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A vegetation fire burned next to Interstate Highway 580 east of Castro Valley and was approaching homes on the western edge of Dublin Monday before firefighters stopped forward progress.
On the one-year anniversary of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan after U.S. forces withdrew their mission in Kabul, a Bay Area refugee recalls his family's flight for freedom.
A homeowner who has lived at the same intersection in East San Jose for decades says cars have crashed onto his property at least 23 times. After all this time, he's still waiting for help from local officials to try and make the street in front of him less dangerous.
As students return to classrooms across the San Francisco Bay Area on Monday, they will be greeted by sweltering temperatures as a heat wave begins blanketing the region.
A shooting near Lake Merritt in Oakland left one person injured Monday afternoon.
The heat wave hitting the Bay Area early this week comes along with a new forecast on how hot days might stack up in a changing climate.
Almost all of the evacuation orders have been downgraded to warnings.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District issued a Spare the Air Alert for Tuesday due to smog and smoke impacts from fires burning in Northern California.
San Francisco health officials on Monday announced that residents at Laguna Honda will have their Medicare/Medicaid payments extended another two months to Nov. 13, delaying additional transfers and discharges.
It's a labor of love and back-to-school tradition for cancer survivor Dee Johnson. Every year, she brings smiles to the faces of Oakland school children during her annual backpack giveaway
The Pistahan Parade and Festival in San Francisco kicked off Saturday after a pandemic hiatus and a popular new movie that draws attention to Filipino culture.
As the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention drops many of the COVID restrictions, there are signs that life is almost back to normal. The Napa Valley Town and Country Fair makes its return after it took a two-year break due to the pandemic.
Nationwide, about half of all foster kids drop out of high school and fewer than 3% make it through four years of college. A Bay Area woman is helping reverse that trend in the lives of hundreds of Bay Area young people every year.
NFL Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott and his wife, Karen, started the Santa Clara-based nonprofit All Stars Helping Kids in 1989.