Kohler CEO Replaces Wildfire Victim's Treasured Kitchen SinkA Santa Rosa woman rebuilding after losing her home in the North Bay wildfires, missed her stainless steel sink so much she wrote to the CEO of Kohler to find a replacement.
Measure To Increase Bay Area Bridge Tolls Passes; Some Find It UnfairA Bay Area-wide measure that would increase bridge tolls to help pay for transportation projects was passed Tuesday, but not every counties’ voters are happy the results.
Restaurant Beloved by Richmond Community Set to CloseAn Italian restaurant, whose owner has made her establishment a hub of community service, is about to shut down, another victim of soaring Bay Area rental rates.
UOP Releases Album to Benefit Students Affected by WildfiresA University of the Pacific music program is not only churning out new artists but providing relief to other students affected by the wine country wildfires.
San Francisco Resident Battles Plan To Axe Trees For Water Treatment ProjectThe water treatment plant in San Francisco's Bayview District will soon get a multi-billion dollar upgrade. But to do it, the city says some 20 trees along Evans Ave will have to be removed.
Space Alien Mystery Solved! Weird Photo Traced to Mime Troupe PromoRecently, the Library of Congress asked the public for help identifying a mysterious unlabeled photo of a woman being attacked by a space alien in an underground train station.
African Ostrich Species Fighting Extinction With Portable Hatcheries From Bay AreaA type of ostrich that is facing extinction in Africa is getting a boost from volunteers half a world away in an RV storage park in Novato.
Oakland McClymonds High School Football Star Lands Scholarship To UNLVAn East Bay high school student's hard work on the football field is paying off with a full ride scholarship to college.
New England, Philly Fans Huddle for Super Bowl Warmth at S.F. Watering HolesWhat's better than being an Eagles or Pats fan at the Super Bowl in Minneapolis? Why, being an Eagles or Pats fan in San Francisco, of course.
Stockton Mayor Touts Experimental Program That Pays Families $500 a MonthStockton plans to give several dozen families $500 a month for a year as part of a program to study the economic and social impacts of giving people a basic income.
Walnut Creek Tanning Salon Owner Seeks Armed Man Who Robbed His BusinessAn armed robber with an unusual weapon and a sweet tooth is on the run after clearing out the cash register at a Walnut Creek tanning salon, with the salon's owner on his tail.
Central Valley Farmers Fight Fears of Drought as Long Dry Spell Stretches Into New YearStockton usually gets about 3 1/3 inches of rain in December. Last month, the area only saw 0.05 of an inch.