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Hayward High Mourns Half Moon Bay Drowning Death of Star Athlete

Hayward High Mourns Half Moon Bay Drowning Death of Star Athlete. Friends and family came together Friday night to honor a Hayward High School football star who vanished after being swept up in the rough seas at Half Moon Bay on Thursday. Christin Ayers reports. (4-19-19)


Body of missing swimmer found near Fort Funston

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - The body of a man who went missing three weeks ago while swimming with friends in Pacifica was found Friday. Around 5:40 p.m. a body was recovered on a beach near Fort Funston in San Francisco.


Search resumes for missing Hayward teen swept out to sea in Half Moon Bay after possible sighting

HALF MOON BAY, Calif. (KGO) -- There has been a possible sighting after an 18-year-old Hayward man went missing at Poplar Beach in Half Moon Bay. The San Mateo County Sheriff's Office says sense fog is still an issue, but they have a boat and jet ski in the water actively searching.


Thousands crowd Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park for annual 420 pot festival

Smokers passed cone-shaped joints, cradled glass pipes of all sizes and worked to keep blazing blunts alive amid strong winds on the grassy fields of Golden Gate Park as part of the annual 420 celebration at Hippie Hill.


Search Called Off For 18-Year-Old Hayward Hs Football Player

The San Mateo County Sheriff's Office has concluded its search for an 18-year-old Hayward man who went missing in Half Moon Bay while boogie-boarding on Thursday afternoon. Friends and family on social media have identified him as Naphtali Moi Moi, a Hayward High School senior who had plans to play


High School Student Charged for Robbing Blind Woman in San Leandro

SAN LEANDRO (CBS SF) — A high school student who allegedly robbed a 38-year-old blind woman in downtown San Leandro was charged Friday with robbery and abuse against a dependant adult, according to police.


Video caught woman dumping 7 puppies behind California store

COACHELLA, Calif. (AP) - Authorities are trying to identify a woman captured by security cameras tossing seven newborn puppies into a dumpster in Southern California. The Riverside County Department of Animal Services released surveillance video of the woman pulling up to a dumpster behind an auto p


1 Dead After Car Crashes Into Sound Wall in Discovery Bay

At least one person has died after a vehicle crashed into a sound wall in Discovery Bay in unincorporated Contra Costa County late Saturday night, according to the California Highway Patrol.


Collision Near Benicia Bridge Causes Lengthy Backup

Traffic backups abound Saturday night on northbound Interstate Highway 680 outside Martinez in unincorporated Contra Costa County after a collision south of the I-680/Marina Vista interchange, the California Highway Patrol reported.


Threats to schools in Bay Area are a daily occurrence. Here’s how authorities head them off

SAN JOSE — On Thursday, a student at a charter school in East San Jose emailed a teacher, threatening to “shoot up the school” if he didn’t get good grades. Several days before, in South San Jose, a 12-year-old boy, fuming over being bullied at school, sat in the principal’s office and muttered alou


Here’s what California marijuana smokers think about driving while high

Many cannabis-culture celebrations will take place on 4/20 (April 20), so here’s a look at some pot smokers’ opinions on driving and tips to self-assess if you are too high.


Eyewitness Describes Terrifying Moment When Woman Gets Stuck In Door, Dragged Along Muni Platform

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) – The video, first obtained by the San Francisco Examiner is hard to watch. It shows an elderly woman attempting to enter the new N-Judah train last Friday. It appears her hand becomes caught in the door. A Muni staff member in a yellow hazard vest approaches her and gestures to


Suspect killed in Fremont officer-involved shooting after 'ambush attack'

FREMONT, Calif. (KGO) -- Three Fremont officers were involved in a deadly shooting late Thursday night after they say a gunman ambushed one of the officers. It happened in front of Washington Hospital around 11 p.m.


Around East County: Capelli of Brentwood’s Liberty High is teacher of year

Brentwood Liberty High School’s Gina Capelli has nothing but good things to say about the many “young adults” she has taught for the past 29 years. Apparently, her students and fellow teachers are just as fond of her, as she was chosen to be not only the teacher of the year for Brentwood’s Liberty H


San Leandro Resident Sentenced To Four Years In Prison For Bank Robbery

San Francisco, California - Phillip LeBlanc was sentenced Wednesday to 48 months in prison for committing three bank robberies, announced United States Attorney David L. Anderson and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge John F. Bennett. The sentenced was handed down by the Hon. Ma


California probation chiefs brace for changes to the juvenile justice system

When Lee Seale became Sacramento County’s chief probation officer in 2013, officials at his juvenile hall were grappling with how to prevent probation officers from using force against young detainees after multiple lawsuits, the resignation of a prior leader and a judge’s decree.


Concord Equestrian Non-Profit's Historic Landmark Home Faces Shutdown From City

Concord Equestrian Non-Profit's Historic Landmark Home Faces Shutdown From City. One of Contra Costa County's oldest building is about to shut down along with the equestrian non-profit that calls it home. Da Lin reports,they are now pleading with city leaders to keep their history alive.


Hundreds to celebrate Easter at site of cross atop SF's Mount Davidson

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Did you know that one of America's largest crosses is located in the Bay Area? Hundreds of people are planning to hike to catch the sunrise and celebrate Easter in San Francisco's highest peak.


Walters: Why is California’s achievement gap so stubborn?

California has poured tens of billions of additional dollars into its public schools this decade on the assumption – or hope – that they would close the state’s stubborn academic “achievement gap.”


Ship Strikes Blamed In 2 Gray Whale Deaths In Bay Area This Month, Suspected In 3rd

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A gray whale which washed up dead on a beach in Pacifica earlier this week was killed by blunt force trauma attributed to a ship strike, according to researchers – the second such confirmed incident in the Bay Area this month.