3rd Of 3 Suspects In August Stabbing At Campbell Gas Station ArrestedPolice have arrested the third of three people suspected of being involved in an August gang-related stabbing in Campbell.
Storm Front Kicks Up Massive Waves; Deadly 'Sneaker Waves' PossibleLocal big wave surfers flocked to Mavericks Friday as a storm front passing north of the San Francisco Bay Area kicked up waves topping 22 feet.
Man Jailed After Trying To Make Citizen's Arrest Of Martinez Mayor Rob SchroderA man who tried to make a citizen's arrest of the mayor of Martinez was arrested on suspicion of battery Thursday afternoon after a tussle with officers, police said.
'Size And Quantity Don't Matter'; Oakland Pride Powering McClymonds Prep Football Title HopesOakland's McClymonds High School may be facing a much larger school in Saturday's CIF 2-A state football final, but no one can match their team's heart.
Napa Bar Fight Ends In Gunfire; 2 WoundedA dispute inside a downtown Napa bar early Friday ended in gunfire that left two men hospitalized with gunshot wounds, authorities said.
Student Detained For Making Online Threats Against Palo Alto's Gunn HighA 17-year-old student has been detained in connection with online threats made about a school shooting at Henry M. Gunn High School, Palo Alto police announced Friday.
Cal Fire Crews Clearing Santa Cruz Mountain Forests To Prevent WildfiresBuzzing chainsaws are interrupted by the frequent crash of breaking branches as crews fell towering trees and clear tangled brush in the densely forested Santa Cruz Mountains.
Man Killed In Early Morning San Jose Shooting; Police Search Neighborhood For SuspectA man was dead and a neighborhood cordoned and search early Friday, following San Jose's 32nd homicide of the year, authorities said.
San Jose Sharks Begin Search For New CoachFlying back home from a winless road trip, general manager Doug Wilson could feel the same lack of energy and excitement that had plagued the San Jose Sharks on the ice too often this season.

San Francisco & Peninsula News

San Francisco Police Identify Teenage Jane Doe In 1976 Cold-Case HomicidePolice in San Francisco announced Thursday evening that the department's Homicide Cold Case Unit and the SFPD Missing Persons Unit have identified the previously unknown 14-year-old female victim in a 1976 cold case homicide. 
Overheated Battery At Mountain View Robotics Company Prompts Hazmat IncidentFive people were hospitalized Thursday after a hazardous materials response to a robotics company in Mountain View, fire department officials said.
Massive San Francisco Fencing Operation Busted; More Than $2.5 Million In Stolen Loot RecoveredA massive fencing operation, including a chop shop to dismantle stolen electronic equipment, has been busted in San Francisco and more than $2 million of stolen loot recovered, officials announced Thursday.
Former SFO Customs Agent Sentenced For Secret Sex RecordingsA former U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agent who worked at San Francisco International Airport will spend one year in jail for secretly video recording himself having sex with a woman, prosecutors said.
San Carlos Parking Spot Dispute Ends With Assault And Hit-And-Run ChargesA 70-year-old San Carlos man has been arrested on felony assault and hit-and-run charges following a confrontation over an El Camino Real parking spot, authorities announced Thursday.
Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Nets Delayed Two YearsConstruction of a suicide prevention net at San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge is two years behind schedule because of problems with the lead contractor, officials said.

East Bay News

Fremont Home Invasion Robbery Suspect Taunts Police From RooftopA suspect in a violent home invasion robbery taunted Fremont police from the roof of a nearby building under construction Friday as officers attempted to lure him out of the structure.
Man Jailed After Trying To Make Citizen's Arrest Of Martinez Mayor Rob SchroderA man who tried to make a citizen's arrest of the mayor of Martinez was arrested on suspicion of battery Thursday afternoon after a tussle with officers, police said.
'Size And Quantity Don't Matter'; Oakland Pride Powering McClymonds Prep Football Title HopesOakland's McClymonds High School may be facing a much larger school in Saturday's CIF 2-A state football final, but no one can match their team's heart.
New USGS Seismic Hazard Map Shows Increased Risks in East Bay, San JoseSeismologists are extremely concerned about areas of Concord, Walnut Creek and San Jose. The USGS increased shaking estimates by up to 25 percent in the East Bay since the last estimate five years ago.
Vallejo Foots $500,000 Bill To Remove And Demolish WWII VesselFor nearly three years the city of Vallejo has been trying to get rid of an unwanted, abandoned boat moored at its marina. While the boat is finally gone, it cost the city a lot of money and cost one man his dream.
Donations Sparse For Richmond Fire Department's Annual Holiday Toy DriveDue to a donation shortage in the Richmond Fire Department's annual holiday toy drive, this could first year ever that the department can't donate to each family that's made a request for help.

North Bay News

Napa Bar Fight Ends In Gunfire; 2 WoundedA dispute inside a downtown Napa bar early Friday ended in gunfire that left two men hospitalized with gunshot wounds, authorities said.
Recovery Fund Allows Wildfire Victims To Share PG&E Settlement Money With Those Facing Greater NeedNorth Bay wildfire victims approaching a deadline to apply for Pacific Gas and Electric settlement funds are getting a boost from a new tool to help them on their road to recovery.
Santa Rosa Man Wounded During Early Morning Balcony Gunfight With IntruderA 27-year-old Santa Rosa man was shot several times early Thursday when he exchanged gunfire with an armed robbery suspect who was allegedly attempting to break into his apartment.
Growing Homeless Population In Santa Rosa Putting Strain On Emergency RoomsWith two massive wildfires, skyrocketing housing costs and, now, a growing homeless problem in Sonoma County, some people are reaching their breaking point. When they do, many of them end up in hospital emergency rooms.
Napa DA Says Officer Not Criminally Liable In 2018 Fatal ShootingNapa County District Attorney Allison Haley said Tuesday that a Napa police officer is not criminally liable for the fatal shooting of a man in Napa a year ago.
Santa Rosa Man Sentenced For Vicious Inmate Assault and Torching County JailA Santa Rosa man has been sentenced to more than 35 years in prison for a Sonoma County jailhouse crime spree that included the attempted murder of a fellow inmate and setting an arson fire that heavily damaged the facility's common area and sent several inmates to the hospital for smoke inhalation.