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Clearlake woman fatally hit by car while walking across Highway 53
A Clearlake woman died Monday night after she was hit by a car while crossing Highway 53, a four-lane highway that connects Clearlake and Lower Lake. She was identified by Lake County authorities Tuesday as Bernadette Marie Patrick, 31.
Rain, wind forecast throughout the Bay Area this weekend
OAKLAND, Calif. (BCN) - By Bay City News Service. The National Weather Service is forecasting rain and wind that will impact the Bay Area and Central Coast Friday through Monday, with a strong storm arriving on Sunday.
Editorial: County’s new vision for economic development lacks substance
We were left scratching our heads last week when county officials, the Board of Supervisors, Lakeport and Clearlake elected officials and others in local government scheduled a “historic” meeting focused on economic strategy (Seemingly a positive move attempting to improve the couty’s economic statu
ABC7 highlights Bay Area porch pirates in 12 Days of Grinch-mas
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- We're celebrating the 12 days of Grinch-mas, highlighting those people who have decided to steal the holidays from people's front porch. Watch the video above for a look at a guy who showed up and nabbed packages off a Noe Valley porch in San Francisco. The owner's Ring doorbe
CHP cracking down on carpool, express lane cheats in Bay Area
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A nightmare commute is only made worse when you see people cheating the system. The CHP is cracking down on the problem and ABC7 News reporter Leslie Brinkley rode along with a patrol officer on Thursday to ask questions about what they look for and when they issue citations.
Lake County’s Harbin Hot Springs will reopen its pools next year
A John Deere skip loader crept up the slope of the mostly barren construction site where Lake County’s popular Harbin Hot Springs resort once stood. When it reached the top of the slope, the driver carefully maneuvered around pristine pools, a new sundeck, benches and walkways.
7 amazing SF Bay Area things to do this weekend, Dec. 14-16
Sure, the news is crazy these days, the traffic is terrible and the world’s best basketball player suspects that the moon landing was faked. But none of that matters! Well, OK, it matters, but the weekend is upon us and it’s time to put it all behind you and have fun. So here are seven ways to enjoy
News Briefs, Dec. 11
The veterans outreach takes place at the American Legion Hall locate at 14770 Austin Drive, Clearlake. According to organizers, lunch will be provided. The event will feature numerous veteran resources in one place including information regarding benefits, community services, health care and social
Sabatier’s last Clearlake City Council meeting will see a new mayor appointed
CLEARLAKE — At its final meeting of the year, the Clearlake City Council will appoint a new mayor and vice mayor. The Dec. 13 meeting will be Mayor Bruno Sabatier’s last as he prepares to occupy a seat on the Lake County Board of Supervisors beginning in 2019.
She was evicted from affordable Bay Area housing. Now, she’s building it
Candice Gonzalez knows this about affordable housing:. She knows what it felt like to get evicted as a child living in the East Bay. She knows what it meant to her and her sisters to land stable housing, and how it allowed them to flourish. She knows many other Bay Area families desperately need tha
Video shows suspects crash truck into California gas station, steal ATM
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. – Sheriff's detectives are looking for three men who stole an ATM from a Rancho Cordova gas station early Thursday morning and dramatic surveillance footage reveals how it all played out.
Bomb Threats Hoax Targets Organizations Across Bay Area
Police across the Bay Area were investigating bomb threats, including one at the San Francisco Fire Credit Union, as part of dozens of bomb threats reported at government buildings, banks, libraries, schools and other businesses across the United States.
Shop with a Cop event spreads holiday cheer
CLEARLAKE — The doors opened at the Clearlake Walmart at 7 a.m. for the first wave of 110 children to shop for $200 worth of Christmas goods with local cops. Detective Todd Dunia with the Lake County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) said the approximately 45 law enforcement officers came from around the lake
Pair charged with trafficking meth/heroin from Mexico to Bay Area
OAKLAND — Two Bay Area residents are facing 20 years in federal prison for allegedly trafficking meth and heroin that they were acquiring from a source in Mexico, according to court records.
Student Extradited From Texas To Bay Area, Faces 10 Felony Charges
MARTINEZ (CBS SF) — An Oakley man attending college in Texas was extradited back to Contra Costa County on Tuesday. The suspect, Tristan Amari Curl, pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to 10 felony charges alleging that he threatened to kill the principal at Freedom High School in Oakley, shoot students
‘Season of Sparkle’ a dazzling success
The “Season of Sparkle” sponsored by the Konocti Lioness Club was held Saturday Dec. 8 at Boatique winery with 130 guests in attendance. Lunch was prepared by Lakeview Market and “Fashions from Around the Clearlake” were by Lisa’s of Clearlake, Rustic Boutique in Hidden Valley, Lisa’s Hallmark in La
IT'S OFFICIAL: Shake Shack's first Bay Area restaurant opens Saturday
PALO ALTO, Calif. (KGO) -- It's official! The Bay Area's first Shake Shack will open Saturday. The location at Stanford Shopping Center will begin serving customers Dec. 15 at 11 a.m.
Bay Area's first Shake Shack opens Saturday
PALO ALTO (KRON) - The long-awaited opening of the Bay Area' very first Shake Shack is finally here!. The restaurant will open its doors on Saturday, December 15 in the Stanford Shopping Center located at 180 El Camino Real in Palo Alto.
Study: Homelessness crisis in Bay Area is worse than many think
WALNUT CREEK (KRON) - The homelessness crisis in the Bay Area is worse than many think, according to a new study published by Zillow. The study says there were an estimated 25,951 people living without homes in the Bay Area last year, which is over 6,000 more than were officially counted by the U.S.
Homeless students: Bay Area sixth-grader inspires outpouring of support
Maddie Godoy isn’t the kind of kid who makes a Christmas wish list. She doesn’t think much about things like gifts because her family is always struggling to make ends meet.