Proposed settlements that would give Uber and Lyft drivers up to $127 million went before two different federal judges in San Francisco Thursday.
An officer was assaulted and arrests were made after an appearance by the presumptive Republican nominee.
Strength in Numbers may be more marketing ploy than motto, but the Warriors lived by it in their Game 1 win.
The family of a man who killed himself last year while in custody in San Francisco filed a federal civil rights lawsuit alleging authorities failed to provide proper psychiatric care or supervision.
A University of California at Berkeley assistant professor has now been accused by three female students of sexual harassment.
A new eastbound on-ramp from San Francisco’s Treasure Island to the Bay Bridge opened Thursday, replacing a temporary on-ramp.
Legislation requiring short-term rental companies to verify that hosts are registered with The City is set to go before the Board of Supervisors next week.
Police arrested a 28-year-old man Wednesday night in San Ramon on suspicion of sexually assaulting a Lyft driver.
A jury today recommended the death penalty for an Oakland man who was convicted of murdering an 8-year-old girl and a 22-year-old man in separate incidents.
A suspect who was barricaded inside a home in Fremont for hours after allegedly shooting and injuring two officers on Wednesday afternoon has died.
The Fremont Police Department Thursday morning is reporting residents on lockdown due to a standoff with an armed suspect barricaded in a home may leave their homes
It will be a slightly different trip to Houston for the A’s this time around, however, as the Astros are 14-13 at home.
Deputies have made contact with a barricaded and armed suspect wanted in connection with the Wednesday shooting of two Fremont police officers.