• Sign of the times: Los Angeles Rams - 02/07/2016 02:32 PM PST
    Talk Back: Hillary Clinton
    Do you think Hillary Clinton will be the eventual Democratic Party presidential nominee?

    (Tell us why or why not?)
    Walnut Creek coach accused of sex with teen

    Catherine Handlin, 24, faces two felony charges in connection with purportedly having two sexual encounters with a 17-year-old student inside vehicles parked in Walnut Creek and Clayton.  
    ( RAY CHAVEZ )
    Review: Metallica delivers sensational show

    Metallica thrills fans on Super Bowl eve at AT&T Park in San Francisco. 
    ( Karl Mondon )
    49er Staley performs incredible act of kindness

    Joe Staley gave his Super Bowl tickets to a Santa Clara man with heart and kidney problems who is raising a 7-year-old daughter by himself. 
    NFL highlights Oakland nonprofit's mission to raise awareness for foster youth during Super Bowl 50

    A group of NFL players and celebrities are using Super Bowl 50 to raise awareness for foster youth issues. They are working with Oakland-based nonprofit First Place for Youth, which also received a $500,000 "game-changer" grant from the NFL's Super Bowl 50 Host Committee, to launch a "When I was 18" campaign. 
    ( Doug Duran )
    10 Super Bowl cocktails kick off the party

    These 10 craft cocktails are just the thing to score a Super Bowl touchdown -- with an assist from some of San Francisco's top mixologists. 
    (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
    Quinn: The new job search

    There's myriad apps out there for every part of the job search experience, from discovery to negotiating salary.  
    (KPIX CBS 5 via AP)
    San Francisco: Three killed as driver slams into taxi, car catches fire

    A damaged pole and debris were the only remnants Sunday morning of a fiery crash less than a mile from Super Bowl festivities that killed three male youths Saturday night. 
    ( T. Charles Erickson )
    Review: 'Satchmo' goes behind Louis Armstrong's happy facade

    The solo show 'Satchmo' by Terry Teachout depicts jazz legend Louis Armstrong reflecting on his bittersweet life and music; it plays at American Conservatory Theater through Feb. 7