Santa Clara Weather Looking Great For SundayWeather on Super Bowl Sunday looks about as perfect as it gets in Santa Clara, CA.
Broncos Fan Who Needs Lung Transplant Cheers On Team At Sea LevelJessica Del Toro's family and friends are supporting her as she awaits a lung transplant.
NFL Dreams For T.J. Ward, C.J. Anderson Began In The Bay AreaWith Super Bowl 50 taking place in the San Francisco Bay area, the game is a homecoming of sorts for some players on the Broncos roster.
Both Broncos, Panthers Fly Players On IR To Super BowlThe Denver Broncos arrived in the Bay Area on Sunday for Northern California's first Super Bowl since 1985, followed soon after by the Carolina Panthers.
Super Bowl 50: Residents List Rentals At Super-Sized PricesIn the San Francisco Bay Area, where high housing costs are notorious, residents looking to make a quick buck are offering to rent their homes at super-sized prices to the 1 million visitors expected for Super Bowl 50 festivities.
Denver's Stan Kroenke Gets Wish, His Rams Moving Back To L.A.The Rams are moving back to Los Angeles, maybe with company, thanks to Denver sports franchise owner Stan Kroenke.
California's Best Luxury ResortsA brief profile of five of the best luxury resorts in California
Coldplay To Headline Super Bowl Halftime Show On CBS4Coldplay is headlining the Super Bowl halftime show.
6 Super Bowl Tickets, Private Jet, 3 Nights In San Francisco For $150You and your friends can enter for a chance to win tickets and private jet transportation to Super Bowl 50. All you have to do is enter NOCO Unify's "The Big Game in Big Style" raffle by Dec. 13.
Army Identifies Fort Carson Soldier Killed In Training CrashThe Army has identified a Fort Carson soldier who died from injuries suffered during a training accident in California.
Fort Carson Soldier Dies After Training Accident In CaliforniaThe Army says a soldier stationed in Colorado has died from injuries suffered during a training accident in California.
NASA Snow Data That Helps California Put To Work In ColoradoNASA is providing California with valuable data about how much water is locked up in its mountain snows, and now Colorado is trying the technique.