Garbage and human waste from homeless camps pouring into rivers and creeks are creating a pollution problem in the South Bay. Terry McSweeney reports.
The U.S. Coast Guard pulled a man out of the water off Pacifica, after him and a woman were swept out to sea Monday afternoon. Marianne Favro reports.
NASA's budget was revealed on Tuesday and it includes new challenges and money going to the Bay Area. It might also mean another trip to the moon. Scott Budman reports.
Relief is coming for drivers who battle traffic in one of the most congested corridors in the Bay Area. Elyce Kirchner reports.
Taxpayers in the South Bay are about to be asked to solve a lot of local problems -- with their wallets. Robert Handa reports.
A man accused of slashing the throat of a California Highway Patrol officer during a confrontation at a San Francisco homeless encampment last week pleaded not guilty to multiple felony charges Tuesday.