If basketball has any say, the NBA’s best answered the age-old question Monday night: What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? After …
Dogged by allegations of systemic racism, San Francisco police Monday unveiled a campaign to root out and address potential bigotry.
Neither Golden State or San Antonio will say that their face off is any more or less important than any other game, regardless of what perception is.
Oakland’s 68-94 record in 2015 was horrendous, but provided substantial playing time for several young up-and-comers that the team hopes will help turn things around.
An appeals court ruled that the estate and widow of the late Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis are liable for about $2.5 million in taxes.
Three San Francisco insiders charged Friday with taking contributions from undercover FBI agents in return for political access and favors have surrendered.
San Francisco nonprofit housing developers turned out to support legislation that would reduce the time needed for affordable housing to win approval.
Failing bluffs along the Pacifica shoreline have led city officials to declare a third apartment building uninhabitable.
A San Mateo County judge has been admonished by a state commission for inappropriate behavior toward women working in his courtroom.
No arrests were made when deputies discovered a cockfight Sunday morning in Monterey County.
The Tay Train just found enough trestle to reach Hawaii. Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray was selected to his first pro bowl as a …