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Police arrested a suspect who allegedly committed a series of crimes and led officers on a chase from Oakland to Antioch.
A UC Berkeley student who was detained at a border checkpoint in East San Diego County, is living up a promise he made.
BART officials hope posters designed by local art students will remind riders of proper etiquette when riding the transit system.
A recent report found that San Francisco is one of the worst cities when it comes to illegal sex activities at massage parlors.
A laptop was stolen at gunpoint from the hands of an East Bay woman sitting on her front porch.
Protesters lined up outside an Oakland bakery on Sunday to demand the owner take down a mural.
Police in Petaluma are investigating a series of car burglaries that all occurred within a 10-minute drive of each other on Friday.
A University of California, Berkeley student is back after spending weeks in a Southern California prison for overstaying his visa.
The veterinary team at San Francisco SPCA said there are confirmed cases of the dog flu.
Frightening moments for 49 Antioch residents after a fire broke out in their assisted-living facility on Tuesday afternoon.
An East Bay dog rescue is faced with thousands more in damage after a second car crashed into the non-profit in the last two years.
Family and friends gathered at a vigil to honor a 43-year-old man who shot and killed by police Friday night outside a Pittsburg restaurant.
A 70-year-old woman was struck and killed on Friday as she was crossing the street in Berkeley.
The UC Berkeley spring semester starts this Tuesday, but Luis Mora will not be making it.
Now that marijuana is legal, there are questions surrounding protocol for those busted for driving under the influence of the drug.
Four people were rushed to Walnut Creek hospitals Saturday morning after an impaired driver slammed into their vehicle.
It’s a new year and a new life for an East Bay dog who was so badly abused she needed facial reconstructive surgery.
A new East Bay mom was forced to head into the new year without a car.
Preparations are underway for the big fireworks show along the San Francisco waterfront to ring in the New Year.