Arrest In San Quentin Death Row Smuggling Attempt A 47-year-old Southern California woman has been arrested for attempting to smuggle drugs and cell phones to a condemned gang member on San Quentin’s Death Row.
Facebook Temporarily Went Offline And It's Unclear WhyThe social media network Facebook was down Friday afternoon.
Feds Propose Electronically Slowing Down Speeding Big Rigs It's an experience most drivers on I-5 know all too well -- a big rig truck roaring by, traveling in access of the posted speed limit.
Tracking Devices Reveal Mountain Lions Thriving In Santa Cruz MountainsA study of mountain lions in the Santa Cruz using tracking collars are revealing new findings on their behavior patterns.
E-40 Makes Generous Gift To His Vallejo Middle SchoolA Bay Area rap star on Tuesday made the start of the school year a little brighter for students at his Vallejo alma mater.
Parents Of NorCal Inmate Who Died After Pepper-Spraying Reach $750K Lawsuit SettlementThe parents of an inmate who died after being pepper-sprayed by prison guards have reached a $750,000 settlement with state and Amador County officials.
1 Person Injured By BB Gun Pellet Shot From Window In San JoseOne person was injured by a BB gun pellet shot from a window in San Jose Monday morning, a police spokesman said.
Obamacare Leads To More Insured Californians, Access To DrugsSeven out of 10 Californians who were uninsured prior to the launch of the Affordable Care Act now have health insurance, a new survey found.
2-Car Collision Leaves Vehicle On Its Side Near Downtown San JoseA two-car collision left one of the vehicles on its side just outside downtown San Jose Friday afternoon, a police spokesman said.
San Francisco-Bound Flight From Los Angeles Diverted Due To Smoke In CabinA United Airlines flight from Los Angeles to San Francisco was diverted to Santa Barbara after smoke was reported in the passenger cabin.
San Francisco Rental Growth Softens SignificantlyThe peak of the San Francisco rental insanity appears to be behind us.
San Francisco Murder Conviction Upheld Despite Claims Of False Testimony From PoliceA federal judge rejected a gang member's challenge to his murder conviction, despite a San Francisco police sergeant's false testimony.