A Fedex employee is behind bars this morning. He's accused of burglarizing several homes on the Peninsula. Kris Sanchez reports.
South San Francisco police officers on Wednesday morning shot and killed a man who they say was allegedly armed with a shotgun. Pete Suratos reports.
They paid thousands of dollars to hire a local matchmaker who knows the Bay Area dating scene. But, they’re still alone, feeling duped. Consumer investigator Chris Chmura reports.
In the wake of the deadly concert explosion in Manchester, England on Monday night, some security agencies around the Bay Area are stepping up enforcement. Cheryl Hurd reports.
Plans to possibly open a second high school in Dublin have drawn the ire of parents because of the proposed site's proximity to the Santa Rita Jail. Ian Cull reports.
A United Airlines flight headed for San Francisco was evacuated late Tuesday due to apparent engine fire, officials said. Jean Elle reports.
Drivers say a stretch of road along Highway 85 in South San Jose features a dangerous dip that has been getting progressively worse over the last few weeks. Damian Trujillo reports.
NBC Bay Area political analyst Larry Gerston explores the reasons why the impeachment of President Donald Trump may be a premature thought without sufficient, well-documented evidence.
Plans to possibly open a second high school in Dublin have drawn the ire of parents because of the proposed site is down the road from the Santa Rita Jail. Peggy Bunker reports.
A newly created unit of defense attorneys dedicated to representing immigrants faced with deportation began work in San Francisco's federal immigration courts Tuesday. Mark Matthews reports.