Sharks Give Up 3 Goals In 3rd, Fall To Avs In ShutoutMikko Rantanen scored twice and had two assists as the Colorado Avalanche beat the San Jose Sharks 4-0 on Wednesday night.
Curry Scores 35, But Warriors Fall To Blazers After Late 3 By LillardDamian Lillard hit a deep 3-pointer with 13.7 seconds left to give the Portland Trail Blazers a hard-fought 108-106 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night.
Fremont Shooting Injures 1; Teen Arrested On Attempted Murder Charge After Hours-Long StandoffOne person suffered possible life-threatening injuries in a shooting in Fremont on Wednesday morning, and the subsequent investigation led to an hours-long standoff at a home in a different part of the city, according to police.
Neighbors Fighting Livermore Airport Expansion Plan Due To Potential Noise From 737sA proposed expansion at the Livermore Airport is causing concern among some people who live nearby who say this isn’t just a case of “not in my backyard.”
KPIX 5 Reporter Robbed At Gunpoint While Covering Car Break-Ins At San Francisco's Twin PeaksA KPIX 5 reporter investigating a series of auto break-ins around Twin Peaks in San Francisco was robbed of his camera at gunpoint Wednesday.
Basketball Star Jeremy Lin Speaks Out About Attacks On Asian Americans, Racism On CourtOn Wednesday night, former Golden State Warriors player Jeremy Lin spoke out about the recent attacks on Asian Americans and opened up about his personal experiences with racism on the court.
Police Find Explosive Device, Firearms In Home Of SF Man Who Allegedly Shot His CarAn apartment building was evacuated after police discovered an arsenal of firearms, ammunition and an explosive device inside the home of a San Francisco man suspected of aiming a gun at a tow truck driver and shooting his own car.
Oakland Looks At New Fire Department Division To Respond To Mental Health Calls Instead Of PoliceSoon, civilians with the Oakland Fire Department may respond to mental health crises instead of police.
Bill Would Require California Retailers To Have Gender-Neutral Sections; Violators Face FinesRetail stores in California may be required to maintain gender-neutral sections for clothes, toys and childcare articles under a new proposal from a Bay Area lawmaker.

San Francisco & Peninsula News

KPIX 5 Reporter Robbed At Gunpoint While Covering Car Break-Ins At San Francisco's Twin PeaksA KPIX 5 reporter investigating a series of auto break-ins around Twin Peaks in San Francisco was robbed of his camera at gunpoint Wednesday.
Police Find Explosive Device, Firearms In Home Of SF Man Who Allegedly Shot His CarAn apartment building was evacuated after police discovered an arsenal of firearms, ammunition and an explosive device inside the home of a San Francisco man suspected of aiming a gun at a tow truck driver and shooting his own car.
COVID: San Francisco Bar, Restaurant Owners Cautiously Optimistic About Move To Red TierWith San Francisco returning to the state's Red Tier Wednesday, the city's service industry has more flexibility and many business owners are feeling more confident.
San Francisco Teachers Turned Away From COVID-19 Vaccinations Over Lack Of Access CodesSan Francisco teachers hoping to get a COVID-19 vaccine shot at the city's Moscone Center mass vaccination site were turned away Tuesday because they had not been provided an access code to receive a dose.
UPDATE: Ferris Wheel to Stay in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park Through 2025Officials with the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced Wednesday that the SkyStar Wheel will be allowed to stay in Golden Gate Park until 2025.
COVID: San Francisco Restaurants, Museums Ready For Indoor Red Tier ReopeningWith three more Bay Area counties moving into the Red Tier Wednesday, many local businesses are moving ahead with plans to welcome people back indoors.

East Bay News

Fremont Shooting Injures 1; Teen Arrested On Attempted Murder Charge After Hours-Long StandoffOne person suffered possible life-threatening injuries in a shooting in Fremont on Wednesday morning, and the subsequent investigation led to an hours-long standoff at a home in a different part of the city, according to police.
Neighbors Fighting Livermore Airport Expansion Plan Due To Potential Noise From 737sA proposed expansion at the Livermore Airport is causing concern among some people who live nearby who say this isn’t just a case of “not in my backyard.”
Oakland Looks At New Fire Department Division To Respond To Mental Health Calls Instead Of PoliceSoon, civilians with the Oakland Fire Department may respond to mental health crises instead of police.
COVID Vaccines: 168,000 Doses Distributed At Mass Vaccination Sites In Oakland, Los AngelesThe mass coronavirus vaccination sites in Oakland and Los Angeles have administered first vaccine doses to more than 168,000 state residents in their first two weeks, according to state and federal officials.
COVID Vaccine Mobile 'Strike Teams' Take Doses To Hard-To-Reach Seniors Of CoCo CountyContra Costa County has established mobile “strike teams” to take COVID vaccines to elderly residents who lack transportation and the results have been remarkable.
UPDATE: Antioch Police Deny Officers Kneeled on Neck of Navy Vet During ArrestPolice officials in Antioch on Tuesday denied that officers kneeled on the neck of a man who died after being taken into custody late last year.

North Bay News

Caught On Camera: Petaluma Credit Card Theft Suspects Go On Shopping SpreeA woman and a man were being sought after being caught on camera using stolen credit cards at businesses in Petaluma, police said Wednesday.
Suspect Arrested In November Vallejo Murder Of Adrienne FlorezA 31-year-old man has been arrested in the November murder of Adrienne Florez, a transient who was found shot to death in a South Vallejo neighborhood near the Napa River.
Federal Judge Bars Sausalito From Clearing Homeless Encampment In Dunphy ParkOn Monday, U.S. District Judge Edward Chen blocked the city from breaking up the Dunphy Park homeless encampment.
COVID Reopening: Napa County Indoor Dining Can Resume With Red Tier Move; Wineries Continue Outdoor-OnlyNapa County re-entered the state's COVID-19 Red Tier on Tuesday, allowing for the return of indoor dining and several other sectors, but the county's famed wineries must continue outdoor operations.
COVID: Healdsburg Family Leaving California On Cross-Country Trip In Search Of New Home With the pandemic bringing normal life to a halt, a growing number of people are moving out of the Bay Area and California in general. Monday morning, one Healdsburg family joined the exodus, but they’ve decided to make their move the trip of a lifetime.
Stinson Beach Project Receives State Grant For Adapting To Rising SeaCalifornia is helping Marin County in its efforts to protect Stinson Beach from rising ocean levels, which county officials said could rise up to 10 feet by 2100.