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Oakland police chief LeRonne Armstrong says a recently released report clears him from claims that he mishandled officer misconduct cases.
A shooting on East 18th Street in Oakland Sunday afternoon left one person dead and another injured, according to police.
San Mateo County firefighters rescued three people including an infant from rollover crash Sunday afternoon.
Downtown Lodi echoed with chants of "Justice for Enzo" as dozens marched to protest the death of a 2-year-old husky that died after a police officer tased and dragged him late last month.
On the first weekend of Black History Month, the Oakland chapter of Jack and Jill America sponsored an event to promote reading among African American young people.
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry will be out indefinitely after an injury Saturday tore ligaments and membranes in his left leg, according to the team.
Police in Stockton are investigating two separate overnight shootings that left two people dead and five wounded, authorities said.
A cold front moved inland Saturday night into Sunday morning that brought periods of heavy rain to the Bay Area, with more scattered showers expected through the day.
A winter storm warning remained in effect for Lake Tahoe and much of the Sierra through Sunday night as another storm packing up to two feet of snow made its way through the area.
Every year since 1958, women from all over the country come to San Francisco to compete in the Miss Chinatown USA Pageant during the city's Lunar New Year Celebrations. Contestants know the event is also an opportunity to showcase their heritage.
Along Willow Pass Road in Concord sits a parking structure beaming with a artistic celebration reflecting the Bay Area's Asian-American culture.
Curator Ashara Ekundayo's show at the Splash Gallery offers a recipe for survival and liberation. It's called, 'Salt to catch ghosts.'
At Le Balefon African Braiding Salon, in Berkeley, fast fingers transform individual strands of hair into long braids, in a matter of seconds. For owner, Fatoumata Bamba, braiding is community and community means caring.
A group of golden girls from the golden age of San Francisco's Chinatown still regularly takes to the stage to pay homage to their past.