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Skies have been clear for more than a week, but dozens of families evacuated from their flooded apartment building on New Year's Eve still can't go home.
An empty Santa Rosa commercial building, frequented by squatters, was engulfed by a massive fire Saturday night that could be seen from a mile away.
A San Francisco man was taken into custody on DUI charges Saturday afternoon after he allegedly struck a pedestrian near the IKEA store in Emeryville.
A Santa Cruz County roadway that was closed after it was washed out significantly by the series of atmospheric river storms earlier this month has reopened to one-way reversible traffic.
Investigators follow a digital trail of text messages from the watch of Ole Miss student Ally Kostial.
Two armed robbery suspects out of South San Francisco remain on the loose late Saturday night, more than a day after they robbed a business at gunpoint and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Jalen Hurts and Brock Purdy could be primed for a shootout in the NFC championship game.
Winning numbers were drawn in Saturday night's Powerball with an estimated $572 million jackpot.
After recent tragedies involving both the Asian American and Black communities, an event in San Francisco's Bayview District Saturday aimed to bring the two groups together.
A Bay Area nonprofit is providing a new form of reentry housing for recently released inmates designed to make the transition from prison to life outside a little less daunting.
A Sebastopol couple's fight against drug addiction is personal, and they are channeling their own family's grief into helping others avoid the same fate.
Human trafficking happens every day in neighborhoods across the state and it goes barely noticed.
The flood of storms that hit the Bay Area these last few weeks have left their mark on our roads, rivers and fields. The agricultural community in areas like Half Moon Bay and Pescadero are having to adjust, leaving many farm workers out of work.
An estimated 40 million American small business employees don't feel like they have enough resources to deal with on-the-job harassment, discrimination, or other serious issues.