East Bay Rapper Killed, 2 Injured In Richmond Drive-By ShootingA popular Richmond rapper was killed and two others injured in a shooting in Richmond's Iron Triangle neighborhood Friday, police said.
National Park Service Releases Point Reyes Plan; Limit To Size Of Tule Elk Herd; Allow Cattle RanchingThe National Park Service has released the final version of a report detailing how it wants to manage private ranching and tule elk herds in Point Reyes National Seashore and the north district of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
San Jose Officials Promise Crackdown on Illegal SideshowsSan Jose police and city leaders said Friday they've seen a significant rise in sideshows and street races in the past few months.
Walnut Creek Settles With Family of Police Shooting Victim Miles HallThe family of police-shooting victim Miles Hall and the city of Walnut Creek announced a $4 million settlement in their lawsuit.
Zillow: San Jose, San Francisco Home Prices Jump While Rental Market Continues To DropHome prices in the 50 largest markets in the U.S. have made the biggest monthly jump in seven years, with the biggest spike in the San Jose and San Francisco metro areas, according to the latest report from real estate database firm Zillow.
A's Beat Giants, Clinch Playoff Berth With Mariners' LossThe Oakland A's clinched their third straight playoff berth with Seattle's loss to San Diego and a 6-0 win against the Giants on Friday night, highlighted by Matt Olson's three-run homer.
Bay Area Politicians Pay Tribute To Supreme Court Justice GinsburgA number of Bay Area politicians reacted Friday evening to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing, posting tributes to the Supreme Court icon on social media.
Tourists Trickle Back To San Francisco As More Hotels, Restaurants Set To ReopenSan Francisco's world-famous Fairmont Hotel is now hosting guests after a six-month closure. The city also announced Friday that more openings might be on the way. Could it be enough to help the city turn the corner on the worst of the pandemic?
Hundreds Gather at Vigil for Ruth Bader Ginsburg in San Francisco Castro DistrictSeveral hundred people gathered at Harvey Milk Plaza in San Francisco Friday evening to honor U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died earlier in the day.

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National Park Service Releases Point Reyes Plan; Limit To Size Of Tule Elk Herd; Allow Cattle RanchingThe National Park Service has released the final version of a report detailing how it wants to manage private ranching and tule elk herds in Point Reyes National Seashore and the north district of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Navy Captain Says He Knowingly Risked Career With COVID-19 WarningThe dismissed captain of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier knew he was jeopardizing his military career when he broke protocol and sent a now-famous email warning of possible sailor deaths due to a coronavirus breakout on board.
3 Arrested After Park Police Discover Pot Grows in Sonoma, Napa County ParksLaw enforcement agents for California State Parks uncovered multiple illegal pot grows at Robert Louis Stevenson and Sugarloaf Ridge state parks over the summer, leading to the arrest of three Santa Rosa men.
New Spare The Air Alert Issued For Parts Of North And East Bay SaturdayOfficials with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District have issued a Spare the Air Alert for parts of the North and East Bay Saturday due to wildfire smoke.
Reopening: 'I Don't Think It's Surprising'; Sonoma Health Officials Trace 62 COVID Infections To Child Care Center Outbreaks Sonoma County Health Officer Dr. Sundari Mase says recent outbreaks of the coronavirus at 13 preschool and home-based child care centers in the county have led to 62 people testing positive for COVID-19.
Nearly 200 Golden Gate Bus, Ferry Operators Warned Of Possible Layoffs Amid Low COVID-19 RidershipMany workers who help run Golden Gate Transit buses and ferries between the North Bay and San Francisco could soon be out of a job.