Hurricane Oho South Of Hawaii Swirls Toward Pacific NorthwestIn what is being dubbed "a record season of storms in the Central Pacific," Hurricane Oho is the 7th storm to develop in the Pacific Ocean.
Body Found In Lake Del Valle Where Salesforce Employee DisappearedA fisherman found a body floating in Lake Del Valle where crews have been searching since Friday for a missing Salesforce employee who was lost when his boat capsized.
Popular Soul Singer Robbed At Gunpoint While Filming Music Video In OaklandA well-known soul singer and his team were robbed at gunpoint in Oakland Monday, leading to the arrest of two suspects after they crashed their alleged getaway vehicle and attempted to flee on foot.
Pandora Says It Will Buy Ticketfly For $450MStreaming music company Pandora says it will buy Ticketfly for $450 million in a move that takes the company beyond music sharing and into ticket sales and marketing.
Concord City Attorney Dies After Apparently Jumping From Parking GarageConcord City Attorney Mark Coon died Tuesday morning after he apparently jumped from the third floor of a parking garage in downtown Walnut Creek.
Drought Leads To Smaller California Pumpkins, More Shipments From OregonYou may not be able to find "The Great Pumpkin" this year from California -- and you can blame it on the drought.
DMV Employee Files Grievance Over Agency's Strict 'Potty Policy'A Sacramento DMV office is setting strict limits on employee bathroom breaks and even docking workers' pay if the they take too long.
Menlo Park Library Closed Due To Bedbug DiscoveryThe Menlo Park Library will be closed Wednesday after the Tuesday discovery of a bedbug in the public seating area.
Marin County Breast Cancer Rates Drop More Than 30 PercentFewer women in Marin County are getting breast cancer and dying from it now than ever before.
Mill Valley Man's Tree Cutting Attempt Goes Wrong, Neighbors EvacuatedA Mill Valley man’s attempt to cut down a tree went horribly wrong Tuesday, prompting the evacuation of some of his neighbors.
Guns, Ammo Sell Like Hot Cakes Before Last San Francisco Gun Shop Closes Its DoorsCustomers are rushing to scoop up discounted firearms from San Francisco’s last gun store before it closes its doors at the end of the month in protest of a proposal to videotape gun sales in the city.
SFMTA: Tech Bus Program Leading To Fewer Muni Conflicts, Taking Cars Off RoadsPrivate shuttle buses caused fewer conflicts with Muni buses and took cars off the street during a pilot regulation program set to end early next year, according to a report released by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency this week.