Bay Area startups work to stop package thefts
'Tis the season for online shopping. But if you're not home when the goods are delivered, those purchases could become an early holiday offering for thieves.
Stricter gun control proposed following Oakland muralist killing
The case of an Oakland muralist who was shot and killed with a stolen federal agent's gun highlights the issue of lost and stolen law enforcement weapons nationwide.
Oakland police say accused muralist killer went on crime spree
A woman who came face-to-face with a suspect accused of fatally shooting an Oakland muralist is speaking out about her experience saying: "I saw the gunman and he actually looked me straight in the face and I thought I was going to get shot again."
What Really Matters: Many Reasons to be Thankful
As we sit down to a Thanksgiving meal, what makes you grateful?
CHP conducts surprise inspection of tour bus company involved in Union Square crash
More information is being released on the bus company involved in a crash in Union Square. ABC7 News obtained inspection reports from the California High Patrol and learned that City Sightseeing of San Francisco is under increased scrutiny.
SFPD searches for shooting suspect in Fifth and Mission Parking Garage
San Francisco police are searching for a shooting suspect in the Fifth and Mission Parking Garage across from the Westfield Mall.
Rams on Stedman Bailey after shooting: 'That's basically our brother'
As Stedman Bailey went through surgery a day after being shot in the head, the Rams went through practice with the receiver fully on their minds.
57-year-old pedestrian killed in Fremont, witnesses needed to come forward
Police are looking for additional witnesses to a fatal traffic collision on Fremont Boulevard Wednesday morning that claimed the life of a 57-year-old man.
San Francisco Turkey Trot truck, supplies stolen
The public is urged to be on the lookout for a truck containing 2,000 t-shirts, refreshments, and supplies for San Francisco's planned Turkey Trot run.
Joseph Randle arrested following altercation at Kansas casino
Joseph Randle, the troubled running back released by the Cowboys earlier this month, was jailed on $25,000 bond after being booked for disorderly conduct, among other charges, at a Kansas casino.
Oldest park ranger in nation heads to White House to light National Christmas Tree
A 94-year-old Bay Area treasure will light the National Christmas tree at the White House.
President Obama 'Deeply Disturbed' by Laquan McDonald Video
McDonald was shot and killed by Chicago police, authorities say.