Keep your hiking boots high and tight this summer because California is crawling with snakes.
Heard of The Little Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe? How about The Two Little Gulls Who Lived On A Cannon?
For four days in May, rally car driver Ken Block turned San Francisco into a personal rally racing course.
22-year-old James Anthony Horn isn't going to be able to order a side of bacon from here on out without getting made fun of.
Get out of The City's real estate rat race by picking up this SF Bay island for a cool $5 million.
They are young. They are weak. And they are walking up to people on local beaches for help.
Soon, relieved parents and toddlers will ride Muni with ease, while Caltrain riders will know how long to wait.
The FBI is investigating two incidents in which a laser light was shined into the cockpit of planes approaching SFO.
Police removed several people from an unlicensed care facility for the mentally ill in San Jose, while charging five with abuse and neglect.
50 years ago, a husband and wife opened up a bakery in The Mission. Today, under new ownership, it's still going strong.
On death row at San Quentin since 2005, Scott Peterson is now asking the California Supreme Court to reverse his sentence.
The Giants close out the first-half in Pittsburgh and could use some positive mojo heading into the break.
A step up from couch-surfing, Bay Area hacker hostel Chez JJ provides a roof, bunk bed, and laptop power outlet for these aspiring entrepreneurs.
After criticism from residents, the Berkeley and Albany police departments said they would no longer be pursuing a grant to buy an armored car.
Fourth of July revelers left Fort Mason's Great Meadow unabashedly trashed last night.
A man who beat a priest he said sexually assaulted him and his brother in the 1970s has been acquitted of felony assault and elder abuse.
The acting head of Mendocino County's legal department just got a court date of his own.
The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges handed City College a staggering verdict on Tuesday.
An anti-bullying program in place at Marin schools won an international award for their unique and successful approach.
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