Santa Cruz Co. avoids major damage, evacuation orders still stand
Tuesday night's massive storm didn't cause the potentially massive damage many officials were fearing in Santa Cruz County but evacuation orders are still in effect as additional showers are forecasted Wednesday night.
Strongest storm of season triggers flooding, power outages
"It was insane": The heavy rainfall and gusty winds that swept through the Bay Area toppled outdoor dining tents, triggered mudslides, caused power outages and left flooding all through the region.
42-year-old Napa Co. supervisor under fire for getting vaccine
'Instead of giving the dose to someone who needed it, she took it for herself:' On a day when Napa County announced they ran out of coronavirus vaccines, a 42-year-old county supervisor is facing criticism for getting the shot, while some older residents are still waiting.
Storm timeline: More rain, chance of thunder across Bay Area
Moderate showers continue with some pockets of heavier rainfall and there is still a chance of thunder. The Atmospheric River is still stalled over the Central Coast where flooding problems continue.
Capitol Police Union calls it 'unconscionable' leaders didn't better prepare for riot
The U.S. Capitol Police have come under harsh scrutiny.
Californians with chronic illness will wait longer under vaccine plan
"I've been afraid I will die if I get the disease," said Charise Hill, a disability activist in California. "My will is sitting on my entrance table, and it's very real reality for me. The vaccine is is vital."
Apple urging iPhone users to update operating systems
Apple urges iPhone and iPad users to update operating systems to fix security bugs that may have already been exploited by hackers.
Old computer systems add to EDD delays
"The computer system is old. That's a 'dog ate my homework' kind of excuse. They need to ask and demand the resources to fix those systems. And that's what should happen," said a technology expert.
Bay Area man charged with stockpiling weapons, explosives
"This is just a guy in the community with a gun collection. He's a Republican and a gun aficionado," Ian Benjamin Rogers's defense attorney says.
Why is San Francisco changing school names?
Schools on the list include Dianne Feinstein Elementary School, George Washington High School and more than 40 others.
COVID-19 updates: Sharks announce official date for SJ return
The San Jose Sharks will return to the city's SAP Center for the Feb. 13 and 15 games against the Anaheim Ducks and for the remaining 2020-21 home games.
AccuWeather forecast: Moderate storm brings scattered downpours
Scattered showers and downpours continue overnight with our Level 2 moderate storm on the Storm Impact Scale. Where downpours linger we can see localized issues of flooding on roads or smaller streams and creeks overflowing their banks.