One day after Sean Manaea captured Oakland’s undivided attention, Jesse Hahn emphatically reminded the Athletics of his own presence.
A San Mateo County sheriff’s deputy suffered minor injuries during an anti-Donald Trump protest.
It took more than two periods of pressure for the Sharks to crack Pekka Renne’s padlock on the Nashville net.
SF police are searching for a person in connection with a hotel sexual assault in the Financial District.
Will Redmond, who is coming off an ACL tear, was selected by the 49ers in the third round of the draft.
The A’s celebrated a their homecoming with a walkoff, three-run homer from Yonder Alonso.
Shilique Calhoun, the Raiders third round selection in the 2016 NFL Draft, might have the ability to line up anywhere.
Luke Walton has earned a promotion — of sorts.
Despite drafting defensive lineman in rounds 2 and 3, Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio insists that Mario Edwards’ health is just fine.
Rep. Mark DeSaulnier offered a provision in a defense spending bill that the Navy examine racial bias in the treatment of black sailors court-martialed after the deadly Port Chicago explosion.
Another officer with the San Francisco Police Department has been arrested and suspended without pay after an internal affairs investigation.
The Raiders second round pick was made with upside in mind, a very raw defensive lineman is headed to Oakland.
After dodging loud protests, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke to California delegates Friday.
A series of robberies targeting Bay Area restaurants ended with the arrest of three suspects last week.
Protests are growing rapidly outside the Hyatt Regency in Burlingame where Donald Trump is scheduled to speak.
A man suffered a small stab wound when he tried to stop a man who allegedly ordered a burrito from a Mission Street restaurant and then left without paying for it.
Two Northern California men have been indicted for allegedly transporting expensive wine that was stolen from restaurants in Yountville and Cupertino.
The 49ers dealt three picks, and receive arguably the draft’s best offensive guard.
After beginning their 10-game road trip with a three game sweep of the Yankees (8-12) in New York, the A’s (11-12) finished going 5-5 thanks in large part to the series loss in the Motor City.
The 49ers gave up their 37th, 105th and 178th pick in this year’s draft for an impact guard out of Stanford