The San Francisco DA’s office plans to meet with pot clubs to clarify The City’s seemingly schizophrenic rules on medical pot.
Over 150 years, the story of Tolenas Springs became legend, then myth. Its location was forgotten, lost in the churn of time. Until now.
Did a loud boom wake you up Sunday morning? If it wasn’t Saturday’s burrito out for revenge, it may have been a meteor burning up in our atmosphere.
Ariel Hsing’s ping pong paddle is carrying the 16-year-old all the way to London after a come-from-behind win against a wily veteran.
Chinatown landmark Sam Wo might be closed for the weekend, but “beyond that nothing is definite.”
For Patty, a high school sophomore, there’s nothing celebratory about marijuana. She sells weed to make ends meet.
For some of us, it hasn’t sunk in yet that we won’t hear “Jump Around” blaring over the ballpark speaker in the ninth inning for a while.
Here’s a brief list of current fads and happenings that I would love to see wiped clear from the face of the planet.
Depending on who you believe, California is either winning or failing in its battle against air pollution.
If you work for BART, you’d better not to be too nice to anyone — it could get you fired.
Police say 24-year-old Tyrell Omar Smith was fatally shot yesterday while pushing his young son in a toy stroller in East Oakland.
With the price of tickets, food, drinks and team merchandise, it will cost a family of four a lot to attend a MLB game.
Neglected horses reported in El Sobrante weeks ago were ignored by Animal Control until a county supervisor leaned on them to act.
Stop looking at that puppy in the window, ditch the puppy mills, and head to your local shelter to adopt a dog.
Perhaps too smart for their own good, students who hacked into their school’s attendance system and “sold” absences to other students are facing expulsion.
First John Brennan got naked at Portland International Airport yesterday to prove he wasn’t carrying explosives. Then he got arrested.
Low-income youth will ride Muni for free starting in August, but Sunday drivers will need to feed parking meters to help pay for it.