California Senate Passes Bill For Supervised Sites For Drug UsersInstead of putting opioid users in jail, a proposal moving through the California Legislature would give them a place to inject drugs under supervision to ensure they don't die from accidental overdoses.
Silicon Valley Is Starting To Bring Workers Back To The OfficeAfter years of building huge modern offices and a work culture that many industries have emulated, Silicon Valley was among the first to shutter those offices and go fully remote when the coronavirus pandemic began.
Study: There Was No 'Mass Exodus' From California In 2020A popular notion that there was a mass exodus from California last year is wrong, according to research from a nonpartisan think tank.
San Francisco Paying $16.1M For Homeless Tent CampsSan Francisco is paying $16.1 million to feed and house people in tent villages as the city struggles with a swelling homeless population – but the cost worries some lawmakers.
3.8-Magnitude Quake Gives Bay Area Quick Jolt; Shaking Felt Into ValleyA magnitude-3.8 earthquake gave the East Bay a quick jolt late Thursday morning that was felt into the Sacramento Valley.
3.6-Magnitude Quake Shakes Bay Area Awake On New Year’s Eve MorningA magnitude 3.6 earthquake jolted the Bay Area awake on the last day of 2020.
Man Arrested After Jumping In SF Bay Linked To Crime Spree In 3 Counties, Including SolanoA man who was arrested after jumping into the San Francisco Bay is accused of being at the center of a crime spree, including an alleged attempted murder and multiple robberies, that spanned three counties, the Solano County Sheriff's Office announced on Friday.
Group Promotes Sacramento Region, Businesses Featured In Video Struggle To Stay OpenA video hoping to boost the economy now showing just how fragile the environment is for businesses already here.
Study: California Police Disproportionately Cite Black, Latino Residents For Non-Traffic InfractionsBlack and Latino adults in California are disproportionately cited for minor, non-traffic infractions like loitering or sleeping in public compared to their White counterparts, according to a new study.
‘Desks Are The New Toilet Paper;’ Needed Furniture For Makeshift Home Classrooms, Offices Sold OutAn apparent shortage of desks and tables in the Bay Area has families scouring stores and emptying shelves, in search of ways to construct makeshift classrooms and offices in their homes during the pandemic lockdown, now entering its seventh month.
Lightning Sparks New Wildfires In CaliforniaA rare summer thunderstorm brought lightning that sparked several small blazes in Northern California on Sunday and stoked a huge forest fire that has forced hundreds of people from their homes north of Los Angeles.
Bay Area Rap Legend E-40 Tells People To Stay Home On 4/20, Slow Coronavirus SpreadWith 4/20 looming, Bay Area rap legend E-40 joined calls for people to avoid gatherings on the day celebrating cannabis to slow the spread of coronavirus.
7 Million People In Bay Area Wake Up To Empty StreetsAbout 7 million people in the San Francisco Bay Area woke up Tuesday to nearly empty highways, shuttered stores and vacant streets.
VIDEO: $83K In Jewelry Stolen In Smash-And-Grab At NorCal Bloomingdale's StoreThieves smashed display cases at a Bay Area Bloomingdale's and got away with $83,000 worth of jewelry, police said Thursday.
East Bay 2nd Graders And Teacher Meet Lizzo At San Jose ConcertThe group of East Bay second graders behind the viral remix of a Lizzo song got to meet the artist at her show in San Jose Thursday night.