There have been nearly a dozen residential burglaries in the first two months of 2018 in the City of El Cerrito.
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A man is dead after a fight outside a mobile home park in Concord.
A violent struggle for a cellphone between a BART passenger and four teenagers starts on the train and ends on the platform.
Just days after the school shooting in Florida, teachers in the East Bay took part in an active shooter training session on Friday.
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The ability to text 911 for emergencies is now in effect in Hayward.
The illegality of sideshows has become potentially more dangerous for drivers, spectators, and police.
A first-of-its-kind clinic for African-Americans in San Francisco’s Hunters Point has been operating since the 1960s.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón announced on Wednesday plans to dismiss misdemeanor marijuana cases.
Intravenous drug use on BART is a major problem.
It is pretty common these days for Bay Area residents to have home surveillance cameras on their properties.
It is a case of now you see it, now you don’t for a Fremont magician who came to San Francisco to take in a magic show.
Drive-by purse snatchings are an emerging trend that KRON4 first saw in the Bay Area back in 2017.
A 16-year-old was gunned down one year ago while riding his bicycle near his Hayward home–and the case is still cold.
A canine complaint leads to the seizure of nearly 50 mixed breed chihuahuas from an East Bay pet shop.
A mob of thieves stole 49 handbags estimated to be worth over $100,000 from a Nordstrom in Palo Alto Monday night, according to police.
In 2017, auto burglaries were way out of control in San Francisco.
Not only will BART customers pay more to ride in 2018, they may be asked to prove that they actually paid to ride.
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