The remains of a young woman murdered four decades ago in El Dorado County have been returned to her family, thanks to advancements in DNA science and years of law enforcement work.
A former employee at a San Francisco fire station is speaking out after the station was forced to say goodbye to their beloved pet cat Edna on Monday after a complaint was filed about the cat's presence at the station.
Watsonville Police arrested a woman who they say went on a vandalism spree, causing $15,000 worth of damage to a Watsonville church.
One person was killed after a small plane reportedly crashed on Mount Diablo overnight, several media outlets are reporting.
SF fire station says they're being asked to get rid of their beloved cat. But they want her to stay.
Firefighters and staff at a San Francisco fire station are trying everything they can to keep their pet cat, Edna, after management has apparently asked them to get rid of the feline.
Hundreds of millions of dollars in driving and parking fines are written up every year in the Bay Area. In San Francisco alone, parking tickets fines alone add up to $124 million dollars per year.
A Fresno priest is upset that the throw pillow he ordered from Walmart came with unwanted graphics — namely Adolph Hitler's image and a Nazi swastika.
The sight was enough for the CHP officer to do a double take. In front of him, cruising down Highway 99 was a small box truck about to give birth to 5,000-pound bouncing baby Ram pickup.
The mayor of Cupertino is being criticized by housing advocates after joking about building a wall around the city during a recent State of the City address.
San Francisco firefighters are at the scene of a blaze in the Inner Richmond that started due to a gas line breach around 1 p.m., according to city officials.
San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White said the entire perimeter was evacuated, and the goal for firefighters was to "surround and drown" the flames until PG&E can shut the gas line off. No injuries were reported.
The enormous gas main fire that started on Geary Boulevard near Parker in the Inner Richmond on Wednesday didn't just create a terrifying spectacle — it also appears to have led to a power outage affecting about 3,000 people, according to the PG&E outage map.
A gas line breach was capped over two hours after flames first burst from the street in the Inner Richmond Wednesday afternoon, due to fiber optic work taking place in the area, San Francisco officials said.
44 years ago, The Doodler killed 5 men in San Francisco. Here's what police think he'd look like now
Police at the time believed they found their man. Multiple victims survived encounters with The Doodler and described the suspect to the police. Among the victims was reportedly a "well-known entertainer" and a diplomat, both men with much to lose if their sexual orientation became public knowledge.