel Newsom is an accomplished filmmaker, working on her third project, "The Great American Lie." She also happens to be the wife of California Governor, Gavin Newsom, but she prefers not to be called "First Lady." "The Issue Is:" host Elex Michaelson caught up with Siebel Newsom to talk...
This year the Oakland Gay Men's Chorus will celebrate 20 years, and after two decades the chorus says its mission is simple. It wants to give voice through song to a community where everyone matters.
When we went to Concord to watch a group of Marine recruits work out, it was pretty clear, pretty quickly that the workout wasn't going to be easy. But becoming Marine isn't either.
The Bay Area is home to Raina Telgemeier: a best-selling author and illustrator behind the books "Smile," "Drama," "Sisters" and "Ghosts." In "Smile," she tells the story of an incident that happened in sixth grade, and shaped the rest of her life.
KTVU's Claudine Wong continues her conversation with UC President Janet Napolitano to discuss her priorities, higher education, and why it's so difficult to get into college.
A five-year-old boy from the North Bay has become a new face for spreading awareness about down syndrome. James O’Leary just became an international ambassador for the non-profit Nothing Down which is dedicated to showing people there is nothing down about Down Syndrome.