All News KCBS
In a major step to improve low staffing levels, on Friday the Oakland Police Department graduated its first academy since 2008.
The City Of San Jose launched a major push on Friday to improve downtown by filling up the area’s empty storefronts.
United Airlines announced on Friday a new 10-year lease extension contract with the San Francisco International Airport to keep its maintenance base open.
Millions of Californians have already benefited from the Affordable Care Act, popularly known as Obamacare, according to a report released on Thursday from Health Access—a consumer non-profit group.
Road Crews will prepare the Golden Gate Bridge this weekend for the switch to the all-electronic tolls going into effect on Wednesday. There will be many changes that commuters will have to adjust to.
The teen becomes San Jose’s 38th homicide of the year, and the fifth killing in that specific area of San Jose in less than two weeks.
The San Jose City Council has started studying a pension reform proposal from 5 of its unions. The concessions would save the city almost a half-million dollars over 5 years.
Whether it is due to high gas prices, freeway congestion or something else, the Capitol Corridor train from San Jose to Placer County is more popular than ever before, according to new figures from Amtrak California.
Police were interviewing witnesses and looking for more in the fatal shooting Saturday of a Hells Angels member at the funeral for the head of the San Jose Hells Angels, but were tight-lipped about details in the case.
A significant detour is being put into place later this year to accommodate the ongoing construction project along Doyle Drive, one of the key approaches to the Golden Gate Bridge.