All Bay, All Day
A man and woman caught with crabs in secret compartments of their speedboat were sentenced to jail time and hefty fines.
An Antioch used car dealer and his wife have been hit with nearly 80 charges of odometer tampering.
A San Francisco woman pleaded not guilty this afternoon to charges of felony child endangerment.
A 71-year-old Bay Area doctor is going to federal prison
Police released video Thursday of a person of interest sought in connection with the beating death of Bryan Higgins.
A state appeals court has upheld the conviction of a former MS-13 gang member.
Police have still not determined what caused a person to fall to his death onto Interstate Highway 880 in Hayward.
The bodies of two men were found in adjacent backyards of homes in Marin County's Strawberry Manor neighborhood.
A body was found this afternoon in an area where authorities have been searching for Fremont school teacher.
A convicted sex offender is going back to prison for a long time after a tip from Google led to his conviction.
A fire destroyed four parks cars and badly damaged another in the parking lot of the Lafayette BART station this afternoon, a fire official said.
Muni is expanding its free Muni for youth program as thousands of students in San Francisco return to school.
An Israeli-owned ship returned to the Port of Oakland was unloaded early Wednesday morning.
At least three events Wednesday in the Bay Area will honor Michael Brown and decry excessive police action in Ferguson, Mo.
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks officials have issued a missing hiker alert for a Fremont elementary school teacher.
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.