San Jose has seen a record number of pedestrian fatalities this year. There have been 20 in 2011, compared with just seven last year.
A man driving a motor home in South Santa Clara County has become the eleventh traffic fatality in the area within the past two weeks.
In his travels About the Bay, KCBS’ Mike Sugerman looks at whether bicyclists in San Francisco are obeying the rules, this after a fatal accident that took the life of a pedestrian last month.
Yosemite National Park has recorded its first two accidental deaths of the year, as two hikers died at the park in unrelated incidents last Friday.
Sheets of rain greeted many Bay Area commuters Wednesday morning, along with high wind advisories on bridges, and even some mudslides in the Santa Cruz Mountains where Caltrans used snow plows to push the mud off of the road.
The Bay Area began to dry out Wednesday morning after a night of wind and rain that left thousands of people without power.
It’s a mixed bag when it comes to the latest numbers involving pedestrian traffic accidents in San Francisco. That’s because the mishaps may be fewer, but they have been more deadly.
The unusually warm September weather has more and more commuters taking their motorcycles to work.