The California Community College Board of Governors Monday approved plans to revamp the state’s two-year college accreditation commission.
An off-duty San Francisco police officer helped catch an alleged purse-snatcher in Half Moon Bay earlier this month.
San Francisco defense attorney Garrick Lew passed away this weekend, Public Defender Jeff Adachi said Monday.
The long-awaited opening of 90 units of affordable housing at MacArthur BART marks the first step to transform the station into a housing and retail hub.
Legislation that would give San Francisco school employees new eviction protections during the school year received unanimous support from a Board of Supervisors committee Monday.
East Bay Regional Park District officials in Washington, D.C. will highlight steps taken in response to the state’s water crisis.
Testing is being done Monday morning to investigate a glitch that knocked more than 50 BART train cars out of commission last week.
Arguments appear to have led to a pair of overnight shootings Saturday in San Francisco’s Mission District.
A Foster City couple accused of wildlife poaching in Tanzania is home after three weeks under arrest in Africa earlier this year.
Unemployment in San Francisco remained at its lowest level in more than a decade at 3.3 percent.