First-year Giant outfielder Nori Aoki has reinvigorated the leadoff spot with his speed, but it hasn’t come without a price.
A San Francisco police officer who pleaded not guilty last week to charges that stemmed from an alleged alcohol-fueled fight with his girlfriend could lose his job if convicted.
Thursday the Giants take a break from their upcoming East Coast trip to walk through the doors of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
The Oakland Raiders continued their final set of OTAs Tuesday, with the team working to sort out roles.
The Mission, traditionally a neighborhood with a high volume of requests for the city to remove human waste, is the newest neighborhood to benefit from staffed public toilets.
Avert your eyes. Focus your attention on the Warriors in the NBA Finals, if you need. Because the Giants are skidding into June.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors rejected a proposed moratorium on market-rate housing development in the Mission.
Salvaged steel from the old eastern span of the Bay Bridge will be recycled into public art and history projects throughout California.
Police are investigating an officer involved shooting that occurred in Daly City Wednesday night after a law enforcement officer was dragged by a vehicle.
The San Jose City Council has passed an ordinance that will ban the distribution of coupons for tobacco products.
A vehicle that police said was being driven by robbery suspects struck a pedestrian on Market Street Tuesday evening.
One of San Francisco’s first painted stretch of red transit-only lanes will now become permanent.
The Raiders have one area that they feel is strong that hasn’t been good in recent memory: Their offensive line.
After the New Orleans Saints released linebacker Curtis Lofton in March, it didn’t take long before he secured work.