Two dozen San Francisco restaurants and businesses are banding together to raise funds to help support Tim and Erin Archuleta.
Sheriff’s deputies and correctional officers in Santa Clara County will soon be outfitted with body-worn cameras.
The California Supreme Court in San Francisco Thursday unanimously upheld the death sentence of a man who murdered a 20-year-old woman in her Oakland apartment in 1996.
Police Thursday said a robbery that occurred on the edge of San Francisco’s Financial District Wednesday is being investigated as a hate crime.
Palo Alto police released a sketch Thursday of a man suspected of exposing himself near the Palo Alto Baylands Preserve on Friday afternoon.
State senators from San Francisco and San Diego announced Thursday a bill to create a new gender marker for people to more accurately describe what gender they feel best describes them on state-issued identification documents.
More than 3.5 million people visited Oakland in 2015, spending $795 million and supporting more than 7,000 jobs.
Three people were shot in two incidents in Oakland on Wednesday night, including two people wounded in a rolling gunbattle through West Oakland.
An equipment malfunction at the Shell Chemical Company in Martinez resulted in a brief flaring incident Wednesday night.
Volunteers with the Sonoma County Community Development Commission are conducting a point-in-time homeless count tonight and Friday.
Immigrant rights activists joined Rep. Zoe Lofgren and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo Wednesday afternoon to denounce President Donald Trump’s pair of executive orders to construct a border wall with Mexico and to deport undocumented immigrants.
All lanes have reopened in the northbound direction on Interstate Highway 880 at Whipple Road in Hayward.
A Watsonville man wanted on several warrants was arrested on Tuesday after police negotiators coaxed him out of his attic.