West Oakland BART station closed after shooting
A shooting has prompted the closure of the West Oakland BART station tonight, according to BART officials. One person was injured and was taken to Highland Hospital.
Andy Murray beats Nick Kyrgios amid more antics by controversial player
Nick Kyrgios does what he wants and says what he wants, seemingly no matter the ramifications, and he troubled Andy Murray for moments at the US Open. Only for brief moments, though.
Obama Highlights Climate Change on Alaska Wilderness Tour
President Obama had an adventurous day in Alaska.
Oakland police seek public's help for info on possible kidnapping
Oakland police need help solving a mystery, after a man was seen grabbing a woman and putting her into the trunk of a car.
Judge in Deflategate appeal hearing 'anticipates' decision by end of week
There was no ruling in the Deflategate case Tuesday. Late in the afternoon, the federal judge hearing the case said he "anticipates" issuing his decision by the end of the week.
Dodgers send rubber, dirt from mound to Jake Arrieta to honor no-hitter
Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta received Dodger Stadium mound dirt and the pitching rubber as gifts from the Dodgers on Tuesday in what he called a "really nice gesture" following his Sunday no-hitter.
Obama Behind the Scenes in Alaska
President Obama takes over social media during trip to the Alaskan Arctic.
Woman sues San Francisco landlord after raising rent 400 percent
A San Francisco woman who got hit with a 400 percent rent increase is now suing her former landlord for wrongful eviction.
Parents of woman killed at San Francisco's Pier 14 file legal claims
The parents of Kate Steinle, the San Francisco woman who was fatally shot by a man in the country illegally, say federal and local authorities contributed to the death of their daughter through negligence.
World's largest stem cell bank housed at Buck Institute in Novato
The world's largest public stem cell bank is now open for business in Marin County.
McNair comments on Deflategate, says J.J. Watt wouldn't have destroyed phone
Texans owner Bob McNair said J.J. Watt would not have destroyed his cellphone if faced with the same situation as the Patriots' Tom Brady in his dispute with the NFL over deflated footballs.
Fred Jackson says GM Doug Whaley wasn't honest with him
In thanking fans for their support over his nine-year career, ex-Bills running back Fred Jackson also took a parting shot at general manager Doug Whaley in an interview with The Buffalo News.