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5 killed in deadly Bay Area storm

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - Five people are dead this morning -- including one driver in Oakland, another in Napa, and a family of three from Fremont that died while driving near Tahoe.


Redwood City Robbery Suspect Arrested Per San Mateo Sheriff's

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- San Mateo County Sheriff's deputies arrested a Redwood City man on suspicion of robbing four people sitting inside a car in the unincorporated area of the county late Monday night.


STORMY WEATHER: What it looks like across Bay Area following powerful storm

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - The Bay Area has had quite the past few days. Not only were there two earthquakes, but that came along with multiple storm systems that wreaked havoc across the Bay Area.


Barricaded domestic violence suspect arrested in San Mateo

A barricaded domestic violence suspect was arrested a San Mateo police officer injured after a standoff that lasted nearly one hour Wednesday afternoon in the Los Prados neighborhood, according to police.


Man behind bars for sexual offense in Central Park garage

A 34-year-old Mountain View man seen masturbating in a downtown San Mateo parking garage Tuesday afternoon is behind bars on several misdemeanor charges, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office.


Who makes the best fried chicken sandwich in the Bay Area?

In the past year, a flock of new chicken shops have made fowl a favorite among Bay Area foodies, raising the classic, yet trendy fried chicken sandwich to new levels of fandom.


Art Auctions and Art Prices: Some art sells for Millions...Some art won't even sell at a Garage Sale

This is about the incredible prices that various works of art have been going for at many art auctions over the past several years. AND, how can you make your art more valuable in your own lifetime, without having to cut off an ear or something else?


4 San Mateo Residents ID'd Among Week's SMC Death Notices

SAN MATEO COUNTY, CA — Each week day, the San Mateo County Coroner's Office sends out death notices from the region. We've aggregated the notices from within the last week below.


San Francisco SPCA hosts jungle-themed pop-up on Embarcadero

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) -- The San Francisco SPCA launched its third annual pop-up at the Embarcadero Center today -- this year's theme 'Welcome to the Jungle.'. KRON4 went to the event early this morning before most of the dogs had even arrived.


California man charged with threatening college shooting

GLENDORA, Calif. — A California man has been charged with threatening to shoot up a college that was locked down for hours as police searched the campus. Thirty-year-old Terrell Lee Bennett of Pomona is charged with making criminal threats and illegally possessing ammunition.


Sweet deal for Burlingame candy companies

A couple of Burlingame’s classic candy makers worked out a sweetheart deal and are now sharing space on Broadway. Irene Preston, owner of Preston’s Candy and Ice Cream, is hosting Lorri Basques, owner of Aida Opera Candies, in her shop and candy kitchen at 1170 Broadway.


7 great SF Bay Area things to do MLK Weekend, Jan. 18-21

It’s a long weekend for many of us and there are all kinds of wonderful things to do. Here are seven ways to spend the weekend in the S.F. Bay Area and beyond, whether you are celebrating the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., taking advantage of some tasty restaurant deals or catching a hit musical


Domestic violence ends in jail time, probation

A 36-year-old Moss Beach man has been sentenced to six months in county jail and three years’ probation after he attacked a woman he was dating in an argument stemming from the man’s alleged cocaine use.


San Mateo County local sports roundup

It was a showdown for control of the PAL North Division. It turned into a statement win for the Warriors, who held the Tigers to single-digit scoring in all four quarters to stay undefeated in league play.


Facebook Inks Mega-Lease at Burlingame Point

BURLINGAME, CA—Burlingame Point, an approximately 803,000-square-foot office campus currently under construction, has finalized an agreement with Facebook to lease the entire project. Facebook first publicly announced the lease was in negotiations to the Burlingame Planning Commission in August and


Woman arrested for attempted murder after walking into ocean with baby in Half Moon Bay

HALF MOON BAY, Calif. (KGO) -- A 36-year-old woman from Cupertino is under arrest accused in the attempted murder of a baby, according to San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. The sheriff's office says the woman and child were found at Poplar Beach in Half Moon Bay after responding to call of a possibl


NEWS: Bacon and Beer Classic Comes to Avaya Stadium April 13

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Avaya Stadium will host the Bay Area’s sixth-annual Bacon and Beer Classic on Saturday, April 13 from 2-5 p.m. The event will feature all-you-can-drink craft beer and cider provided by regional breweries, unlimited samples of bacon dishes from more than 30 restaurants, live music,


Sights & Sounds: Jamie Zee

Sights & Sounds is your weekly guide to the Bay Area arts scene. San Francisco jazz singer-songwriter Jamie Zee told KALW’s Marisol Medina-Cadena about three fantastic arts events happening around the Bay this weekend.


Second earthquake in two days wakes up Bay Area

On the 25th anniversary of the Northridge earthquake, the second temblor in two days has woken up the Bay Area, with the last seismic event a magnitude 3.5 centered in the Oakland-Berkeley Hills.


Furlough freebies: Meals, deals for federal employees

With the federal government shutdown now in its fourth week, Bay Area restaurants and attractions are announcing efforts to supply those affected employees and federal contractors with free or discounted meals and other deals. Furloughed workers must show a valid federal ID or contractor ID to take