When cities think a roadway is unsafe, they often put up barricades to keep drivers out.
If you have ever driven in another state, you will notice just how clean many of the highways are.
After years of traffic crackdowns on the Peninsula, one might tend to think that it would be harder to find drivers breaking traffic laws.
Normally, it is easy to tell if a car has been broken into.
Rule of thumb do not park where you are not suppose to park. KRON4’s Stanley Roberts discovered one driver who was behaving rather badly in …
If you’ve ever been pulled over by the California Highway Patrol, your stress level likely builds up when you see the officer standing in th…
So often we hear stories about package thieves, internet thieves, and yes, even mail thieves.
All too often, KRON4 covers stories of people getting rescued from their cars on flooded roads.
Big storms create huge problems like downed trees, downed power lines, and flash flooding.
Every time Stanley Roberts is out on the road, he is astonished at how many people he sees driving around with a phone in their hand.
OK, here is something many people are not aware of.
As we begin a new year, KRON4’s Stanely Roberts is taking a look back at last year’s best of the worst of People Behaving Badly.
If you didn’t have a chat with a traffic cop today, consider yourself lucky.
According to AAA, the average driver spends 17,600 minutes behind the wheel each year, although some will say they find shortcuts to make th…
Residents on the 1400 block of Sacramento Street in San Francisco are experiencing the same problem every day
Guess the best word to describe this next story is shenanigans.
The last day to get your Christmas letters off on time is on Dec. 23.
There was a huge crackdown in Fremont targeting red light runners.
Each year, tens of thousands of people are hurt in crashes involving running red lights.
Illegal dumping has been a huge problem around the Bay Area.