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Three Workers Fired For Posting ‘Abhorrent’ Camp Fire Wreckage Photos
PARADISE (CBS SF) — Three employees of a San Leandro construction company were fired Saturday for posting insensitive photos on social media from the wreckage left behind in Paradise by the deadly Camp Fire.
Rescuers meet woman saved in car accident two years later
SAN LEANDRO, Calif. (Dec. 14, 2018) – Marenna Ward's life changed on Aug. 6, 2016 when she was involved in a catastrophic vehicle accident that left her with a permanent traumatic brain injury (TBI). A little more than two years later, she met and thanked the first responders from Paramedics Plus an
37 New Year’s Events in the Bay Area 2018-2019
Enjoy a four-course menu on New Year's eve at Donato & Co. in Berkeley. Copper Spoon in Oakland is serving a four-course prix fixe menu on New years eve with a dance party to follow.
Couple robbed while sitting in car outside American Canyon taqueria, police say
A couple was sitting in their car when a man smashed the driver side window, pistol-whipped the man in the driver's seat, stole their belongings and ran off, police say. The man suffered unspecified facial injuries and was taken to the hospital, American Canyon Police say.
Shake Shack opens 1st Bay Area location to long lines in Palo Alto
PALO ALTO, Calif. (KTVU) - The much anticipated Shake Shack in Palo Alto opened its doors Saturday as a long line of hungry customers waited to feast on the restaurant's famous offerings.
Calif. man rescued 2 days after getting stuck in restaurant grease vent
A would-be burglar had to be rescued from the grease vent of a vacant Chinese restaurant after being trapped for two days SAN LORENZO, Calif. — A possible burglar had to be rescued from the grease vent of a vacant Chinese restaurant in the Bay Area after being trapped there for two days, authorities
5 San Leandro Area Open Houses Worth A Look
SAN LEANDRO, CA — If you're in the market for a new home, odds are you've already combed through all the internet listings for your area. And while you've probably gotten a decent idea of what these houses are like from the photos, you just can't beat an in-person encounter with the real thing.
Oakland's first outdoor skating rink
Oakland's first-ever outdoor holiday ice rink opens today in the city's historic downtown neighborhood. An opening celebration begins at 6:30 p.m. at the corner of Ninth and Washington streets in the city's Old Oakland neighborhood. Elissa Harringto.
82-year-old man evicted and imprisoned
An 82-year-old man was evicted from his trailer after several attempts to continue residency in his home where he could no longer afford to rent. Two police officers from the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department forced John Busch out of his San Leandro home of 15 years and put him in jail.
'I feel like I won the lottery:' Oakland friends give 72-year-old homeless man a makeover
OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU) - Oakland natives Leon Brown and Van Lee wanted to do something nice for someone and after brainstorming a bit, the pair – a preacher and a barber, respectively – gave a 72-year-old homeless man a makeover, complete with new clothes, haircut, dinner and $500 in cash.
Bay Area forecast: Weekend storm to deliver widespread rain, big waves
The second and more powerful of a pair of storms marching toward Northern California is expected to deliver widespread rain Sunday to the Bay Area and create hazardous conditions along the shorelines, with an increased risk of rip currents and likely the biggest waves of the year.
Footage helps San Leandro police arrest package-theft suspect
SAN LEANDRO — A sharp-eyed officer’s notice of a distinctive outfit led to a 20-year-old Oakland man’s arrest and citation as a domestic package theft suspect, authorities said Wednesday.
FBI looking for persons responsible for Nationwide bomb threat hoax, Bay Area impacted
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The search is on to find those responsible for a case of cyber terror by sending threatening emails containing bomb threats to businesses in the Bay Area and beyond.
Bikes for Tykes Holiday Giveaway this Saturday!
(San Leandro, CA, December) Davis Street is excited to announce our 8th annual Bikes for Tykes giveaway this Saturday, December 15th, from 9 am – 12 pm at Davis Street, 3081 Teagarden Street in San Leandro. Bikes for Tykes is an annual holiday bike and helmet giveaway for hundreds of local underpriv
California man survives two days trapped in grease vent
Authorities in California rescued a man who was trapped inside a restaurant's grease vent for about two days. Sheriffs and firefighters in Alameda County, California, received a call from a citizen claiming they heard a voice calling from help at a vacant Chinese food restaurant.
Multiple Emailed Bomb Threats Across Bay Area And Nation Appear To Be Hoax
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The San Francisco Police Department as well as police in San Jose and Oakland on Thursday were investigating what appears to be a series of emailed bomb threats demanding bitcoin payment being received at locations across the country.
California Proposal to Charge Texting Fee Could Be Blocked by New FCC Ruling
California regulators want to tax text messages to increase funds for programs that bring connectivity to underserved residents. A new surcharge proposed by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) wouldn't be a per-text tax, but a monthly fee based on a cellular bill that includes any fees
Man stuck in grease vent of Chinese restaurant for two days: Alameda County sheriff
SAN LORENZO, Calif. (KTVU) - A man was stuck in the grease vent of an empty Chinese restaurant in San Lorenzo for two days, and was finally pulled out Wednesday morning with the help of Alameda County sheriff’s deputies and firefighters.
Oakland’s first and only holiday ice rink with pizza, tacos and more
The only thing better than ice skating at a pop-up rink in Old Oakland is that said pop-up rink will feature, in true Oakland style, gourmet eats, like tacos, wood-fired pizza and more.
Sources say Raiders rescind offer to rent Oakland Coliseum for 2019 season
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- It's not impossible, but it appears increasingly unlikely the Raiders will play in Oakland next year. Owner Mark Davis talked about it Wednesday at the NFL owners meeting in Dallas. In a video obtained by our media partners at the Bay Area News Group, Davis said the Raiders