NorCal Kayaker Rescued At Sea During Attempt To Solo Paddle From San Francisco To HawaiiThe U.S. Coast Guard rescued a kayaker Sunday morning who was attempting to make a solo voyage to Hawaii. He was rescued about 70 miles west of Santa Cruz.
2 Killed, Several Wounded In Oakland Freeway Party Bus ShootingA 21st birthday celebration came to a tragic end early Tuesday on an Oakland freeway when a gunman targeted a party bus, riddling it with bullets, leaving two people dead and several celebrants wounded.
FBI Seeks Help Locating Arianna Fitts, Child Missing Since 2016 From San Francisco AreaThe FBI is seeking the public's help in identifying potential witnesses and people of interest in the Los Angeles area who might have information about the 2016 murder of a woman and disappearance her now 7-year-old daughter.
San Francisco Bans All Mass Gatherings Of 1,000 Or MoreThe ban is effective immediately and will be in place for two weeks. Sporting events, including Golden State Warriors basketball games, would be impacted.
Preseason Opener: Lakers Beat Warriors 123-101 In Golden State's New ArenaThe fans in particular were feeling themselves after the win. And so, too, were some of the players
San Francisco Airport Bans Plastic Water BottlesContinuing its efforts to become the world's first zero-waste airport, San Francisco International Airport is banning plastic water bottles — effective Aug. 20.
Animal Rights Protester Rushes Kamala Harris At Forum And Grabs Her MicHarris appeared puzzled but remained calm as the protester grabbed the mic from her hand.
Inmate Who Escaped San Quentin Suspected In CarjackingShalom Mendoza was serving a 5-year sentence for a carjacking and pursuit in L.A. County. He is believed to be driving a Toyota RAV4.
Coast Guard Investigates Ferry Crash That Injured 2 On S.F. WaterfrontThe U.S. Coast Guard is investigating a ferry crash that occurred Friday afternoon at the San Francisco Ferry Building.
San Francisco Is Allowing Noncitizens To Vote, But Few WillSan Francisco has become the largest U.S. city to give people in the country illegally and other noncitizens the right to vote in a local election, but the possibility of the Trump administration learning their identities appears to have kept people away: only 35 noncitizens have registered.
Northern CA Bridge Shut Down By Street Stunt 'Sideshow'The California Highway Patrol posted a video of Sunday morning's incident on their Facebook page.
In-N-Out Battles Brewery Over Beer BrandingBurger giant In-N-Out sent San Francisco's Seven Stills Brewing and Distillery a cease-and-desist order over its planned "In-N-Stout" beer.
Twin NorCal Wildfires Force Thousands to Flee, Dozens Of Homes DestroyedThe two fires are threatening 9,000 homes and have charred an area five times the size of San Francisco.
Authorities Search For Man Seen Riding Bike Naked On Highway 101Authorities in San Jose on Thursday were searching for a man who was seen Wednesday morning riding bicycle naked on Highway 101.
Families Earning $117K Now Qualify As 'Low Income' In The Bay AreaThousands of well-paid tech workers have driven up the median price of a San Francisco house to $1.6 million dollars, the highest in the country.