The instances of hate speech and racist graffiti appear to more and more commonplace than in past years–even here in the Bay Area.
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Cal Fire is pushing back the date they expect to have the wildfires contained.
Amidst the search for a place to live, those who lost their homes to the fires must also do more mundane things, like canceling utility serv…
With Kaiser and Sutter hospitals closed due to the fire, Santa Rosa Memorial has been pulling triple duty since the fires broke out.
Medical personnel are working around the clock at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, tending to hundreds of fire victims.
Being evacuated from your home due to fire is traumatic in and of itself, but when you have extended families and pets, everyone staying tog…
The City of Sonoma from Sonoma Square North is being evacuated by the sheriff’s department because fire is coming.
Another major concern for police and neighbors affected by the Atlas Fire–people who are missing.
The Blue Angels began streaking across Bay Area skies about 3 p.m. Friday afternoon, in their first of three performances.
Among the survivors of the Las Vegas massacre are two North Bay couples that found themselves right near the stage when the gunfire broke ou…
A San Francisco woman was ripped off of $60,000 in jewelry by a short-term renter.
Fremont police have reopened a cold case 35 years after a woman was murdered.
The California State Senate is meeting Friday night to consider a bill that could remove thousands from the state’s sex offender registry.
Through years of ups and downs, the Oakland Police Department has sat front and center in the spotlight.
The Oakland Athletics have settled on a site for their new ballpark.
It may become more expensive to park in San Francisco by the end of the year. It also might be easier to find parking.
Mexico is one of several countries that has an early warning system for earthquakes, and scientists are in agreement–the Bay Area is overdu…
Four of California’s Urban Search-and-Rescue teams have received the call and will be headed to Florida to deal with Hurricane Irma.
Planning to confront hate face-to-face, hundreds in San Francisco say that is what they will do this Saturday.
KRON4 is less than a week away from a so-called Freedom Rally at Crissy Field, which city officials say is sponsored by the alt-right.