It’s been a little more than four months since a Firestorm ripped through the North Bay.
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KRON4 has a warning on Friday night for North Bay Firestorm victims about unlicensed contractors.
Thieves in Concord stole expensive tools right out of a plumber’s van on Tuesday morning.
With a deadlier than usual flu season hitting the Bay Area, KRON4 has gotten some reports of local pharmacies selling out of the vaccine.
San Francisco city officials say they have not seen the massive ICE raids that were reportedly coming to this area–yet.
The California Highway Patrol believes someone is targetting tech buses commuting back and forth on highways 280 and 85.
Officials in two East Bay cities are taking steps to clean up their dog parks after reports of pets getting sick.
One couple’s ocean-view dream house had to be leveled on Thursday morning after being undermined by erosion.
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Pleasanton police are still searching for a suspect they were in pursuit of early Tuesday morning.
The San Francisco SPCA has pulled the plug on its security robot pilot program.
The City of Concord has been experiencing a rash of robberies targeting one particular type of victim–medical marijuana delivery drivers.
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