Funny Gifts For Dad And Mom Under $50These gag gifts from Uncommon Goods, Amazon and more will make Mom and Dad laugh
UPDATE: Petaluma Police Arrest Suspect In Connection With Christmas Trash Bin FiresA suspect was arrested Tuesday in connection with two trash fires set in downtown Petaluma on Christmas Day, police said.
COVID Surge: Coronavirus Spread Likely To Worsen Due To Holiday Travel And GatheringThe spread of COVID in California is likely to increase this week as people travel and gather for holidays like Christmas and New Year's Eve, the state's Health and Human Services secretary said Tuesday.
Petaluma Police Seek Suspects In Suspicious Fires, Burglaries In Downtown Over ChristmasPolice in Petaluma are searching for suspects connected to suspicious dumpster fires and commercial burglaries in the city's downtown over the Christmas holiday.
Woman Killed In Fairfield Interstate 80 Crash On Christmas NightA 62-year-old Sacramento woman died after a crash on Christmas night on Interstate Highway 80 in Fairfield, the California Highway Patrol said Monday.
Bay Area COVID Roundup: Beleaguered Hospitals Prepare For Post-Holiday Surge; Stimulus Relief Checks Come To An End With a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 48 hours.
Holiday Lights Around the Bay Area Deliver Christmas CheerAround the Bay Area, holiday light installations -- both amateur and professional -- illuminate the night in the final days of an exceptionally dark year.
Bay Area Rain Dampens Parishioners but Not Spirits at Outdoor Christmas ServicesSome outdoor Christmas Day masses were canceled because of the rain but those that held services said it's a reflection of one thing the coronavirus pandemic has taught them: flexibility.
Bay Area COVID Roundup: Christians Worship Together On Christmas Eve; CDC to Require Negative COVID-19 Test for All UK-to-US TravelersWith a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
Online or In-Person, Bay Area Christians Worship Together on Christmas Eve2020 has changed how we celebrate the holidays but, Thursday night, people were still coming together to worship and celebrate on Christmas Eve.
Forecasted Rain Showers Promise a Wet Christmas WeekendWhile the San Francisco Bay Area won’t be getting a White Christmas this year, the meteorologists forecast a wet one.
COVID Christmas: Bay Area Families Safely Visit Santa Amid PandemicWhile visiting Santa had a new twist this holiday season due to the pandemic, the tradition endured for many Bay Area families.
Bay Area Air Quality District Discourages Wood Burning Over Christmas, Stops Short Of BanThe Bay Area Air Quality Management District is asking the region's residents to not burn wood during the Christmas holiday but is not issuing Spare the Air alerts that would ban it.
COVID: Beleaguered Health Care Officials Beg Californians ‘Don’t Share Your Air’There are many commonly used greetings this time of year -- 'Merry Christmas" "Happy Hanukkah" "Happy Kwanzaa" -- but in this year of COVID, health care officials have added another. "Don't Share Your Air"
COVID: Last-Minute Holiday Shoppers Brave Bay Area Malls But Is It Safe?Many last minute Christmas shoppers said they headed to Bay Area malls to find gifts Tuesday evening, because at this point, it's too late to order them online.