Your list of Fourth of July hot spots just got longer, now that 65 out of 70 state parks scheduled to close on Sunday will remain open.
Golden State got the athletic small forward they were looking for in 6-foot-8 Harrison Barnes from North Carolina.
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson – a married man, and an ordained minister – is coming clean about hooking up with a stripper six years ago, and her repeated demands for money to keep it all on the hush.
Raider wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey went to court today for DUI charges. His attorney believes there was an error in the toxicology report.
A Berkeley councilwoman’s ride-along with police turned into an adventure where she helped identify a robbery suspect.
Mayor Ed Lee proposed a stop-and-frisk policy that would allow officers to randomly stop people for search, leaving a bad taste in the mouth of The City.
A woman who allegedly threw her purse at a car full of teens after being struck by a milkshake winds up losing money.
San Jose Olympic hopeful Josh Dixon hopes his gymnastics will make more headlines than his sexual preference.
Mike’s Pharmacy in Oakland is participating in a pilot program to make HIV screenings a permanent service in drugstores nationwide.
If you think your job is hard, imagine being a Caltrain engineer, where watching people kill themselves is a real possibility each day.
Zynga’s newest game, The Ville, features cyber sex situations and ad hoc hookups with random acquaintances.
America’s obsession with smartphones has helped attract game development to San Francisco and the Bay Area.