2 Arrested Following DUI Crash Involving Stolen Vehicle In NovatoTwo people were arrested Wednesday night in Novato following a DUI collision involving a vehicle that was reported stolen, police said.
East Bay Landscaper Charged in Stump-Grinder Death of EmployeeThe owner of a Concord-based landscaping company is facing two felony charges for the death of an employee in 2018.
Giants Spring Training: Brandon Belt Making Progress From Illness, Resumes Baseball ActivityFirst baseman Brandon Belt has resumed baseball activities with the San Francisco Giants at spring training after dealing with what manager Gabe Kapler called a virus without providing further details — though Kapler did say previously it wasn't COVID-19.
Protest Over Recent Horse Deaths Shuts Down Golden Gate Fields Vaccination SiteBerkeley and Albany police on Thursday were called to a protest at Golden Gate Fields demanding the track be closed that shut down a nearby COVID vaccination site for hours, according to authorities.
South Lake Tahoe Skier Reflects On Surviving February AvalancheFor experienced skiers Kyle Johnston and his cousin Josh Daiek, President’s Day weekend last month on the backcountry slopes south of Lake Tahoe got off to a fun start. But things quickly took a turn.
SF Corruption Probe: Recology Agrees To $100 Million Settlement, Refunds For Trash, Recycling OverchargesRecology San Francisco, the city's waste and recycling contractor, will lower rates and reimburse customers for overcharges in a $100 million lawsuit settlement with the city attorney's office.
San Francisco Breaks Ground on Affordable Housing for 96 Homeless Residents in SomaSan Francisco city leaders on Thursday celebrated the groundbreaking of a future affordable housing complex in the city's South of Market neighborhood that is set to provide housing for 96 people exiting homelessness.
Powerful Earthquakes Up To 8.1 Magnitude Strike Off New Zealand; Hawaii Tsunami Watch CanceledOfficials in New Zealand issued a tsunami warning for coastal areas and Hawaii officials declared a tsunami watch following several strong earthquakes that struck off New Zealand's northeastern coast.
COVID Schools: Mount Diablo Unified Looks At Phased Return To In-Person Learning Starting March 22The Mount Diablo Unified School District is looking at beginning the phased return to in-person learning later this month.
State ABC Revokes Liquor Licenses Of Store Owned By Gilroy Couple Accused Of Human TraffickingThe licenses of two Gilroy liquor stores owned by a couple accused of human trafficking and wage theft have been revoked, state authorities said Thursday,
COVID Vaccine: San Mateo County Officials Report 1 In 4 Residents Received 1st Dose, 66% Of SeniorsAs of Tuesday, 159,357 San Mateo County residents have received at least the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, representing 24.8 percent of the county's population age 16 and older who would be eligible for the vaccine.
COVID Schools: Santa Cruz County Will Have Offered Vaccine to All K-12 Educators by FridayOfficials from Santa Cruz County say they will have offered the vaccine to all of K-12 educators and staff in the county by Friday.
Lafayette May Seek Help From Caltrans, CHP After Complaints About Trump Supporters On Highway 24 OverpassThe city of Lafayette will likely officially ask the state for help in getting supporters of former President Donald Trump off the El Curtola Boulevard overpass.
COVID: Oakland Coliseum Vaccination Site Designates Half of Doses For 'Educators Day'Thursday marked the launch of what is being called "Educators Day" at the vaccination megasite at the Oakland Coliseum.
COVID Update: State Legislature Passes Plan For Public Schools to ReopenThe California legislature approved a $6.6 billion plan Thursday focused on pushing school districts to bring back students to classrooms before the end of the school year.