San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against PG&E alleging that the utility's negligent work caused a landslide last year that destroyed one home and damaged five others.
Thursday, Oct 19, 2017 at 12:29 AM PDT
Deputy's Wife to be Sentenced in DUI Crash That Killed Boy
It’s been more than a year since the tragic death of a 3-year old boy from the East Bay, killed after a drunk driver slammed into the vehicle he was in on the shoulder of a freeway. On Thursday, the...
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Wine Country Businesses Need Customers, Not Donations
Businesses affected by the massive wildfires that swept through wine country over the past week are reopening, or will soon, and they aren't looking for donations. They have started a campaign dubbed Spend...
Wednesday, Oct 18, 2017 at 11:55 PM PDT
Santa Rosa Mayor Looks Ahead to Improving the City
The fight continued Wednesday as crews worked to gain control of a 300-acre vegetation fire that has ripped through a heavily-forested area of the Santa Cruz Mountains, injured seven firefighters and forced...
Wednesday, Oct 18, 2017 at 11:42 PM PDT
SFPD Officer in Critical Condition After Hit-and Run-Crash
A suspected hit-and-run driver was detained following a manhunt Wednesday afternoon after he mowed down a San Francisco police officer who was on a bicycle and is now hospitalized in critical condition,...
The fires in Mendocino County left a path of destruction through the town of Redwood Valley. This week, residents were allowed to go back to see if their homes were still there. And as NBC Bay Area's Joe Rosato...