All Bay, All Day
San Jose's Norman Y. Mineta International Airport (SJC) released statistics Friday about ridership in 2017 and a preview of additional flights coming this year.
Caltrans released an assessment detailing the vulnerability of the Bay Area's highway and transportation infrastructure to the hazards of climate change.
A dead whale that washed ashore at Point Reyes National Seashore on Christmas Eve does not appear to have died from a collision with a ship.
A shooting on eastbound state Highway 4 near Somersville Road on Friday night left one man with non-life threatening injuries.
Several dozen local governments have filed lawsuits to challenge the state's environmental review of its plan to build tunnels to divert water from the Delta.
Bay Area fishermen struggling to recover from several difficult years are urging residents to demand local, wild caught fish
Hazardous materials crews have finished cleaning up a mercury spill that was discovered Monday morning on a street in Antioch.
Officers are investigating a shooting at an Antioch apartment complex that killed one man and wounded another.
A baby girl who was reported as possibly drowning in Antioch Tuesday afternoon has been pronounced dead.
Four female students at the University of California at Berkeley are believed to have been drugged at two different fraternities.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced a revised plan to build large tunnels to pump water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Three-quarters of California precipitation falls up north. Three-quarters is consumed down south.
The state and environmental groups can't agree on the long-term impact of huge Delta tunnels.
The State has a $17 billion plan to shore up the aging flood-control system, hopefully before disaster strikes.