The A’s beat the Angels 9-5 in one of the more delay-ridden games in the team’s recent history.
The film “Concussion” has the cast, and the timing to bring added awareness to repetitive head trauma.
A Southwest Airlines plane departing from Oakland International Airport clipped the wing of another aircraft while backing out of a gate.
The Raiders looked really good in their final preseason game — when they didn’t have the ball.
A young woman was struck in the leg by gunfire as a party was breaking up in Golden Gate Park.
The U.S. Highway 101 Broadway overpass, closed over the weekend after a construction crane crashed into a transmission tower, reopened Monday.
The Sonoma County coroner’s office has identified a man who was found Saturday in Lake Ralphine.
Muni riders who are enjoying service increases from last April should know more relief is coming.
Quarterback Derek Carr was mostly off his mark, with his final play a puke-on-your-shoes pick-six.
Six San Quentin prison inmates have been diagnosed with Legionnaires disease as of today.
The Giants lost to the Cardinals on Sunday, putting them five games behind the Dodgers.
A Union City woman appears to have drowned after sliding down a cliff into the Pacific Ocean in the Big Sur area.
Officers were dispatched in South San Francisco around 9:30 a.m. on report of a middle-aged man with a rifle.
A body was found this evening in a lake in Howarth Park in Santa Rosa, police said.
Police arrested a 42-year-old San Francisco man Thursday afternoon in Fremont, on suspicion of exposing himself to females.
Visiting time for prisoners at San Quentin has been halted as health and prison officials investigate a case of Legionnaires disease.
The San Francisco 49ers lost the battle of the legs on Saturday night, as a late touchdown secured a 19-12 victory for the Denver Broncos at Mile High Stadium.
Lance Lynn held the Giants bats at bay while Cardinals hitters got the best of Ryan Vogelsong and the Giants’ bullpen.
A property owner may be cited for code violations after fire officials found hazardous waste at an office building in Richmond.
Thirty-seven new public buses, anticipated to be more eco-friendly and reliable, will arrive on San Francisco streets in September.