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By Bay City News Sonoma County sheriff's officials are warning community members of a scam in which a caller tells residents they are wanted on an arrest warrant and then demands money.
By Bay City News Service- Unemployment rates in the Bay Area increased slightly from December to January despite jobless numbers decreasing elsewhere in California and nationwide, according to data released today by the state's Employment Development Department.
By Bay City News Petaluma police arrested a Santa Rosa man Tuesday night for resisting arrest and possession of a burglary tool used to break into vehicles.
By Bay City News Service- An El Nino weather watch was issued on Thursday for the Bay Area during the coming summer months, a National Weather Service forecaster said.
By Bay City News Service: A tree fell in Redwood City Thursday morning, bringing down power lines and leaving about 22 residents without power, a police lieutenant said.
By Bay City News Service: Public health agencies throughout the Bay Area and the state Wednesday unveiled a new campaign based on the idea that people are only as healthy as the offerings at their nearest store.
By Bay City News Service: Firefighters battled a one-alarm blaze at an apartment complex in Mountain View Thursday afternoon, a fire department spokeswoman said.
By Bay City News Service: Authorities Thursday said the murders of five young women in San Mateo County in 1976 are believed to be linked to a murder in Reno that same year, and are asking the public for help in solving the crimes.
By Bay City News- A 16-year-old Oakland boy accused of setting another teen's skirt on fire on an AC Transit bus in November waived his right to a preliminary hearing on an aggravated mayhem charge in Alameda County Superior Court this morning.
By Bay City News: A generous crime-fighting gesture by Facebook is receiving several "likes" in the Menlo Park community.
By Bay City News Service: Two suspects remain at large after burglarizing a home in Belmont on Tuesday morning, police said.
By Bay City News: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in Mountain View Wednesday morning meeting with Gov. Jerry Brown at the Computer History Museum, where the leaders were scheduled to sign a pact to expand economic, cultural and academic cooperation between Israel and California.
By Bay City News A suspect in Friday's shooting on a Bay Point highway was arrested Tuesday but investigators are still looking for a second suspect, according to the California Highway Patrol.
By Bay City News Investigators said Tuesday they are looking into possibly pursuing charges against a transgender teenager for falsely claiming he was physically and sexually assaulted in a Hercules High School bathroom on Monday.
By Bay City News The origin of a treasure trove of gold coins found on private property in Northern California remains a mystery after U.S. Mint officials said Tuesday that the coins have no apparent link to thefts at their facilities.
By Bay City News Service: Parts of Point Reyes National Seashore will be closed for four months to protect seals and their newborn pups, according to the National Park Service.