Torso Found Off Benicia Shoreline In 1979 Identified As Missing Yolo County WomanA torso found off the Benicia shoreline in 1979 was identified as a Woodland woman who went missing from her home in the middle of the night.
Motorcyclist Killed In Morning Collision With Car In Santa RosaA motorcyclist died Thursday morning after crashing into a car in Santa Rosa.
Arrests Made In San Rafael Carjacking; Man Wrongly Pulled Over Files ClaimTwo people have been arrested in connection with an August carjacking in San Rafael that led to controversy when police pulled over a postman who is Black at gunpoint, prompting the man to file a claim against the city.
Viral Video Highlights Emotional Impact of Wildfires on Firefighter FamiliesAll the fires across California this year has put a strain on firefighters and their families across the state.
Judge Denies Becerra’s Request to Expedite Lawsuit Over GOP Ballot BoxesA Sacramento judge denied California Attorney General Xavier Becerra's request Wednesday to expedite a lawsuit brought against the California GOP over their unofficial ballot boxes.
Marin County Meth Dealer Gets 10 Years After Task Force InvestigationA two-year investigation by the Marin County Major Crimes Task Force resulted in a convicted methamphetamine being sentenced to 10 years in prison on Tuesday, according to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office.
Reopening: Napa County Enters Orange Tier, Wineries Can Resume Indoor OperationsNapa County became the latest in the Bay Area and the first in the North Bay to enter the Orange Tier under the state's reopening plan.
Firefighters Gain 100 Percent Containment Of Glass FireCal Fire officials announced 100 percent containment of the Glass Fire Tuesday -- a blaze that roared through 67,484 acres in Sonoma and Napa counties, destroying 642 homes and laying to waste 365 commercial buildings, including nearly two dozen wineries.
PG&E Warns Of Possible New Public Safety Power Shutoffs This WeekPacific Gas and Electric is alerting of possible new Public Safety Power Shutoffs this week in the Bay Area and Northern California.
Red Flag Warning Issued For Fire-Weary North Bay - 'Winds Whipping Back Up'A Red Flag Warning has been issued for fire-weary North Bay communities on Monday, as forecasters predict bursts of gusty offshore winds, along with continued dry conditions.
Revelation of Prior Crimes Upends Vallejo Mayoral RaceTwo weeks before election day, the race for mayor in the city of Vallejo is in an uproar as shocking allegations about domestic abuse have surfaced regarding one of the leading candidates.
Gusty Off-Shore Winds, Bone-Dry Hillsides Trigger Fire Weather Watch; Coleman Fire Grows To More Than 500 AcresWhile temperatures have dropped from last week's record-setting heat wave, a high pressure system was stalled over Nevada Monday, stirring up gusty off-shore winds that combined with plunging humidity levels and tinder-dry hillsides to trigger a Fire Weather Watch until Wednesday, forecasters said.
Untrained PG&E Employees Bungled 2019 Power Blackouts, Report FindsAmong hundreds of people in 2019 who handled the public safety power blackouts at PG&E’s emergency operations center, only a handful had any training in the disaster response playbook that California has used for a generation.
Facing Soaring Demand for Services, SF - Marin Food Bank Calls for VolunteersThe San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is putting out an urgent call for people to help distribute food to a growing number of people who depend on the service.
Vallejo Police Investigate Overnight Fatal Shooting Homicide detectives were investigating an early Sunday morning shooting that claimed the life of a 28-year-old Vallejo man, authorities said.