Madison Bumgarner took a tough luck loss looking for the top spot in wins Friday night.
A sickly bat that was found earlier this week on a Fremont street has tested positive for rabies.
Hackers took control of the five news websites of Embarcadero Media Group on Thursday night.
A Daly City man was sentenced to two years, eight months in prison Thursday for fraudulently purchasing more than 167 iPads.
A female pedestrian killed Wednesday in a collision with a car in San Francisco’s Lower Nob Hill neighborhood has been identified.
Police in Menlo Park are investigating a case of animal cruelty after a decapitated rabbit was found Thursday.
Lake Anza in Berkeley has been closed for swimming due to a bloom of toxic blue-green algae.
An Oakland labor official working to organize the medical marijuana industry was indicted by a federal grand jury
Santa Clara County has terminated its contract for a $300 million hospital construction project in San Jose.
Three correctional deputies due in court Friday for a murder charge in an inmate’s death allegedly assaulted other inmates earlier this year.
August Bay Area home sales dropped more than 10 percent from July, but were up nearly 5 percent from a year ago.
Plans to demolish the largest pier in the old eastern span of the Bay Bridge using explosives took another step forward Thursday.
The CPUC approved a settlement requiring Comcast to pay $33.4 million for releasing the unlisted phone numbers of nearly 75,000 customers.
A San Francisco police motorcycle officer was injured in a crash during a training session on Interstate Highway 280 Thursday afternoon.
Screenwriter Meghan Dubitsky hopes her new web series will get her foot in the door to Hollywood.