South Bay leaders gathered at San Jose City Hall on Saturday morning to stand against the rise in hate crimes and discrimination against the Asian …
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has extended Spare the Air alerts through Tuesday because of wildfire smoke that is still causing elevated pollution …
Three small earthquakes registering over a magnitude 2.0 rattled the Bay Area early Monday afternoon, according to the Unites States Geological Survey. Two of the …
A fire that damaged a Milpitas apartment building on Monday was apparently caused by a candle that was left unattended and may have fallen during …
A preliminary 3.9-magnitude earthquake hit the South Bay Monday morning.
Roughly 25,000 utility customers were without electrical service as of Monday evening due to widespread power outages.
More than 10,000 people remain without power in the Bay Area Tuesday morning, the bulk of them in the North Bay, as PG&E crews work to repair storm-related outages in the region.
There are roughly 10,550 PG&E customers without electrical service during Tuesday evening’s stormy weather.
Two small earthquakes struck this morning off the coast of San Mateo County, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Hundreds of janitors gathered in downtown San Jose to mark Cesar Chavez Day in support of a higher statewide minimum wage stronger protections in the workplace.
Uber cut prices Saturday in the San Francisco Bay Area, Uber officials said.
A storm system that brought badly needed rain departed Tuesday, but another one is right behind it.
An airboat transported one person to shore while assisting a boat in distress in the South Bay this morning, according to firefighters.
PG&E reported late Thursday night about 6,000 residents in the Bay Area were still without power.
Two small earthquakes near Gilroy struck a minute apart Tuesday afternoon.
A five-alarm fire ripped through an abandoned TV studio near downtown San Jose Sunday.
Bill Belichick, there’s a new "hoodie" on the scene! But instead of seeking Super Bowls, he’s a bank robber seeking other people’s money.
A prolific South Bay graffiti crew known as “Have You Seen Us?” has the Santa Clara DA seeing red.
The roads have been striped. The public has been warned. And next month, toll lanes are coming to the 237-880 interchange in the South Bay.