The city of San Jose and its police department are ready to take drastic measures to solve the severe patrol officer shortage. Robert Handa reports.
Tenants of an East Bay building say they have been subjected to unacceptable living conditions, cultural harassment and an invasion of privacy. Jodi Hernandez reports.
Stanford University has banned hard liquor in undergraduate on-campus parties, a policy the school said was enacted to root out the negative consequences of high-risk drinking at college.
The Livermore Unified School District has seen a mass influx of new students at its schools, and some believe it is the result of transfers from the district's charter schools. Laura Malpert reports.
Three people suffered major injuries Tuesday after a taxicab in San Francisco jumped a curb, according to the San Francisco Fire Department. Scott Budman reports.
Two young sisters drowned Tuesday morning after a pickup truck they were in plunged into the Russian River in Jenner, authorities said. Mark Matthews reports.
A former Santa Clara County correctional deputy was arrested Monday night in an October 2013 assault on an inmate, sources told NBC Bay Area. Bob Redell reports.
Two children died Tuesday morning when a car went into the Russian River in Jenner, Monte Rio Fire Protection District Chief Steve Baxman said.
A baby guanaco was born at the San Francisco Zoo on Sunday, the first to be born there, the zoo said. A guanaco is a member of the Camelid family which includes camels and llamas.
Many students in Lower Lake are heading back to back to class for the first time since the Clayton Fire. Pete Suratos reports.