he Friday evening commute was a little longer than usual for many Bay Area commuters, with would-be BART riders scrambling for alternate forms of transportation to get to and from work due to the BART strike.
Several signs have cropped up on Bay Area highways, telling drivers that drones are enforcing speed limits. The California Highway Patrol told KPIX 5 the signs are fakes and that they do not have drones.
The connector ramp from northbound U.S. Highway 101 to eastbound state Highway 37 in Marin County has been closed by a fatal collision.
A big rig driver was killed by injuries he sustained when his truck drove off of state Highway 37 in Vallejo Thursday morning, resulting in a fiery crash that shut down freeway traffic in the area.
A pilot accused of buzzing cars by drunkenly flying low over state Highway 37 on Jan. 3 was charged Tuesday in Sonoma County Superior Court with reckless flying in another incident 25 days later.
Eastbound state Highway 37 was closed for more than two and a half hours Wednesday morning after a series of crashes near state Highway 121, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Firefighters from Vallejo and beyond responded to a Sunday morning four-alarm fire near Vallejo that destroyed a navy shipyard building. Commuters reported seeing smoke from several miles away.
A pilot was arrested in Sonoma County on suspicion of flying while intoxicated Tuesday afternoon, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Firefighters extinguished a fast-moving three-alarm grass fire in north Vallejo on Thursday, according to a fire official. No structures were damaged and no injuries were reported.
A San Francisco woman owes her life to two men who pulled her out of her burning SUV in Napa County on Saturday, a California Highway Patrol spokesman said Monday.