Jameis Winston provides great value for week eight in daily fantasy leagues.
Police are warning that a group posing as utility workers may attempt a residential burglary in Petaluma this weekend.
In an unexpected roster move, the San Francisco 49ers waived dynamic running back and Australian rugby star Jarryd Hayne.
State officials today said they have halted liquor sales at a San Jose restaurant after two shootings, one of them fatal, occurred there in less than a month.
Police are investigating a Friday night shooting on Fillmore Street in San Francisco that sent two people to the hospital.
Beginning Sunday, Bay Area transit riders will be able to use their Clipper cards on four more transit agencies in the East Bay.
An Oakland man ejected from a sports car during an early morning crash in East Oakland was pronounced dead at the scene.
Advocates for Animals has scheduled a protest at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Saturday afternoon.
A 2-year-old girl in a stroller suffered life-threatening injuries when she was hit by a car in San Francisco’s Laurel Heights neighborhood.
Palo Alto fire crews responsded to a report of a suspicious odor at the Westin Hotel on El Camino Real Thursday evening.
Even with damage control, the soap-opera dramatics amount to yet another distraction.
Hundreds of boisterous fans at a town hall event asked the NFL not to move the Raiders out of the East Bay.
A lawsuit seeking to force San Francisco to remove The City’s Hetch Hetchy will be allowed to proceed.
The selection of a developer for a $6 billion reuse project at the Concord Naval Weapons Station is on hold.
A class action lawsuit claims San Francisco’s wealth-based pretrial detention system unfairly targets low-income inmates.
One of the workers at Mariscos San Juan #3 restaurant at 205 N. Fourth St. tested positive for shigella.
The East Bay Municipal Utility District released today nearly 1,100 names of customers who in a two-month billing cycle used more than 1,000 gallons of water.
Police in London are seeking a San Francisco man who has been missing since last week after he traveled to England for a job interview.
Four women killed in a two-car collision near Yosemite National Park were identified as residents of Santa Clara and Alameda counties.
A couple suspected of stealing roughly $400 worth of Christmas toys meant for children while burglarizing a Castroville church were arrested Wednesday.
Early next month the public will be able to comment on the proposed changes to Caltrain fares and station parking fees.
San Jose’s police chief has been selected to lead the Tracy Police Department in San Joaquin County.
One person was killed and another suffered major injuries in a multi-vehicle collision on state Highway 1.
San Francisco supervisors are looking ahead so that The City does not fall behind when it comes to public transportation.
Golden State’s offseason went like this: bottle, bottle, new corkscrew, bottle.
Point guard Stephen Curry picked up where no player has left off, breaking the scoring record for a reigning MVP to open the season.
A San Francisco man was indicted by a federal grand jury Tuesday on charges of robbing four banks in The City.
San Francisco Supervisor David Campos and proponents of Proposition I held a rally outside San Francisco City Hall Tuesday.
The Royals are a different animal, and they proved that last year.
A Fairfield man fatally stabbed by his stepson during a domestic violence incident with his wife had been arrested earlier this year for another domestic violence incident.
Changing gun safety policies have prompted San Francisco’s last remaining gun shop to close its doors.
Harrison Barnes will not receive a contract extension this offseason, and it appears that the Warriors are planning on pursuing Kevin Durant in 2016.
A security officer at a Colma Target store pleaded no contest on Monday to grand theft for stealing thousands of dollars worth of electronics.
A quick start for Golden State could be tough, with five straight games against playoff teams to open the season.
Golden State’s reserve center, Nigerian-born Festus Ezeli, has a lot at stake this season.
Tucked away among the buildings of San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center, a struggle between good and evil begins to rise.