Oakland Man Charged In Fatal Shooting Of Couple Found Dead In Car Last MonthAn Oakland man has been charged with special circumstances murder for allegedly fatally shooting a couple planning to attend a music festival during a robbery in East Oakland last month.
BART Service Resumes In Berkeley, Man Suspected Of Walking On Tracks In CustodyBART police have taken a man into custody after he was allegedly walking on the tracks in Berkeley, stopping trains between the North Berkeley and Downtown Berkeley stations.
Generators Will Keep Caldecott Tunnel Open During Power OutageWorking overnight, Caltrans crews were able to install four portable generators at the Caldecott Tunnel, allowing the vital commuter link to remain open during Pacific Gas & Electric's Public Safety Power Shutdown.
East Bay Residents Scramble To Prepare For Life Without Power During PG&E OutagesAt the Costco on Monument Boulevard in Concord, gas lines were wrapping around the block for the chance to fuel up before the lights potentially go out.
KPIX 5 Reporter Gets Early Preview Of What PG&E Power Outage Will Be LikeThe threat of long-term outages is hitting places that don’t usually expect it, like in Contra Costa County, where people are just beginning to imagine what it will mean when the power goes out.
Gov. Newsom Signs Tougher Renter Protection BillGov. Gavin Newsom signed a tough renter protection bill at a ceremony in Oakland on Tuesday where he was surrounded by legislative leaders and cheered by housing advocates.
Crews Contain Homeless Encampment Fire In OaklandOakland firefighters contained a fire at a homeless encampment Tuesday afternoon, fire officials said.
UC Berkeley, Several Other Bay Area Schools Cancel Wednesday ClassesThe threat of a PG&E power outage led UC Berkeley officials to announce early Tuesday evening that classes were canceled for Wednesday.
Chowchilla Bus Kidnapper Frederick Woods Denied Parole AgainCalifornia officials have again rejected parole for the last of three men convicted of hijacking a school bus full of children more than four decades ago.
Lafayette Residents Brace For Possible PG&E Power ShutdownPeople all around the Bay Area on Tuesday were waiting for official word from PG&E about whether they will be in the dark Wednesday morning.
Walnut Creek Breaks Ground On Transit Village, 600 Apartments Near BARTConstruction crews in Walnut Creek broke ground Monday on the first phase of a transit village.
Oakland Apartment Construction Site Arsonist Gets 5 Years In PrisonA man convicted of arson in a fire at a construction site in Oakland has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Dealer In Illegal Gun Operation Sentenced To 8 Years In PrisonAn Oakland man who helped run an illegal pipeline of guns from Nevada to the Bay Area has been sentenced to eight years in prison, federal prosecutors announced late Monday.
5 Detained At Pittsburg/Bay Point BART Station After Reports Of Shots FiredPolice activity due to reports of shots fired at the Pittsburg/Bay Point BART station caused a major delay on the system Monday evening, BART officials said.
Berkeley Elementary School Deemed At Risk During Major EarthquakeParents of schoolchildren at a Berkeley elementary school are uneasy following a report indicating the school may be unsafe during a major earthquake.