Volcano eruption triggers tsunami advisory for Bay Area coast

An undersea volcano erupted in spectacular fashion near the Pacific nation of Tonga on Saturday, sending large tsunami waves crashing across the shore and people rushing to higher ground. A tsunami advisory was issued for the U.S. Pacific coast, including the San Francisco Bay Area. Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth… Continue reading Volcano eruption triggers tsunami advisory for Bay Area coast

San Jose firefighters to investigate what destroyed Home Depot

It took six hours to extinguish a huge fire that destroyed a Home Depot store in San Jose and now arson investigators will begin scouring the site to see what caused the blaze. Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news coverage in the San Francisco Bay Area… Continue reading San Jose firefighters to investigate what destroyed Home Depot

Suspects busted after attempted carjackings, wild chase on Bay Area highways

Two suspects led police on a dangerous chase across Bay Area highways that spanned two counties. Authorities said the suspects even tried to carjack two drivers along to avoid arrest, but failed. Read more: Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news coverage in the San Francisco Bay… Continue reading Suspects busted after attempted carjackings, wild chase on Bay Area highways

San Francisco Chinatown business owners targeted in ADA lawsuits

At least 100 businesses have been sued or received demand letters alleging ADA violations, such as inaccessible front doors and restrooms, Chinatown officials said. They said many of the lawsuits involve the same two plaintiffs. KTVU’s Henry Lee reports. STORY: Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news… Continue reading San Francisco Chinatown business owners targeted in ADA lawsuits

Man arrested after breaking into San Francisco home has been in and out of jail for 20 years

Brandon Paillet, the man arrested for recently breaking into a home in San Francisco, spoke to KTVU’s Evan Sernoffsky from jail. Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news coverage in the San Francisco Bay Area and California Watch KTVU’s newscasts on Download KTVU’s news and weather apps… Continue reading Man arrested after breaking into San Francisco home has been in and out of jail for 20 years

Brazen shoplifting video in San Francisco becomes issue in California recall

The latest video of retail crime at a San Francisco drug store coincides with an appearance of a Republican candidate for governor in the city for a press event where he knocked Gov. Newsom for being soft on crime. Read more: Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking… Continue reading Brazen shoplifting video in San Francisco becomes issue in California recall

16 year old girl killed, 45 year old woman injured by gunshots in Bayview

KTVU’s Emma Goss reports. Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news coverage in the San Francisco Bay Area and California Watch KTVU’s newscasts on Download KTVU’s news and weather apps for free at Subscribe to KTVU’s newsletter at Follow KTVU on Facebook: Follow KTVU on Twitter: Follow… Continue reading 16 year old girl killed, 45 year old woman injured by gunshots in Bayview

Sad ending to lengthy search for missing Berkeley trail runner

Investigators have not ruled out the possibility of foul play in the case of the missing Berkeley trail runner. A volunteer on Tuesday found a body authorities believe to be that of Philip Kreycik. The body was found in a remote area near a trail in Pleasanton Ridge. An autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow. Subscribe… Continue reading Sad ending to lengthy search for missing Berkeley trail runner

San Francisco Mayor London Breed fined $22,792 for ethics violations

San Francisco Mayor London Breed has agreed to pay more than $22,000 in fines for several ethics violations committed while in political office that raised questions about her personal and political relationships, officials said Tuesday. Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news coverage in the San Francisco… Continue reading San Francisco Mayor London Breed fined $22,792 for ethics violations