FDA Approves Narcan for Over-The-Counter Use
Federal regulators approved the first over-the-counter naloxone product Wednesday, enabling people to buy the opioid overdose treatment directly from places like pharmacies, convenience stores and online.
Bay Area Storm Problems: Flooding, Downed Trees, Road Closures
A storm continued to bring scattered downpours across the Bay Area on Wednesday, causing multiple problems such as flooding, downed trees and wires and road closures.
Some Bay Area Populations Struggling Financially in Post-COVID Economy: Report
As the Bay Area’s economy continues its up-and-down recovery from the worst effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, recent data shows that many low-income households and communities of color are getting left behind.
Warriors Are Hopeful of Andrew Wiggins Returning This Season
Warriors coach Steve Kerr remains hopeful that Andrew Wiggins will return this season after the veteran forward missed his 20th straight game because of a family matter.
This California City Is the No. 1 Happiest Place to Live in the U.S. — and It's Not LA, San Diego Or San Francisco
Four out of the top 10 happiest places to live in the United States are in California — and Fremont, California, tops the list for the second year in a row.
Draymond Green Picks Up 17th Technical Foul for Brandon Ingram Scuffle
Things got chippy toward the end of the first half of the New Orleans Pelicans-Warriors game on Tuesday night.
Former Starbucks CEO to Testify About Union-Busting Accusations
As many Starbucks workers rally against what they call the company’s “union busting,” the former CEO is set to testify Wednesday before a Senate committee. Kris Sanchez reports.