A program where grazing goats helped “recycle” old Christmas has ended for the year.
A federal judge in San Francisco said Wednesday he plans to dismiss a copyright lawsuit filed on behalf of an Indonesian monkey.
Some San Francisco residents whose monthly Muni passes failed to load properly to their Clipper cards at the start of the month could be eligible for a refund.
Stuart Scott impacted a lot of people. In a tumultuous year of loss in my own life, I found solace in Stu’s message.
A San Francisco sheriff’s deputy convicted of attacking a disabled patient at San Francisco General Hospital was sentenced Wednesday to 100 hours of community service.
The San Francisco Fire Department reports a sinkhole has developed in The City’s Bayview District.
San Jose police are investigating a report of a body found at a recycling facility Wednesday morning.
A bill introduced to the state Senate Monday would step up state inspections of tour bus operators in response to a crash in San Francisco’s Union Square that injured 20 people.
Drivers who pay for parking at meters should bring some extra change when parking in San Francisco.