The highly-anticipated Tesla 3 was on display at the Stanford Shopping Mall on Friday.
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Dozens of coaches and professional baseball players put on a baseball clinic for young players in Santa Rosa on Friday afternoon.
The season of joy and love was interrupted Saturday afternoon when a group of right-wing protestors took to Union Square in protest of San F…
On Saturday, Bay Area law enforcement officers held a carnival for children who are battling cancer or other life-threatening illnesses.
A seriously injured dog spent seven months at the East Bay SPCA, but now, she has a forever home.
On the one year anniversary of the deadly Ghost Ship fire, family and friends gathered at the site in Oakland to remember those lives that w…
Hundreds of families lined the street at Marshawn Lynch’s Beast Mode store in Oakland on Friday for the arrival of Black Santa.
Every year a church group from El Sobrante offers a Thanksgiving meal to everyone in their community.
More than 200 alumni of “Guide Dogs for the Blind” were celebrating the 75th anniversary of the organization by walking around San Francisco…
Joe Donelan was giving money away on Tuesday.
Two Bay Area fire departments teamed up Saturday morning to give children who were impacted by the North Firestorm, something to smile about…
A Fremont dog park is closed because of a disease that could infect your dog.
More than 140 companies have answered the call to attend the Rebuild Sonoma County Job Fair in Rohnert Park on Tuesday.
On Saturday afternoon protesters gathered to call attention to the conditions at an East Bay county jail.
There was excitement all over the Bay Area on Friday, as people waited to get their hands on the new iPhone X.
Internet sales of books has meant that hundreds of bookstores across the country have closed their doors, but a new bookstore at Broadway Pl…
Hundreds of Sonoma County residents gathered Saturday morning to remember the victims who died in the North Bay fires.
Residents have been steadily returning to their homes in the North Bay, and in many instances, it is to go through the rubble to see if they…
After donating thousands to victims of the North Bay Firestorm, the Oakland Athletics are taking their recovery efforts one step further.
The California High School marching band in San Ramon has been practicing their performance with an additional fervor this week.