Brothers rescue bald eagle, then snap selfie with it
Two brothers recently saved a trapped bald eagle in Ontario, Canada, and at the same time, took this memorable selfie.
Stephen Curry helps Warriors hold off Jazz to stretch record to 19-0
Stephen Curry scored 26 points, and with a 106-103 victory over the Utah Jazz, the Golden State Warriors held on Monday for their NBA-record 19th consecutive win to start the season.
Chicago police officer charged in Laquan McDonald shooting posts bond, leaves jail
A judge set bail at $1.5 million for Jason Van Dyke, the Chicago police officer charged with murder in the shooting death of Laquan McDonald, 17. Van Dyke posted bond and was released from jail shortly after 5 p.m.
Stanford University students attend United Nations Climate Summit
Some Stanford University students attend the United Nations Climate Summit.
Source: Fractured tibia shelves Chris Johnson
The Arizona Cardinals have not confirmed a report that running back Chris Johnson has a broken left leg.
Four cranes to be heightened at Port of Oakland
Officials announced they'll be retrofitting four existing cranes to make them taller, in order to handle modern mega cargo ships.
Warriors beat Utah Jazz 106-103 for 19th straight win
The Golden State Warriors' maintain their winning streak after Monday night's 106-103 win over the Utah Jazz. The Warriors are now 19-0.
Warren Only Female Democratic Senator Missing From Clinton Event
13 female Senators attended a fundraiser for Clinton on Monday night.
How Bill Gates Could Affect the Solution to Global Warming
The business leader and philanthropist makes a big announcement during COP21.
Cop Released on $1.5M Bond in Laquan McDonald Shooting
Video of Laquan McDonald being shot is expected to be shown.
Surveillance video offers clue following arrest of 'Hot Cop' in San Francisco hit-and-run crash
A new clue has surfaced in the investigation of the hit-and-run accident that resulted in the arrest of a San Francisco police officer known as the "Hot Cop of the Castro."
Bay Area companies use smartphones to personalize shopping in stores
Heads up shoppers - your habits are being tracked through your phone. ABC7 News reporter Jonathan Bloom explains why you may actually benefit from it.