A woman seen repeatedly soiling BART trains is now behind bars but for other transgressions.
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All around the fire zone, people are posting thank you messages for first responders who put their lives on the line during the North Bay Fi…
We all have to share the road, and it doesn’t matter if you’re in a car or on a bike.
People have come out in droves to make donations to the North Bay fire victims in Santa Rosa.
Police from all around the Bay Area have been tasked with keeping the areas affected by firestorms free from looters or people with bad inte…
National Guard troops rolled into Santa Rosa’s Coffey Park neighborhood on Monday to assist with fire efforts.
There have been numerous reports of looters in the Santa Rosa area.
The positive news in this devastating Atlas Fire is stories of heroism and professionalism coming from the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center …
Most people love ’em or hate ’em–Uber and Lyft.
Every weekday morning, big buses are taking tech workers down 101 and 280 to companies in-and-around Silicon Valley.
San Francisco has the highest increase in auto break-ins in the nation, and the thieves are targeting tourists.
KRON4’s Stanley Roberts exposes people behaving badly, and it seems 8 times out of 10 it’s people breaking the law behind the wheel.
These days, the Bay Area has more and more cars on the road–and that means increased chances for people to break the rules.
September is rail safety month.
It’s an uphill battle for BART police trying to stem the tide of fare evaders.
KRON4 has been spotlighting fare evaders on the BART system, which has cost the transit agency millions of dollars in revenue.
You’ve no doubt seen it on the crowded roadways–more and more people in their cars.
It happens all too often.
Transit centers should help people get around.
San Mateo County beaches have been called paradise.