FBI Renews Search For California Serial Killer; $50K Reward In Cold CaseAuthorities announced a $50,000 reward Wednesday as they renewed their search for an elusive serial killer they say committed at least 12 homicides, 45 rapes and dozens of burglaries across California in the 1970s and 1980s.
Three Local Beaches Among State's Most PollutedThree Northern California beaches have been ranked among the most polluted in the state with a Santa Clara beach topping the list, an environmental group reported Thursday.
2016's Crop Far From Ordinary For California's Pot FarmersIn Mendocino county, Spring means uncertainty. Uncertainty in the weather, the plants, and the politics of the plants.
Don Henley On Tour Summer 2016 With Northern California StopsLook forward to see Henley perform in the Bay Area in July 2016...
Fishermen Gear Up For Late Dungeness Crab Season StartAfter an unprecedented delay in the season caused by a toxic algae plume, Northern California crab fisherman began stacking gear on their boats Monday in anticipation for a mad dash to the Dungeness crab fishing grounds.
Fewer Salmon Than Usual Swimming Off Northern California Coast; Drought Likely To BlameThere are fewer salmon than usual swimming in the ocean off of Northern California and that could impact the fishing season this summer.
El Niño Roars Back To Life; March Miracle In The MakingA series of weather fronts continued their march in the Pacific toward the Bay Area Tuesday, carrying with them driving rain showers, high winds and several feet of snow for the Sierra ski resorts.
FBI Searches For ‘Hefty Heister’ Serial Bank RobberThe FBI sought the public’s help Friday in identifying a bank robbery suspect nicknamed the ‘Hefty Heister’ in connection with eight bank robberies in seven Northern California cities.
Mother Nature Delivers Another PunchThe latest in a series of storms churned to life in the Pacific rolled through the Bay Area early Wednesday, dumping nearly an inch of rain in Wine Country.
Big Waves Pound Northern California CoastlineA pounding surf, churned to life by a series of El Nino storms, battered the Northern California coast line Thursday, triggering a high surf warning from the National Weather Service.
Toxic Algae Fears Force Delay Of Recreational Crab SeasonState officials delayed the start of the recreational crab fishing season by six months Thursday over concerns sparked by the discovery of dangerous levels of a neurotoxin in crabs caught in Northern California waters.
‘Trimmigrants’ Flock To Northern California’s Marijuana HarvestHarvest season for the state's number one cash crop: Marijuana. Migrant workers from all over the world are flocking to Northern California to find work.