1 Dead in San Francisco Union Square ShootingA man who was shot in San Francisco's Union Square Thursday late Thursday afternoon has died, according to police.
Thousands Of San Francisco City Workers Redeployed During COVID-19 EmergencySome 3,000 San Francisco city employees are getting re-assigned to completely different jobs to help fill needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sen. Pelosi Urges Congress To 'Go Big' On Next Coronavirus Federal Aid PackageHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi is poised to unveil the next coronavirus aid package, encouraging Congress to “go big” on aid to help cash-strapped states and struggling Americans. Voting is possible as soon as Friday.
Gov. Newsom Signs Executive Order Providing Expedited Funds For COVID-19 ResponseCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday day signed an executive order that allows for the immediate use of funds to support the state's continuing response to protect the public's health amid the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus Surge: Nat'l. Guard Building Field Hospitals As CA Fastracks Medical RecruitsGov. Gavin Newsom has launched Health Corps to recruit and fastrack an army of frontline medical workers while the National Guard is building emergency field hospitals to prepare for a surge of coronavirus patients.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Pres. Trump Approves California's Major Disaster DeclarationPresident Donald Trump on Sunday approved California's major disaster declaration, making federal emergency aid resources available to help the state during the coronavirus pandemic.
California Desert Communities Reeling From Powerful Earthquake SequenceGov. Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency for a section of Southern California that saw significant damage after Friday night's magnitude 7.1 earthquake.
Democrats Supported Laws Now Relied Upon By Pres. Trump For Border Wall FundsNot long after President Trump announced his plan to take nearly $7 billion of federal money and direct it toward building more border barriers, California officials were already set to file a lawsuit in opposition.
Oakland PD Emergency, Non-Emergency Phone Lines Up And Running After OutageOakland Police Department's emergency and non-emergency phone numbers are not currently working. Anyone in an emergency situation should dial 911.
People In San Francisco Encouraged To Register For New Year's Eve Text AlertsSan Francisco's Department of Emergency Management is encouraging residents and visitors to sign up for text alerts to stay informed in case of an emergency on New Year's Eve.
New Warning Sirens, Evacuation Tags May Save Time In Next Big WildfireAmid concerns over the wine country's readiness for the next big wildfire, one North Bay law enforcement agency is using the anniversary as a way to promote its new emergency platforms.
Trump Won't Be Sending 'Presidential Alert' From His Phone, FEMA SaysThe "presidential alert" headed to Americans' cell phones won't actually be written by President Donald Trump, the Federal Emergency Management Agency said Tuesday.
Flooding Fears Surge as Carolina Rivers RiseCatastrophic flooding from Florence spread across the Carolinas on Sunday, with roads to Wilmington cut off by the epic deluge and muddy river water swamping entire neighborhoods.
Charges Of Verizon Data Throttling During Wildfires Raises Safety ConcernsAccusations by a Bay Area fire chief against Verizon claiming the carrier put lives at risk by slowing internet speeds for crews and customers in fire zones are raising concerns of data throttling could impact the public in other emergencies.
Foster City Toddler Who Fell From 3rd Floor Window DiesA 2-year-old boy who fell from a third-floor window in Foster City Thursday morning died of his injuries at a hospital Thursday night, according to police.