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Police in San Jose on Wednesday confirmed the recent arrest of a fifth suspect in connection with a pair of violent home invasion robberies committed in late May and early June.
The last of three men convicted of hijacking a school bus full of California children for an attempted $5 million ransom in 1976 is being released by the state's parole board.
A search for a burglary suspect after an alarm at a Santa Rosa residence was triggered Tuesday led police to arrest the homeowner when a large cache of cocaine, cash and firearms was found.
A San Jose church that defied safety regulations during the COVID-19 pandemic by holding large religious services won't have to pay about $200,000 in fines.
A crash involving a big rig and several other vehicles during Wednesday's morning commute forced all southbound lanes of Highway 680 in Martinez to be shut down.
Cal Fire teams were in the Santa Cruz Mountains late Wednesday morning, checking for possible brush fires after numerous lightning strikes were recorded in the tinder-dry timberland.
High heat advisories and excessive heat warnings will be in effect for inland parts of the Bay Area Tuesday, prompting some local agencies to set up cooling centers to help residents beat the heat.
Jason Alexander, the ex-husband of pop-star Britney Spears, was scheduled to make a court appearance in Napa County Wednesday after his arrest on grand theft and receiving of stolen property charges dating back to 2015.
Monterey Car week is back in full force this year, which means there will be no shortage of showstopping supercars to admire and potentially buy.
Officers were at Gilman Playground in San Francisco's Hunters Point neighborhood on a different kind of call on Tuesday. They were there to support and participate in a new program, "Batter Up, Guns Down."
As the Bay Area baked in the hot, summer sun Tuesday, some residents were working hard out in the dangerous heat.
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.