The U.S. Women’s soccer team surpassed expectations and overthrew top-ranked Germany in a 2-0 victory.
The A’s had their best shot Tuesday night with Brett Lawrie at the dish, the bases loaded, and two outs.
Former state Sen. Leland Yee, who faces corruption and money-laundering charges, and three other men are scheduled for change of plea hearings in federal court.
Gov. Jerry Brown Tuesday signed a controversial bill eliminating personal belief exemptions from vaccination requirements for students.
Lawmakers passed a resolution to rename the Waldo Tunnel in Marin County as the Robin Williams Tunnel.
The San Jose Sharks went from having no starting goaltender to one of the best up-and-coming netminders in the league.
NBA Free agency arrives for the champion Golden State Warriors at 9 p.m. tonight here on the West Coast.
The July 21 clash between the San Jose Earthquakes and Manchester United will be played at Avaya Stadium.
Marreese Speights, 27, will make a bit over $3.8 million in the final year of his contract with Golden State.
Newspaper publisher Manh Nguyen has been elected to represent District 4 on the San Jose City Council.
An unknown male suspect seriously injured a man in his mid 40s in San Francisco’s West Portal neighborhood.
As the NHL Draft came and went, the San Jose Sharks seemed in the middle of trade rumors.
The A’s dominated as starter Kendall Graveman pitched seven scoreless innings.
The U.S. Women’s soccer team face their toughest opponent in No. 1 ranked Germany.
A small group of UCSF nurses gathered near the proposed site of Warriors arena to express their concerns.
Two dogs died while six others survived a three-alarm house fire that was brought under control in San Francisco’s Ingleside neighborhood.
A vegetation fire has burned roughly 20 acres northeast of Gilroy this afternoon and is 80 percent contained.
San Francisco-based special agents seized nearly $500,000 in counterfeit Golden State Warriors merchandise.
A suspect in an early-morning hit and run in Benicia that left a pedestrian critically injured on Father’s Day turned himself in Saturday.
Two men were injured by gunfire and one man was beaten after two groups of people decided to settle a dispute in a church parking lot.