The San Jose City Council on Tuesday was set to vote on declaring a state of emergency to address the city's severely understaffed police department. Kris Sanchez reports.
A Peninsula couple is facing felony charges for fatally burning their 2-year-old dog with scalding water. Jean Elle reports.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump made a stop on the Peninsula on Monday to raise campaign funds. Chuck Coppola reports.
Hayward police Chief Diane Stuart has been placed on leave pending the completion of a personnel investigation, Hayward City Manager Kelly McAdoo confirmed late Monday. Ian Cull reports.
Republican Presidential Nominee Donal Trump is in California before heading to the northwest on Tuesday. But don't look for him at one of those huge rallies, Instead, he'll be mining California gold.
Members of a Congressional panel blasted California high-speed rail officials over the project's $64 billion price tag and the plan to fund it. Michelle Roberts reports.
NBC Bay Area Responds to a San Jose man who couldn't get a refund from a popular hotel booking website. Chris Chmura reports.
Wildlife officials on Monday were investigating the death of a deer found with an arrow in its side in a Walnut Creek residential neighborhood. Elyce Kirchner reports.
A bridge connecting the popular San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail to Intel headquarters in Santa Clara may be going away due to permit and liability concerns. Peggy Bunker reports.
A little more than two months after she told the public she was not here to oversee a "frat house," Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf was poised to explain on Monday her process for launching a campaign to find a...