There is help on the way for anyone who has to wear glasses every time they look at a computer, or a phone. There is now some very smart software that could make things crystal clear.
A longtime Concord elementary school teacher testified in a Martinez courtroom Wednesday that he never inappropriately addressed or touched any of his students, despite the numerous child molestation charges against him.
The former owner of a Vallejo auto body shop was sentenced this month for automobile insurance fraud, the California Department of Insurance said Wednesday.
Stuck in Bay Area traffic with a baby on the way, a panicked soon-to-be father pulled over and delivered his own child on the side of a Sonoma County highway.
A fire in the basement of an Oakland glass factory Wednesday afternoon might have been fueled by a gas leak.
A man was stabbed before officers broke up a fight in the city’s South of Market neighborhood Wednesday afternoon.
A contract for San Francisco Municipal Railway vehicle operators was unanimously approved by the city’s Municipal Transportation Agency Wednesday afternoon.
Larry Magid: San Jose Domestic Violence Prevention Summit Deals With Stalking & Trafficking Through Technology
Our technology analyst reports from a domestic violence prevention conference in San Jose where the focus has been on issues dealing with map apps and geo-location playing into stalking and trafficking.
Members of Berkley’s homeless population say they are upset that the city routinely forces them out of makeshift encampments only to relocate and then get kicked out again.
The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday asked the public for help in finding an at-risk Watsonville man who was reported missing after being released from a behavioral health clinic.
Scenes we saw along Market Street at the 44th Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco