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There have been multiple, brutal fights at San Francisco's Stonestown Galleria shopping center involving young people and the latest were recorded on cellphone video.
A chaotic scene unfolded on the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 near the Hammer Lane exit in Stockton on Sunday.
A man was shot and wounded on a Muni bus in San Francisco Sunday evening.
The Ole Miss Rebels delivered on their declaration to get defensive, stunning top-seeded Stanford 54-49 on Sunday night to reach the NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16 for the first time in 16 years.
A researcher at the University of Nevada, Reno has discovered evidence that the plastic pollution problem may be more widespread than previously believed.
The San Joaquin River has reached flood stage in one area of San Joaquin County, causing local residents to evacuate
UConn pulled away from Saint Mary's for a 70-55 win on Sunday that put the Huskies in the Sweet 16 for the first time in nine years.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom's latest plan for the state's homelessness crisis asks voters to fund a major expansion of housing and treatment for residents suffering from mental illness and addiction.
The brazen daylight armed robbery of a jewelry store at the upscale City Center Bishop Ranch shopping center in San Ramon has left local residents and shop owners shaken.
A ceremony was held Saturday in Vallejo to recognize women veterans and encourage them to speak out about their service.
Among the more than 4,200 wineries in California, only 14% reported a woman as their lead winemaker, according to a recent study. But women are making huge strides in the wine industry, including one out of Healdsburg.
Happening now at Marin Theater Company in Mill Valley, a world premiere of "JUSTICE: A New Musical" highlighting three iconic women, first women to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.
As ordering through QR codes at restaurants, added service fees, and shorter menus become the norm when dining out, small independent restaurants are facing enormous challenges to keep customers satisfied.
A group of medical professionals from the Bay Area took some time out of their normally busy schedules to see a flood of patients over the course of a week-long medical mission in El Salvador.