After more than a year, cable cars are once again climbing up and down San Francisco's hills. The cars are back on the rails but aren't carrying any passengers for now.
Tourists and locals celebrated the Fourth of July with sunny weather and a spectacular fireworks show overlooking the city's waterfront, and local businesses and restaurants enjoyed a boost in profits.
San Francisco's Pier 39 prepares for California's full reopening
The historic East Brother Light Station, Richmond's oldest structure, has found a temporary solution to restore power to the bed and breakfast that operates within the light station after its 30-year-old submarine cable broke in April.
Bay Area tourism, battered the past year, had a healthy summer launch over the long Memorial Day weekend.
The president brought up the “Explore America” Tax Credit during a White House roundtable last month.
In South Lake Tahoe, tourists are pushing back against a ban on visitors.
Travelzoo Senior Editor Gabe Saglie talked to Mornings on 2 Weekends about how the coronavirus is taking its toll on the travel industry.
The 107th annual meeting of the San Francisco Travel Association is currently underway in the city amid some fears of how President Trump will affect travel. Tom Vacar reports.
City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a lawsuit Thursday alleging that rental car giant Hertz Corp. and a business partner swindled San Francisco customers out of millions of dollars in hidden fees to cover bridge tolls. Tara Moriarty reports.
The Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council is joining with the Bay Area Council to keep jobs in the area. Barry Broome, president and CEO of the Sacramento group, was on the News @ 9 to discuss the collaboration.
US Park Police have released new details in the slaying of Calvin Riley, who was killed while playing Pokemon Go in San Francisco. Tara Moriarty reports.
Conde Nast Traveler named Oakland the third unfriendliest city in the world. An Oakland city councilman disputes the ranking. Ross Palombo interviews the councilman.
Police say he was playing Pokemon Go when she shooting occurred. Azenith Smith reports.