Every indication is that Thursday will be the warmest day of the week around the Bay Area, with temperatures reaching above 100 in about 20 nearby cities.
The city of perpetual irreverence has again graced its population with a total joke: some geniuses have been co-opting ad placement posters around the city and replacing them with a parody of Apple’s “Shot With An iPhone 6″ ads.
Google will stop selling its Internet-connected eyewear to consumers until the company can develop a more polished and affordable version that’s less likely to be viewed as a freakish device.
Fog City lived up to its name Tuesday morning as daybreak revealed San Francisco covered up by ground-clinging clouds.
The FBI has confirmed it is investigating a recent hacking attack at Sony Pictures Entertainment, which caused major internal computer problems at the film studio last week.
A collection of never before seen photographs taken by the legendary Jim Marshall in the 1960’s was released Tuesday.
You rely on KCBS’ Ron Cervi to get you out of traffic headaches on Bay Area roads, but did you know he also snaps some of the most stunning photographs of the Bay Area from his perch in Sky1? Here are a few of our favorites from the last few weeks.
George Clooney and his new bride went to great lengths to keep their wedding day private from the public, even making guests leave their smartphones at home in exchange for ‘burner’ phones to avoid photo leaks.
U.S. Forest Service To Require News Media Buy Pricey Permits Before Taking Photos, Videos On Federal Lands
The U.S. Forest Service is finalizing new regulations that could change the landscape of media coverage of issues dealing with federally maintained wild land, requiring expensive permits before photography is allowed, and imposing hefty fines for news organizations that violate the process.
Lightning-fueled fires on the Oregon-California border earlier this month sent huge smoke clouds into the atmosphere above the Western United States, clouds that NASA captured on camera both from jets and via satellite.