Even as the Bay Area coronavirus numbers decline, healthcare woes still aren't over at San Francisco’s hard-hit Chinese Hospital where nurses were on strike Tuesday. Emily Turner reports. (5/25/21)
Fallout From Leaked Documents Showing How Facebook Didn't Address MisinformationAnne Makovec reports on how leaked internal documents are revealing how Facebook valued user engagement over curbing misinformation (10-25-2021)
Bay Area Cleans Up From Aftermath of Atmospheric River SundayTeam coverage of Bay Area residents assessing the damage and cleaning up following Sunday's massive storm (10-25-2021)
Game Day: 49ers React To 4th Straight LossPostgame reaction from the 49ers following their 30-18 loss to the Colts on Sunday night at Levi's Stadium. Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group joins Vern Glenn to discuss San Francisco's fourth straight loss. (10-25-21)
Storm Watch: Flooding, toppled trees, scaffolding collapse in San FranciscoFlooding, toppled trees, scaffolding collapse in San Francisco
Storm Watch: Howling Gale Force Winds Feed Eerie Golden Gate Bridge WhistleHowling winds Sunday makes Golden Gate Bridge Sing
ATMOSPHERIC RIVER: Raw video of damage in North Bay as storm rips through the Bay AreaRaw video of damage in North Bay as storm rips through the Bay Area
Raw Video: Scene of Fatal Tree Toppling on Vehicle in Santa CruzA large tree fell onto a pickup truck on East Zayante Road near Redwood Road in Santa Cruz Friday afternoon, killing the driver.
SJPD Employee Arrested: SJPD Civilian Employee Faces Weapons Charges, Accused Of Social Media ThreatsA civilian employee of the San Jose Police Department has been arrested on multiple weapons charges following an FBI investigation into social media threats he allegedly posted.
Storm Watch: PG&E crews gear up to respond to weather caused outagesPG&E crews gear up to respond to weather caused outages
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Raw Video: SJPD Chief Announces Arrest Of Civilian EmployeeSan Jose Police Chief Anthony Mata announced the arrest of civilian employee Denis Shevchenko on multiple charges after the FBI linked hateful social media posts to him. (10/22/21)
Survey: Can't Go Wrong Handing Out Bags Of M&M's To Trick Or TreatersThe team at RetailMeNot has released its annual survey of the candy preferences for the Halloween and the winner by the slimmest of margins was a bag of M&Ms. Katie Johnston reports.
Massive Tree Topples Onto Car, Power Lines In San Francisco During Rain StormJustin Andrews reports.
San Leandro Community Group Ask for Help After Vandals Damage Christmas DecorationsVideo of damage caused by vandals who attacked holiday decorations in storage space (courtesy Downtown San Leandro Community Benefit District)
Hundreds Of SFMTA Workers Defying Vaccine Mandate Could Lead To Muni DisruptionsThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency warned of possible disruptions to transit service and parking enforcement next month, as nearly 300 employees have yet to comply with the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Jocelyn Moran reports.
Netflix Workers Walk Out In Protest Of Dave Chappelle Special Criticized As TransphobicNetflix employees walked out of their jobs Wednesday to show their opposition to statements made by comedian Dave Chappelle about transgender people in his recent special.
Rain Wrapping Up Fire Season, Threatening Areas Scarred By WildfireIncoming rainstorms are expected to put an end to the wildfire season, but too much rain could add even more problems. Justin Andrews reports.
Cal Defensive Lineman Playing In 7th College Football SeasonBecause of COVID, the NCAA granted an extra year of eligibility for football players, allowing Luc Bequette to play a 7th year. (10-19-21)
Raw Video: San Francisco Announces Cash Rewards To Stop Auto Burglary-Fueled Fencing OperationsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed joined Police Chief Bill Scott Tuesday morning at a press conference to announce cash rewards for information on the fencing operations that are contributing to the frequent auto burglaries in the city.
San Francisco, Tourism Industry Offer Cash Rewards To Stop Auto Burglary Fencing OperationsAnne Makovec reports on San Francisco officials announcing cash rewards to fight auto-burglary fencing operations (10-19-2021)
STORM WATCH: Marin County Officials Prepare For A Week Of Stormy WeatherA wave of storm fronts were lined up across the Pacific early Tuesday, a procession of much needed rain showers.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell Dies Of Complication From COVID-19Meg Oliver reports on the passing of former Secretary of State Colin Powell (10-18-2021)
Rohnert Park Mountain Lion Tranquilized, Middle School Lockdowns LiftedJustin Andrews reports on Fish and Wildlife officials tranquilizing mountain lion seen near Rohnert Park schools (10-18-2021)
1 Dead, 2 Injured In Separate Falls During Phish Concert At Chase CenterAnne Makovec reports on two separate falls during the Sunday night Phish concert at San Francisco's Chase Center that left one person dead and two injured (10-18-2021)