All Bay, All Day
A heat advisory is in effect for Sunday morning through Monday night for inland valleys in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for the Bay Area, and a fire weather warning is in effect for the East Bay hills through 9 p.m. today.
Police are seeking the public's assistance in locating an at-risk woman who is nine months pregnant that went missing this morning in San Francisco.
Cal/OSHA announced a $70,200 citation for an accident that critically injured a mechanic in June at California's Great America.
The public can take a dip in the water at Monterey Municipal Beach Thursday after elevated bacteria levels subsided.
Raccoons in parts of Santa Cruz County have tested positive for distemper, The Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter announced.
A large ficus tree fell near San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood Saturday morning.
San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi took the first step Friday toward housing transgender inmates according to their preferred gender.
A University of California at Berkeley with the measles rode on public transit and spent time on campus before diagnosed.
A property owner may be cited for code violations after fire officials found hazardous waste at an office building in Richmond.
A man was killed by an Amtrak train on Union Pacific Railroad tracks in Oakland this morning.
The San Jose City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a one-year pilot program for a drone to be used by police.
Valley Fever, also known as coccidioidomycosis, or cocci, is an illness caused by fungal spores that grow in the soil in parts of the Southwestern United States.
A Bay Area swimmer earlier this week attempting to swim from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Farallon Islands stopped just short of his goal on Wednesday.
Cal Water issued a boil water alert Sunday for customers in a portion of Los Altos.
Gov. Jerry Brown Tuesday signed a controversial bill eliminating personal belief exemptions from vaccination requirements for students.
The San Jose City Council has passed an ordinance that will ban the distribution of coupons for tobacco products.
Hundreds of wide-awake guests filled the Nourse Theatre Wednesday night to find out why getting proper sleep is so important.