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A vegetation fire was burning Tuesday afternoon east of Petaluma near the community of Lakeville in Sonoma County.
A former Twitter employee has been convicted of failing to register as an agent for Saudi Arabia and other charges after accessing private data on users critical of the kingdom's government.
A federal judge in the Bay Area has ruled three golfers who joined Saudi-backed LIV Golf will not be able to compete in the PGA Tour's postseason.
A man suspected of stealing catalytic converters from an RV storage lot in Mountain View late Monday night was arrested after he was found in a nearby creek, police said.
A Nebraska mother and her teenage daughter are facing criminal charges following the teen's abortion in April in a case where police obtained their Facebook messages about the abortion through a search warrant, according to published reports.
Crews in Sonoma County were able to extinguish a garbage fire in Windsor Tuesday after a truck had to dump its burning load by a park.
Santa Clara County Vector Control District crews this week will be spraying part of Cupertino after finding mosquitoes that tested positive for West Nile virus there, district officials said Tuesday.
Using the latest advances in DNA technology, Sunnyvale cold case investigators announced Tuesday they have arrested a suspect in the September 1982 murder of 15-year-old Palo Alto High student Karen Stitt.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to speed up the state's transition to non-carbon electricity sources and accelerate its timeline for lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
NFL Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott and his wife, Karen, started the Santa Clara-based nonprofit All Stars Helping Kids in 1989.
A basketball player who grew up in the Bay Area is now using his skills and life experience to try and give local kids a leg up on and off the court.
Of the 79,201 residents of Pleasanton, only two are known as the Fix-It Guys: 80-year-old Rick Levesque and 95-year-old Phil Wire.
Sixty years ago, the Chan family came to the Bay Area and focused on creating good fortune. That fortune has become the heart of every cookie at The Golden Gate Cookie Company.
They say you can't outrun your past, but Markelle Taylor knows you can built a new future one stride at a time.