• Swim Across America raises over half a million dollars

    SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) -- Swimmers took to the San Francisco Bay for the 17th Annual San Francisco Open Water Swim on Saturday, according to a statement from the group. The 17th Annual Swim Across America San Francisco Open Water Swim brought hundreds of swimmers and volunteers out to the Little Marina Green and Aquatic Park. []

  • 4.8 magnitude earthquake strikes Northern California

    (KRON) -- A preliminary 4.8 magnitude quake shook the Northern California coastline on Saturday afternoon, according to a post from United States Geological Survey. The epicenter hit about 33 miles southwest of Eureka and approximately one and a half miles below the surface. Tsunami Info Stmt: M4.6 055mi SW Eureka, California 1228PDT Sep 24: Tsunami []

  • Traffic signals inoperable in parts of San Francisco, delays expected

    SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) -- Traffic signals are currently inoperable in parts of the city, according to a tweet from the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management. The Dept. of Emergency Management reminded drivers that when a signal is down it should be treated as a four-way stop. Delays are expected across the city. For real []

  • Local bar burns down in Mission District

    A local bar in the Mission burned down early Saturday morning, and many in the community are taking to social media to mourn the loss.

  • One injured in San Jose pellet gun shooting

    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) -- Police are on the scene of a pellet gun shooting in central San Jose, according to a tweet from San Jose Police Department. The shooting reportedly took place near Ruff Drive and the Guadalupe River Trail. Police say one man was shot and suffered an injury that was not life-threatening. []

  • Oakland man dies in Friday shooting

    A man was shot in killed in Oakland on Friday night, according to a statement from Oakland Police Department.

  • Man arrested for assault with deadly weapon, resisting arrest

    PETALUMA, Calif. (KRON) -- A man was arrested for assault with deadly weapon, violation of probation, and fleeing police on several occasions, according to the Petaluma Police Department. On Thursday at around 12:28 p.m., Smart Code Compliance officers reported to PPD of a male who attempted to assault them when they tried to remove him []

  • This is the best suburb in Bay Area, study says

    (KRON) -- San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose are three of the Bay Area's most well-known cities. A large amount of the region's workforce is based in those three cities. However, a lot of those workers don't live in those cities. Some elect for perhaps cheaper and more spacious living options in a Bay Area []

  • Pedestrian walking on Hwy 101 struck by car, one fatality

    SALINAS, Calif. (BCN) -- The California Highway Patrol is reporting a traffic fatality that occurred Saturday morning on U.S. Highway 101 in Salinas. The incident was first reported at 5:49 a.m. on the highway near the John Street off-ramp, according to the CHP. The CHP reported a pedestrian walking on the highway was struck by []

  • Coroner's office experiencing backlog of autopsies

    ALAMEDA CO., Calif. (KRON) -- Officials at the Alameda County Coroner's Office said there is a long backlog of autopsies. Prior to the pandemic there was an average of five pending autopsies at the Alameda County Coroner's Bureau. Now, more than 30 autopsies are still waiting to be examined. An autopsy can take anywhere from []

  • These California speakeasies are among the top in the US

    Ten bars in California have made Yelp’s list of the top speakeasies in the United States.

  • Berkeley Police investigating two brush fires set at People's Park construction site

    BERKELEY, Calif. (BCN) -- Police in Berkeley are investigating two brush fires that were set Friday at a housing construction site at People's Park. Police are investigating the incident, which occurred Friday at around 10:45 p.m., as arson. An unknown suspect set the two brush fires, which occurred in the center area of the park []