The U.S. EPA backed down from its stance that the Redwood City salt ponds are not protected by the Clean Water Act, signaling a change in the Biden administration's direction on environmental issues.
Some Bay Area movie theaters are reopening their doors today, including the Century Theatres in downtown Redwood City.
This includes the Century Theatres in downtown Redwood City
New photos show the aftermath of a Friday collision involving a Caltrain and an unoccupied vehicle in Redwood City. There were no reported injuries.
An 11-year-old girl reported missing in San Mateo County is back home and safe, the San Mateo County Sheriff said late Sunday afternoon.
The girl's mother say the 11-year-old ran away from their home in unincorporated Redwood City.
A nonprofit on the Peninsula that helps the working poor, is itself experiencing tough financial times during the coronavirus pandemic.
A 33-year-old pediatrician was arrested Friday on suspicion of attempted lewd acts with a minor, Redwood City police said Tuesday.
A sexually violent predator will not be relocated to the Emerald Hills area of Redwood City, after the landlord withdrew the property from consideration Tuesday morning.
A Redwood City community is mobilizing against the arrival of a new neighbor, a convicted sex predator.
The offender is identified as Michael Thomas Cheek, 69, a twice convicted rapist. Debora Villalon reports.
An elderly woman died in a hit-and-run collision on the 1700 block of Woodside Road in Redwood City.
Shares of Poshmark soared in their debut trading in the public markets Thursday, a testament to the strength of the online marketplace for second-hand goods even during a pandemic.
Police in Redwood City are asking the public to help find an at-risk man missing since Saturday afternoon.
In a month when restaurants should have been hosting holiday parties, they are now shuttered. That is forcing many to find creative ways to pay the bills, and their employees.
Ann Rubin reports.
Ann Rubin reports on how business owners are coping with the new closure.
The company is the largest employer in Redwood City, with over 6,500 employees, representing 13.5% of the jobs in that city.
The company made the announcement Friday afternoon.
The investigation was focused on the 800 block of Hurlingame Avenue. The exact building wasn't immediately known.