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Police in San Jose on Thursday confirmed the arrests of two suspects in the June 5th slaying of Safeway employee Manny Huizar at the store in the city's Willow Glen neighborhood.
A crash involving two small planes attempting to land at Watsonville Municipal Airport appears to have resulted in "multiple" fatalities, according to the city.
The buses bound for the Twin Cities left southwestern Minnesota at 6:30 a.m. sharp, carrying the biggest Trey Lance fans that San Francisco's young quarterback will ever meet.
Police in San Rafael are searching the south side of San Rafael Hill Thursday afternoon for a man suspected in an attempted sexual assault.
The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors has approved a $2.2 million settlement in the lawsuit brought by multiple prosecutors against the county and its District Attorney's Office.
The president of a Livermore-based rabbit rescue group says rabbits are coming in at "alarming rate," and the group needs help.
Nathaniel Lowe hit a three-run home run, Jonah Heim drove in two runs against his former team and the Texas Rangers beat the Oakland Athletics 10-3 on Thursday.
Two people were hospitalized following a fire at a home in Pacifica on Thursday afternoon, according to the North County Fire Authority.
Phoeun You, 48, sought a pardon from Gov. Gavin Newsom, which never came before his deportation.
Today, Richard "Big Rich" Bougere and Danielle Banks manage a busy household that includes a baby daughter, but a decade ago the native San Franciscans were nurturing hip hop careers. Then they noticed a terrible trend.
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.