Many are missing amid California's storm of wildfires and searches have been marked mostly by confusion.
A carelessly discarded cigarette, a downed power line, a car's backfire or a chainsaw's pull.
Federal immigration authorities were tracking a young immigrant when San Francisco police say he shot and killed a popular community activist last month.
California prosecutors said Wednesday that a fast-food restaurant cashier gave birth to a baby girl while at work and then tried to kill her him by flushing her down a toilet.
Police in Berkeley, California say they need an additional weapon to combat violent protests that have repeatedly hit the city.
Seattle police say a passenger on a plane spotted a fellow traveler texting someone about sexually exploiting children and contacted authorities as soon as she landed.
One of two men charged with involuntary manslaughter for an Oakland warehouse fire that killed 36 people will seek his release Friday from jail on bail.
San Francisco Bay Area developers are on edge and boosting security at building sites in the region after four recent fires destroyed under-construction apartments in a region often divided by affordable housing politics.
Two men charged with involuntary manslaughter after a fire at an Oakland warehouse killed 36 people attending a dance party were expected to enter pleas Friday.
A judge has set bail at $6.45 million for a Northern California brain surgeon charged with sexually abusing children.
San Francisco police say the UPS driver who shot and killed three colleagues last week was armed with two stolen guns and appeared to target his victims.
Northern California prosecutors say a brain surgeon charged with sexually abusing children had been suspected of molesting youngsters for years and sought to impregnate women to create more victims.
San Francisco police confirm a shooting at a sprawling UPS warehouse and customer service center, but no information on injuries has been released.
The operator of an Oakland warehouse fire where 36 people died in a fire is experiencing a near mental breakdown following his arrest on involuntary manslaughter charges, his attorneys said Friday.
The man blamed for the nation's deadliest structure fire in more than 14 years is the first to appear in court Thursday in Northern California on 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter.
The founder of a ramshackle collective who officials say illegally converted an Oakland warehouse into residences for artists and musicians saw himself as a guru and benevolent landlord trying to help people struggling to survive in the expensive San Francisco Bay Area.
A source close to the investigation tells The Associated Press that two men have been arrested and will be charged with involuntary manslaughter in the Ghost Ship warehouse fire that killed 36 partygoers in Oakland.
Three judges appointed by President Bill Clinton will hear the appeal of Hawaii's challenge to President Trump's travel ban targeting six predominantly Muslim countries.