Believe it or not, there are more dogs than children in San Francisco.
If you happened to notice a lot of motorcycle cops pulling over drivers in either Los Altos Hills, Saratoga, or Cupertino, you weren’t seein…
You may have heard the phrase, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
At least for the immediate future, we have only one planet to call home.
It’s that time of the year again.
Some people in San Jose are frustrated, and after repeated calls to City Hall, they say the issue is only getting worse.
One San Mateo County supervisor is crediting Stanley Roberts for helping the county push for a new state law.
If you know KRON4’s Stanley Roberts, he always has his camera rolling, and he’s not afraid to call people out who are behaving badly.
Now that the eclipse is over, some people actually think you can go back to staring into the sun.
As a rule of thumb, whenever you drive onto private property, like a parking lot for instance, most, if not all traffic laws, don’t apply.
Whenever a person is pulled over for behaving badly behind the wheel or on a bike, it is important to get both sides of the story.
In 2001, a San Francisco resident by the name of Diane Whipple was attacked and killed by two dogs.
For less than $10, you can rent a bike all day in San Francisco.
People often seem to care about pedestrians, only when they’re a pedestrian.
School is about to start up, which means kids walking to school. Many will need to cross the street to get to and from the classroom.
Almost every city around the city has a problem with illegal dumping.
Cars can be towed when they break down or run out of gas, and then, they can be towed for a completely different reason.
Whoever said lightning never strikes twice in the same place has never watched a segment of People Behaving Badly.
One of the main goals of police departments is to keep people safe on the roads and slowing down is certainly one of the ways to do that.
Parking in San Francisco has always been at a premium.