Two die in Solano County plane crash
A single-engine plane crashed in Solano County Thursday, killing the two people on board, according to the FAA and police.
Air India flight diverted to Russia finally arrives at SFO after 2-day ordeal
The Air India flight carrying passengers stranded in Russia finally arrived at San Francisco International Airport just after midnight Thursday, a relief to the passengers who were stranded thousands of miles from their intended destinations for two days.
San Rafael approves new police oversight board in wake of bloody arrest
The San Rafael City Council this week unanimously approved the creation of a new police oversight board in the wake of the bloody arrest of a man last year that sparked outcry from the community.
Gov. Gavin Newsom proposes constitutional amendment to tighten access to guns
Gov. Newsom announced Thursday that he is proposing an amendment to the United States Constitution that would enshrine into law gun regulations including universal background checks and raising the minimum age to buy a firearm to 21.
Photos: June snow brings overflowing waterfalls, brimming reservoirs in California
Dramatic photos of California's big spring melt show waterfalls gushing and reservoirs filled to the brim. And there's more to come as the eastern Sierra saw another dumping of snow this week.
Port of Oakland halts operations after worker dies on job
The Port of Oakland shut down for the day after a crane operator was found unresponsive and died on Tuesday, sources told KTVU.
15-year-old from Willow Glen HS dies in San Jose car collision
A 15-year-old boy died Wednesday morning following a fatal car collision in San Jose as teens nearby were celebrating the end of the school year and high school graduation.
Boy airlifted to hospital after rattlesnake bite at Mt. Diablo State Park
A boy was airlifted to John Muir Medical Center on after being bitten by a rattlesnake at Mt. Diablo State Park.
Antisemitic caller cut off at Walnut Creek City Council meeting
In what seemed to be a coordinated effort, multiple people called the Walnut Creek City Council meeting to spout antisemitic propaganda at the council. One caller was cut off.
Man arrested, suspected of hate crime in SF's Castro District
San Francisco police have made an arrest in a suspected hate crime in the city's Castro District.
Alleged gang leader convicted in SF Mission District murder, RICO charges
An alleged San Francisco gang leader was convicted Wednesday for several crimes, including racketeering and murder.
Temecula teachers protest textbook decision after board president calls Harvey Milk a pedophile
The leader of the teachers union called the board's decision to exclude a textbook that included info on gay rights activist Harvey Milk a manufactured crisis.
DeSantis defends flying migrants to California as he meets with sheriffs near border
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday defended his state’s decision to fly migrants from the U.S.-Mexico border to California, arguing that the state had essentially invited the migrants with its welcoming policies toward immigrants.
Businesses bailing out of San Francisco, experts explain what needs to change
Business leaders say cleaning up San Francisco's streets, preventing crime and retail theft, and providing tax incentives are a few key components to rebuilding downtown.
Family of Peninsula couple killed by alleged street racers files civil lawsuit
It has been 215 days since a street racing crash claimed the lives of a Peninsula couple, who were the parents of 7-year-old twin girls.
San Francisco water main break forces evacuations
Water, fire and PG&E crews are all on the scene of a water main break in San Francisco that led to dozens of evacuations early Wednesday morning.
Still waiting for the Nevada legislature to decide on A's stadium
In a special session, the Nevada legislature took up whether or not to commit $380 million in public funds in the form of a combination of Clark County bonds and tax credits. The A's say that's essential to build a stadium for the would-be Las Vegas A's.
Oakland police chief search hasn't started; critics say commission is dysfunctional
It's been four months since Mayor Sheng Thao fired the city's police chief – and there's no timeframe on when Oakland will get a new top cop. Much of the blame is pointed at the dysfunction of the police commission.
Identity sought for woman found dead near San Jose highway
Officials are trying to identify a woman struck on Interstate 880 in San Jose.
Man injured in stabbing, suspect in custody as standoff in Vallejo ends
An hours-long standoff in Vallejo has come to an end and a suspect is in custody. Police say a stabbing victim was taken to the hospital.