One person has died in a house fire this morning on the 500 block of Moraga Way in Orinda.
A 27-year-old Oakley man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol after a crash in Antioch Wednesday morning that sent him and four other people to hospitals, including a 5-year-old boy who had to be taken there by a helicopter, police said.
Four people were hospitalized after a five-alarm fire at an apartment building in San Jose Tuesday morning, fire officials said.
The University of California at San Francisco received a $500 million commitment from a charitable foundation to pay for a new seismically sound hospital at the university’s Parnassus Heights campus.
Local blood centers are asking Bay Area residents for help because this year’s unusually bad flu season has reduced donations.
Twenty were arrested in connection with violence at a protest Saturday in Berkeley and police expect to make more arrests once they review video and social media evidence, police said.
Ten people were injured, two critically, when a vehicle struck two cars and then crashed into a crowd at a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus shelter Friday afternoon.
Monterey County hospitals have seen a rise in people falling ill after consuming poisonous wild mushrooms.
An adult and 15 Sea Scouts appear to have escaped injury when their 30-foot catamaran flipped over in San Francisco Bay.
Citing low reserves throughout the Bay Area, the Blood Centers of the Pacific Monday encouraged the public to donate blood of all types.
Previous concerns over clogged traffic caused by a new Golden State Warriors arena in Mission Bay have been assuaged.
A New York-based private investment firm has agreed to take over a Los Altos Hills-based hospital chain with four locations in the Bay Area.
A hospital chain Tuesday withdrew its offer to buy Seton Medical Center in Daly Center and five other financially troubled hospitals in the state.
At least one person died and two helicopters have been called to airlift people injured in a collision this evening on state Highway 84 in Sunol, an unincorporated area in Alameda County, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Hospitals make more money when surgery goes wrong than when a patient encounters no complications.
Try not to think of this article the next time you go in for major surgery.