A tablet mockup developed by a newspaper company in the 1990s took center stage Tuesday in the Apple-Samsung case.
A sword-wielding San Jose man is in custody for allegedly slashing and stabbing a well-known homeless woman to death with a samurai-style weapon.
Bob Myers has had the job for just a few months, but he’s learning what he can and can’t say to the media.
The DMV’s computers are back online after a five-hour outage forced frustrated customers to cancel or reschedule appointments.
Trash scavenging in The City is illegal, yet it’s a creative way for some of our poorest residents to get by.
A new Bay Area-themed 18-hole mini golf course in Alameda lets you hit your ball over the Golden Gate Bridge.
Spend the weekend cuddling your pet tiger? Or selling a tank for your alligator? If you did it online, look out.
The San Francisco Police Department has underreported arrests of Latinos and Asians for more than a decade.
You the lucky winner with a half-million dollar unclaimed ticket lying around? Congratulations! Here are some things to do with your loot.
After Apple called its final witness in its landmark smartphone legal battle, Samsung tried in vain to get the case dismissed.