Highway 37 closing in North Bay this weekend
Highway 37 in the North Bay will be closed from early Saturday until midday Sunday, so repairs can be made to railroad crossings along the vital corridor.
Longtime San Rafael police lieutenant on decertification list for 'egregious acts'
A longtime San Rafael police lieutenant was put on the state's decertification list for "egregious or repeated acts that violate the law."
Portion of Hwy 37 to close next weekend for train track repair
A portion of state Highway 37 will be closed next weekend to allow repairs to a railroad crossing, Caltrans said.
Marin County moves to update large gate safety standards after child crushed last year
Marin County is proposing updating safety codes for large gates installed on public and private property, the county said Friday.
San Rafael security guard breaks up violent carjacking attempt: police
San Rafael police are commending a security guard at a shopping center for intervening during a violent carjacking attempt and catching the alleged suspect.
Rising sea levels could submerge hundreds of Marin County homes
Marin County planners say they're already seeing some of the effects of rising sea levels and say many as 600 homes could be underwater before the end of this century.
Driver rescued after plunging over Marin County cliff: video
First responders rescued an injured driver after their car went over a cliff and plunged several hundred feet off a cliff in the North Bay.
Warm weather reminds of Bay Area fire season concerns
From months of winter rain to warm spring sunshine, many in the Bay Area spent the day basking in the sun. But for agencies, Thursday’s weather was another reminder of potential dangers ahead.
Marin police investigating alleged anti-Semitic hate crime
Central Marin police are currently investigating an alleged anti-Semitic hate crime in San Anselmo.
Alcohol suspected in fatal wrong-way crash on Highway 101
Alcohol is suspected as a factor in a fatal wrong-way crash that took place on U.S. Highway 101 in Marin County early Saturday morning, a California Highway Patrol spokesman said.
Marin County parks to stop collecting parking fees
The Marin County Board of Supervisors will vote on a proposal soon to end parking fees for all five county-owned parks.
North Bay's 'Joey California' and Darrion Trammell head to NCAA championship
Two players from Marin County have advanced to the NCAA men's basketball championship game. 'Joey California' of UConn and Darrion Trammell of San Diego State will go head to head Monday night in the final March Madness game.
Marin City native honors late friend as he leads San Diego State to Final Four
When Darrion Trammell started walking at the precocious age of 7 months old, his dad knew he was different.
Novato landslide could threaten Highway 101 and major water main
Even before the next rains fall, crews are keeping a close eye on a Novato hillside that is in danger of sliding again and destroying three major pieces of infrastructure.
Marin native, Darrion Trammell, advances to the Final Four, gives emotional post game interview
Marin native, Darrion Trammell and the San Diego State Aztecs are officially heading to the Final Four.
Southbound U.S. 101 fully reopen after gas line work
Southbound US 101 was fully reopened Sunday afternoon after the completion of gas line work on a section of the roadway, Caltrans officials said.
Massive oak tree falls on San Anselmo home, man rescued through window
A huge oak tree crashed onto a house in San Anselmo early Friday morning. Two people were home when it fell and one had to be pulled from a window, fire officials said.
Landslide and mudslide dangers increasing throughout Bay Area
With the ground thoroughly soaked, the consequences of each additional atmospheric river is more mudslide ands landslides. Slides are bad, but additional rain can make them much worse.
Marin County men granted retrial after being convicted of stabbing Italian police officer
Italy's highest court on Wednesday, granted a retrial for two Marin County men who were convicted of fatally stabbing an Italian police officer in Rome in 2019.
Trees and power lines 'falling left and right' wreak havoc on Bay Area roadways
Another round of a powerful storm meant another round of havoc on Bay Area roads on Tuesday. Strong winds knocked down trees onto roadways, led to dangerous situations with power lines, as widespread power outages left traffic signals on the blink.