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Union City Weekly Weather Forecast
UNION CITY, CA — Here's a look at the week-ahead weather, as reported by Darksky. Partly cloudy starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening. Overcast throughout the day.
Goodguys 37th All American Get-Together returns to Alameda County Fairgrounds
Hot rodding season is about to kick off with a bang as the Goodguys 37th annual All American Get-Together is coming to Pleasanton to launch the Californian car show season with a bang.
Early Spring Storm Expected to Rain on Afternoon Bay Area Commute
BAY AREA, CA -- An early spring rainstorm is expected to a messy Monday evening commute, but no major impacts are expected for Bay Area waterways, according to the National Weather Service.
Body recovered at Fort Funston a month after woman goes missing in landslide
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - Crews are at Fort Funston Monday morning after a body was reportedly found in the area where a woman disappeared last month. 22-year-old Kyra Sunshine Scarlet, an Oakley resident who was originally from Utah and born in Florida, was buried under a landslide on Feb. 22 when she
Bay Area’s housing crisis rolls on for UC Berkeley grad living in van
Yesica Prado’s graduation stole hangs in her living room like a piece of art. She graduated from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism in May and now works as a freelance photographer and writer, reporting on homelessness.
Two Arrested In Fatal San Francisco Fillmore Street Mass Shooting
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Two San Francisco men have been arrested in a weekend Fillmore Street shooting that left one died and five others hospitalized with wounds, authorities announced Monday.
Arlen Ness, ‘king of custom motorcycles,’ dies at 79
They called him the king of custom motorcycles. The East Bay’s Arlen Ness, a designer whose wildly colorful customized motorcycles are sought after by riders and museums alike, died March 22 in Hayward after a long illness, family and friends reported. He was 79.
California lawmakers will consider banning cosmetic genital surgery on intersex children
River Gallo has prosthetic testes he says he never asked for and never wanted. Alice Alvarez says she should have been able to decide for herself before a doctor removed her testicles, which one did when she was an infant.
Four more days of rain in the forecast for San Francisco Bay Area
The last days of March are forecast to be cool and wet with rain in the forecast through Thursday. A low-pressure system off the West Coast is expected to stay put for several days and send a stream of cold air and rain to the Bay Area. It delivered the first bands of rain to the North Bay early Mon
Man Found Dead In BART Station Restroom
OAKLAND, CA — A man was found dead in a restroom at BART's MacArthur station early Monday morning, police said. The man, whose name is not yet being released, was found unresponsive around 12:55 a.m. in the men's restroom at the station at 555 40th St.
Michael Avenatti charged with extortion
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- U.S. Attorney Nick Hanna in Los Angeles says lawyer Michael Avenatti could face up to 50 years in prison if convicted on wire and bank fraud charges. The critic of President Donald Trump and private attorney who formerly represented porn star Stormy Daniels was arrested Monday in
Italian island for sale, costing less than a Bay Area home
(CNN) — Ever dreamed of owning your own Italian private island? An aristocratic family is selling one in Sicily for less than the price of a San Francisco condo. Isola delle Femmine, a wild pristine atoll near Palermo with a 17th-century crumbling stone tower, is up for sale with offers invited of m
Bay Area voters: ‘Yes, we’ll pay to fix traffic’ but middling support for housing plan
They’re the twin demons plaguing Bay Area residents: the never-ending grind of bumper-to-bumper traffic and the ever-climbing cost of housing. But in a recent poll, voters said that when it comes to tackling those most vexing issues, they are far more willing to open their wallets to fix traffic pro
Tree Down Closing Portola Road In Woodside
WOODSIDE, CA -- A section of Portola Road is closed between Mountain Home and Old La Honda roads due to a large tree down. The tree is anticipated to take a few hours to clear from the roadway, San Mateo County reported.
Father of Sandy Hook shooting victim Avielle Richman found dead of apparent suicide outside Newtown town hall
NEWTOWN, Connecticut -- The father of one of the 20 children killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was found dead of an apparent suicide in front of a Newtown municipal building, authorities confirmed Monday.
Alleged leader of huge California drug ring sentenced to federal prison
OAKLAND — A man described by federal authorities as a shrewd, well-organized drug kingpin was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison last week, court records show. Prosecutors say Carlos “Green Eyes” Hernandez, 52, ran a large-scale, “drug trafficking operation with supply and distribution channels
Suspect in downtown Walnut Creek shooting at large
WALNUT CREEK (KRON) - Police continue to search for the suspect in connection with a shooting in downtown Walnut Creek Sunday. The shooting happened at the Union Bank parking lot on Mount Diablo Boulevard and Locust Street last night just before 10 p.m.
A California man confessed four times to killing a nurse. After three decades, police finally listened.
Last summer, a Michigan felon then living in Southern California powered up a Facebook account and let rip. “I am no angel. If I get pissed I kill,” Michael Leon Curry wrote on Facebook on June 28, 2018. “I have never killed anyone who did not — who didn’t deserve it.”
Memorial Service For Retired Fremont Fire Chief
FREMONT, CA — A public memorial service has been scheduled for Retired Fremont Fire Chief and Planning Commissioner Daniel T. Lydon, who passed away on March 18, 2019, according to the fire department. It will be held on Saturday, April 6 at 2 p.m., at Harbor Light Church, 4760 Thornton Ave., Fremon
How bad are porch pirates in California? You might want to rethink those online purchases
In a digitally plugged-in world — where front-door delivery of everything from burritos to dog food to underwear has practically become an inalienable right for Americans — the leave-it-on-the-doorstep trend has been quickly followed by the steal-it-from-the-doorstep phenomenon.