A former finance official with the Association of Bay Area Governments was sentenced in federal court in San Francisco Wednesday to one year and one day in prison.
The Warriors beat the rival Los Angeles Clippers 114-98 Wednesday night, and while the box score noted eight lead changes, the outcome was hardly in question.
Legislation that would require San Francisco companies to provide fully paid parental leave to employees will go before the full Board of Supervisors in April.
A new 93-bed homeless housing and shelter site will be located in the Civic Center Hotel at 12th and Market streets.
Plastic “nurdles” washing up near Monterey Bay raising serious concerns for the safety of fish and birds.
A judge issued an order authorizing the sale of a troubled residential hotel in downtown Oakland to an affordable housing developer to rehabilitate it as long-term low-income housing.
The double-decker City Sightseeing bus was carrying passengers shortly before 3 p.m. when it struck a bicyclist in the 500 block of Post Street.
The Bay Area Bike Share program released the locations of 85 new stations with several hundred new bicycles in San Francisco and San Jose.
BART train service is gradually returning to a route between two East Bay stations that was beset by an electrical issue.
Personal vehicles will be banned in parking lots at each end of the Golden Gate Bridge on Saturday and Sunday.
The St. Louis Blues returned the sting of two home losses to San Jose earlier in the season by grinding out a 1-0 defensive victory.