It has taken more than a century for the baseball team at St. Mary’s to capture success. But after the team has had a taste, players do not want the wait to last another century. Colin Resch reports.
The new center is equipped with an interactive touch mapping table that allows people to virtually navigate around the park and learn about its history. Joe Rosato reports.
California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom threw down the gauntlet in a letter to President Donald Trump on Friday, telling him to leave his hands off of the state's marijuana laws. Thom Jensen reports.
Scammers could be preying on San Jose flood victims. That's the warning from the state and Consumer Investigator Chris Chmura.
Many of the San Jose flood victims are accusing the city of failing to give them enough warning of the looming disaster. Robert Handa reports.
The break in the rain is giving Caltrans a chance to try and fill some of the massive potholes that have opened up on Bay Area freeways. Christie Smith reports.
At least a handful of San Jose flooding evacuees are now learning someone looted their homes. Michelle Roberts reports.
It may be hard to believe for some commuters, but BART ridership is actually declining. Elyce Kirchner reports.
Roughly one month after crashing into the swollen Alameda Creek, 18-year-old Jayda Jenkins has been found and positively identified, police said. Rick Boone reports.
A snowboarder on Wednesday was rescued after he says he accidentally went out of bounds near the Heavenly Resort in the Sierra Nevada.