All Bay, All Day
James Page, former welterweight boxing champion from Pittsburg, was sentenced to prison in federal court.
A 20-year-old Marin City man was arrested after he allegedly fled from authorities and crashed into multiple cars.
Vallejo police are investigating the suspicious deaths of a couple in their 40s who were found on a boat.
A ship moored in Oakland that has drawn protesters has departed after being unable to unload.
A single-engine Beechcraft that crashed Monday night west of Novato is registered to Robert John Madge of Redwood City.
An avid climber from Sebastopol was killed in a fall in Yosemite National Park on Saturday evening.
Actor Paul Rudd as comic hero Ant-Man begins filming in San Francisco this week.
A woman was taken into custody as the suspected driver of a car that struck and critically injured a pedestrian.
Suspected explosives were found and rendered safe outside the Philip Burton Federal Building in San Francisco.
One person died when a small plane headed from Oregon to San Carlos crashed in Marin County near Novato.
A Palo Alto martial arts instructor was arrested last week after a female student reported he tried to kiss her.
Two San Jose brothers were inside a small plane that crashed near an airport in El Dorado County.
A man was arrested after stabbing a Glide Memorial Church staff member inside the building.
Waste Management, the country's largest trash hauler, filed suit alleging the Oakland City Council violated the public trust.
A child was injured in a fall from a second-story window in Oakley on Sunday night.
Increased traffic enforcement is expected around San Francisco schools this week.
A bicyclist who was hit by a man fleeing from police in a stolen van in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood last month succumbed to his injuries.
PG&E Co. pleaded not guilty in federal court in San Francisco today to 28 criminal counts.
A fire at a warehouse in East Oakland early Monday morning knocked out power to more than 5,700 PG&E customers.
For the second time this weekend, Bay Area protesters are gathering at the Port of Oakland to try to stop an Israeli-owned commercial ship from docking and unloading in an act of protest against recent Israeli military action in Gaza.
Northbound U.S. Highway 101 in Petaluma was blocked briefly this morning while a nude man ran wildly through the lanes, according to the California Highway Patrol.
A Good Samaritan helped rescue three people this morning aboard a capsized recreational boat, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
Authorities in San Mateo County report arresting 28 people this weekend for drugged or drunken driving - the same number they arrested during the same enforcement period last year.
An Oakland resident was charged Thursday with conspiring to file false tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service.
62 percent of the uploaded profiles matched a known offender whose DNA was already in the database.
New federal rules are intended to end sick and very young puppies from being imported into the U.S. from overseas.
A father and son were using gunpowder to break up concrete fence posts when things went wrong.
A stuck dog was rescued from a sewage water treatment plant in North Richmond Friday morning.
About half a dozen small fires were ignited along eastbound Interstate Highway 580 in Oakland this morning after four male suspects were seen shooting off fireworks from an unidentified vehicle, according to an Oakland fire battalion chief.
Two men were arrested and an officer was sent to a hospital during an anti-police march through downtown Oakland streets Friday night, police said.
The San Francisco Police Department bomb squad responded to an Outer Richmond home Saturday morning.
A federal grand jury in San Francisco indicted a man on eight counts of bank robbery on Wednesday.
A two year old girl was struck and killed by a vehicle in a hit and run in San Francisco Friday night, according to a San Francisco Police Department Public Information Officer.
Protestors in an anti-police march started in downtown Oakland before moving on Berkeley.
Four eight-foot tall, 15-year-old tree ferns and five trees were vandalized last Friday night.
Besides the five humans getting West Nile, Santa Clara County officials say they have found 648 infected dead birds.