Man Shot Multiple Times In San Francisco's Bernal Heights On New Year's DayA man was shot multiple times on New Year’s Day in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, police said.
First Bay Area Baby Of 2016 Born In Castro Valley At Stroke Of MidnightEdward, a baby boy, was born at the stroke of midnight at Eden Medical Center in Castro Valley.
New Year's Resolutions Come True in YosemiteAUDIO: Tom Stienstra gives travelers tips on getting the most out of Yosemite and Mariposa County during the holiday break...
Explore Yosemite's Winter WonderlandAUDIO: Tom Stienstra shares his favorite ways to experience Yosemite and Mariposa County this winter...
Ride Around Yosemite This FallAUDIO: Tom Stienstra encourages you to “refresh your point of view” this fall and explore Yosemite Valley by bicycle...
Give Thanks in YosemiteAUDIO: Tom Stienstra invites you to enjoy a world class holiday in gorgeous Yosemite Valley...
Capture the Changing Season in YosemiteAUDIO: Tom Stienstra shares his tips on capturing the wonders of Yosemite on film....
Where To Focus On Wellness In The New YearTenaya Lodge at Yosemite’s comprehensive Yosemite Wellness & Spa Retreat is just the thing to jumpstart a calm, fit and fantastic 2015.
WATCH: Astronauts Ring In The New Year 16 Times From SpaceAstronauts on board the International Space Station celebrated New Year's Day 16 times as it orbited the globe at 17,500 miles per hour.
Baby Girl Born At Midnight New Year's Day At California Pacific Medical Center In SFCalifornia Pacific Medical Center officials said Thursday a baby girl who appears to be the first child born in the Bay Area in 2015 has been named Fiona Liang.
San Jose Police Assign 2 Officers To Every Patrol Car In Response To Threats Of Attacks On CopsSan Jose police, in response to alerts about potential threats to police nationwide, have for the first time assigned two officers to patrol cars over New Year's Eve.
Controversial New Laws Go Into Effect For California On January 1stAs the Calendar turns, several new laws go into effect in California, including some that have been politically divisive in the Golden state.

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