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A town hall took the place of Thursday's scheduled police commission meeting in Oakland because three commissioners refused to show up.
The curtain is finally coming down on Netflix's once-iconic DVD-by-mail service.
Earth's changing climate is not just causing increasingly punishing droughts, intense wildfires, and extreme weather, it could disrupt the world's beer supply by as much as 16%. Now, California scientists are brewing up solutions to the dilemma.
A contractor died when a trench collapsed under a sidewalk in San Francisco's Lower Haight Thursday morning after a frantic, hours-long rescue effort.
A San Jose man is in jail on homicide and elder abuse charges in connection with the poisoning death of his mother and a brutal assault on his father, police said.
On the corner of 22nd Street and Valencia in San Francisco's Mission District, sits a nondescript utility box designed to control the flow of traffic. For Manuel Carmona it's blank canvas filled with possibilities.
Organizers of a campaign to recall Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price are preparing to gather signatures after their petition received approval from election officials.
While other parts of the country have met or exceeded pre-pandemic levels in the travel industry, San Jose has been slower to recover, a new report shows.
A scathing audit out Wednesday details financial mismanagement at Capitol Radio, an NPR station.
The 36th annual Pacific Coast Fog Fest begins Saturday, its second year back since the pandemic, at a critical time for small businesses that rely on major events to increase sales and keep them connected to the community.
This week marks the end of an era in Pleasanton as the popular breakfast spot, the Stable Cafe, is closing its doors for good.
Launched in 2019, "Eat. Learn. Play." has distributed 25 million meals, revitalized 12 play areas and allocated $6 million to literacy programs.
What would you do if you found $100? What about $1,000? What about much more than that?
Itohan Ediae and Qien Feng are getting ready to leave for their first year of college and they are taking a lot with them: excitement, nerves, and memories from what has become an extraordinary friendship.