There's no help in sight for the most common crime in San Francisco. In fact, SFPD has told many car burglary victims to stop calling 911. Mark Matthews reports.
Scott McGrew tries to count up all the White House insiders who have quit the Trump administration on principle.
As tensions continue to rise, cities in the Bay Area are gearing up to handle rallies planned by the same groups that took part in the Charlottesville, Virginia violence. Pete Suratos reports.
Transit leaders are considering starting BART later each day. Kris Sanchez reports.
For the second time in as many days, the California Highway Patrol is investigating a freeway shooting in the East Bay. Bob Redell reports.
A grieving father is vowing to find the men who killed his son last week in Oakland. Terry McSweeney reports.
An adult and two children died in a fire Tuesday at a San Jose mobile home, firefighters said. Ian Cull reports.
A Bay Area congresswoman says President Donald Trump is unfit for the job and should be removed from office. Jean Elle reports.
You’ve decided not to join a bazillion people clogging highways and small Oregon towns to watch the moon obscure the sun for about two and a half minutes.
What now? Joe Rosato Jr. reports.
Fire officials say two people are dead and a third person is unaccounted for following a fire Tuesday at the Golden Wheel Mobile Home Park. Scott Budman reports.