Both Biden and Harris posted the photos on Instagram.
Elementary school students will be back in class on Monday and ahead of the big day, Superintendent Vincent Matthews provided insight on what that return to class will look like.
The men are accused of conspiring to destroy communications and other records about the May 29, 2020, killing of federal security officer David Patrick Underwood and attempted murder of his partner as they guarded federal Building in Oakland.
Scientists from The Marine Mammal Center, the world’s largest marine mammal hospital, were investigating the deaths of two gray whales found around the Bay Area. So far, a total of four dead whales have been located just days apart.
A city in California says they’ve found a way to help keep homeless camps in their jurisdiction clean by paying the people who live there to pick up their garbage.
Three Inland Empire women were arrested and charged this week for illegally obtaining COVID-related unemployment benefits in names of prison inmates and scamming the California Employment Development Department out of a combined $1.2 million, federal prosecutors allege.
Wealthy countries have received the largest supply of the world’s COVID-19 vaccines, while poor countries have only received 0.2% of the global supply, the World Health Organization announced Friday.
A judge in Jacksonville also ordered Debra Hunter to pay a $500 fine, serve six months probation and participate in a mental health evaluation along with anger management.
Pfizer-BioNTech on Friday asked the FDA to expand the emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S. to children ages 12 to 15.
Pearl Fernandez, the Palmdale mother who was convicted of torturing and murdering her 8-year-old son, Gabriel Fernandez, has filed a petition to have her murder conviction vacated and be resentenced. The case was featured in the Netflix documentary "The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez."
Community members are rallying behind an Oakland father, who was a victim in a hit-and-run in Antioch and lost both his legs in the crash.
An East Bay hairstylist who lost her job because of COVID is now opening up her own salon, due in large part to the generosity of community members.
Santa Clara County health officials are allowing residents ages16 and older to make vaccination appointments. But they admit, administering the shots is dependent on supply, which is becoming more restricted.
Alameda County Sheriff's Sgt. Jeffery Hazelitt cranked up the heat at the Oakland airport to force an erratic person to shed his clothes so that he could rush in and snatch the weapon.
On Thursday, police released a rendering by a forensic sketch artist showing what Arianna may look like now at 7 years old.
Researchers at the Department of Homeland Security sought to determine how various environmental conditions impact the spread of COVID-19 and other variants and determined that the coronavirus survived in most heat and humidity.
Twitter said it has been working with the National Archives on the preservation of tweets from Trump’s personal account, @realDonaldTrump, but said the content will not be housed on its platform given he was permanently banned.
Starting April 23, fans will be allowed to attend in-person games at the arena, but state regulations only allow up to 35% capacity.
The company will also offer a team of experts and educational workshops to help Black-owned businesses develop their products and grow.
The race is on to help a woman in the East Bay who’s lost almost everything she owned in a house fire except one of her beloved cats.