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.