Community spirit has emerged in nations hard-hit by COVID-19.
Marin County is poised to approve its latest cannabis delivery service against the wishes of one of its biggest school districts.
Proposed federal cuts to social safety net programs are raising alarm among retirees. Almost 100 seniors attended a congressional town hall Thursday afternoon in Mill Valley.
Police activity in Mill Valley prompted a lockdown at two schools Monday afternoon after reports of a suspicious man in the area.
The homeowners said the skunk had been rambling under the house for a few days, before choosing the dryer vent as his exit route.
Police released a surveillance photo of a man suspected of robbing a Mill Valley bank and then fleeing on a bicycle Saturday morning. About 10 a.m., the suspect presented a note to a teller at the Wells Fargo bank branch at 525 Miller Ave., demanding money and saying that no one would be hurt, police said. Witnesses told police that no weapons were seen.
A North Bay community is stunned after a neighbor accidentally ran over her neighbor in Mill Valley Wednesday when they were fleeing a falling tree from a storm. 52-year-old Darren Malvin was killed when a woman panicked, gunned it in her minivan and hit him. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports.
A hastily organized vigil drew about 50 people at Tam High in Mill Valley Thursday night to ask "when does this stop" with regards to school shootings after 17 people were killed this week at a Southern Florida high school. Debora Villalon reports.
A new documentary aims to take the stigma out of the question, "Are you thinking about suicide?"
Eight people were transported to the hospital after the driver of a pickup truck drove off of U.S. Highway 101, crashed through a chain-link fence and struck several vehicles in the parking lot of an In-N-Out restaurant in unincorporated Marin County this afternoon, according to the California Highway Patrol.
A vehicle drove off of U.S. Highway 101, crashed through a chain-link fence and struck several vehicles in the parking lot of an In-N-Out restaurant in unincorporated Marin County this afternoon, according to the California Highway Patrol.
There is a special friendship between a young boy in Mill Valley and the garbage collector who comes by his home weekly. Recently, the garbage man was seriously injured after a vehicle accident and his family tells KTVU what the boy is doing is making a difference.
Crews were working to repair the line after it was ruptured by a crew.