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Berkeley Indecent Exposure Suspect Arrested, Charged: Police

A 34-year-old man was arrested last week and charged Monday with four counts of indecent exposure stemming from multiple incidents in Berkeley last year, according to police. David Forrest Chandler Herrington was identified last week as the suspicious person investigators and patrol officers had bee


Stolen Gun Seized, Man Arrested In Hercules

HERCULES, CA — Hercules Police seized a stolen gun and arrested a man during a traffic stop Saturday night. A. Neyson Reyes, 20, was transported to county jail. Other occupants of the car were released.


Oakland earthquake alert test: Is your phone listening?

OAKLAND — In a major sign that California’s earthquake early warning system is moving forward, officials are testing the program in downtown Oakland on Wednesday morning. Like the familiar Amber Alert, starting at 11 a.m., the ShakeAlert will blare from smartphones in a 60-block area, announcing: “T


Bay Area’s unsettled, stormy weather to continue through end of March

The last days of March are expected to be a mix of wet and dry, as a band of rainy weather swoops down on the Bay Area through Thursday. A light storm will likely move into the North Bay just after sunset Tuesday, bringing light to moderate rainfall that will spread over the entire region overnight,


Officials: Don’t Land Your Helicopter In The Middle Of The Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve

ANTELOPE VALLEY (CBSLA) — A helicopter recently landed in the blooming fields of the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve, prompting officials to repeat a rule that most people already knew – don’t land a helicopter in a poppy reserve.


Body Found at San Francisco's Fort Funston Is Landslide Victim's: Family

Family members say a body discovered at San Francisco's Fort Funston Monday has been determined to be that of 22-year-old Kyra Sunshine Scarlet, the woman who was buried in a landslide at the beach last month.


Major Illegal Pot Operation Busted In San Francisco’s Sunset District

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — More 3,000 pot plants and thousands of dollars in currency were seized and two people arrested in a series of raids in San Francisco’s Sunset district targeting an illegal marijuana grow operation, authorities announced Tuesday.


Severe traffic on I-80 in East Bay after multi-vehicle crash

An accident involving multiple vehicles Tuesday morning triggered a severe traffic alert and closed a lane of Interstate 80 in Richmond, authorities said. Around 5:39 a.m., California Highway Patrol officers responded to a four-vehicle crash on westbound I-80 at the McBryde off-ramp. Authorities hav


‘I was struggling:’ Sacramento residents tell Gov. Gavin Newsom what it’s like to pay the rent

A Sacramento preschool teacher and her 2-year-old would be homeless without financial support. A 27-year-old woman lives with two roommates in West Sacramento despite having a full-time job.


Missing California girl, 15, found dead had ‘traumatic’ injury, homicide investigation launched: police

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept. launched a homicide investigation Monday after authorities discovered the body of a missing 15-year-old California girl who'd reportedly suffered a “traumatic” injury.


Second officer struck during East Oakland traffic stops

OAKLAND — Police are asking for the public’s help in finding suspects sought in separate recent incidents, including one Tuesday, involving fleeing suspects who struck and injured officers.


Giants CEO Larry Baer suspended by MLB after altercation with his wife

San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer will be out of the game at the start of this year's baseball season. Baer has been suspended without pay through July 1 after a video surfaced of a physical altercation with his wife, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred announced Tuesday.


Mario Woods’ mother settles lawsuit against SF for son’s fatal shooting by police

San Francisco will pay an undisclosed amount to the mother of Mario Woods to settle a lawsuit over the fatal shooting of the 26-year-old black man by five police officers in 2015, a death that ignited outcries about race and police use of force.


Investigation underway for deadly drive-by shooting in San Francisco

A deadly shooting Saturday night in San Francisco, and a Filipino was shot and injured. Andy Teodoro was reportedly walking to meet some friends for dinner in the Filmore District, when he was hit in a drive-by shooting. This is according to Mikkel Aragon — also a Filipino and a friend of Teodoro’s.


California Considers Ban On Paper Receipts

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The California Legislature is considering a bill which would ban stores and restaurants from giving their customers paper receipts, part of the state’s ongoing effort to combat pollution and environmental waste.


Shake Shack ready to open second Bay Area location

About three months after entering the Bay Area market for the first time, the cult favorite Shake Shack will open its second restaurant in the region. The Larkspur location at the Marin Country Mart will start serving customers on Wednesday, March 27.


Stephen Curry surprises Ayesha Curry with epic 30th birthday party

Celebrity chef and entrepreneur Ayesha Curry celebrated her 30th birthday on Saturday, and her Warriors star husband Stephen Curry surprised her with an epic, Caribbean-themed party party in San Francisco, according to her Instagram account.


Man Charged In San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf Fatal Stabbing Pleads Not Guilty

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A man charged with murder for the fatal stabbing of another man in broad daylight at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf last week pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday morning.


Search underway for missing Merced man at Pacifica beach

PACIFICA (KRON) - The Coast Guard and local police are searching for a Merced man who went missing while swimming at Rockaway Beach early Tuesday. According to Pacifica police, a small group of friends staying at a nearby hotel had been at the beach when two of them decided to go into the water.


H-1B: Prison for visa fraud in case involving Bay Area workers

The head of an IT staffing company has been sentenced to a year and a day in prison after federal investigators uncovered an H-1B visa-fraud scheme involving two Bay Area workers.