Free speech or not, setting an American flag aflame sends a powerful message about what Occupy stands for.
UCSF doctors are denying Jesus Navarro a life-saving kidney transplant because he is an unauthorized immigrant.
Instead of watching prized recruits help return Cal to prominence, Jeff Tedford will now be watching those very recruits try to shut down his Bears.
Three Sequoia redwoods at Steiner and Page have lived in the Lower Haight longer than just about anybody.
If you’ve got a Kaiser appointment today, good luck.
A man walking two small dogs was tased by a federal park ranger after refusing an order to leash his animals.
Need a change of scenery? Become an innkeeper at a Victorian lighthouse on an island in the middle of the Bay.
As Macworld-iWorld wound down Saturday afternoon, I finally spotted the fun I had been looking for.
A Millbrae woman who has won “dozens” of contracts with The City has been accused of underpaying her workers and pocketing the difference.
A new budget from Gov. Jerry Brown proposes that California high schools slice in half the current two-year science requirement needed for students to graduate.
Despite an impressive 2011, Gary Brown is likely one full season away from playing with the big boys.
New swanky joints in the MIssion — and even some old swanky joints — are now offering valet parking to their patrons.
Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl With A Pearl Earring” will visit San Francisco for six months starting next January.
Some pirates pillage the high seas. Some illegally exchange files online. Others drive taxicabs around San Francisco.
Sunday’s loss to the Giants exposed the 49ers’ lack of depth at wide receiver, giving them something to address this offseason.
Gone are the days of viewing booths and sex toys. North Beach’s infamous Big Al’s has been transformed into a grocery store.
The roads have been striped. The public has been warned. And next month, toll lanes are coming to the 237-880 interchange in the South Bay.
Microbiology major Amanda Gomez went big on the revitalized “Fear Factor,” winning the TV show’s $50k grand prize.
A heartfelt, hand-written letter from a 7-year-old might be just the thing to get Kyle Williams to open up his mail again.
Up to 3,000 gallons of untreated sewage were released onto Surfer’s Beach in Half Moon Bay in two separate incidents.