The Warriors blitzed the short-handed Dallas Mavericks, never trailing on the way to a 116-95 victory.
I laid my two-year-old son, Ty, next to be comforted by his little snores as I watched state after state turn red on Election Night.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom today celebrated the passage of state ballot measures he backed legalizing recreational marijuana use and imposing new gun controls. Speaking at …
Tear gas was deployed in Oakland Wednesday night where an anti-Trump demonstration has been declared an unlawful assembly.
San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener appears to have defeated Supervisor Jane Kim in a hard-fought campaign for District 11 state Senate.
Bay Area voters in BART’s three-district counties approved a $3.5 billion bond measure Tuesday night that will go toward repairing the transit system’s aging infrastructure.
The A’s record was one of the worst in baseball this season, as were the team’s rankings in several key statistical categories.
Hundreds of students at three high schools in the East Bay staged walkouts this morning to denounce the outcome of Tuesday’s presidential election.
Police are investigating a homicide after a man was found dead early Wednesday morning in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood.
Students at Berkeley High School have staged a walkout and rally outside of the school this morning in opposition of the outcome of Tuesday’s presidential election.
San Jose city officials and employee unions appear to have gained a victory Tuesday with voter approval of an alternative pension reform plan for city workers.
A Los Angeles man has been sentenced to 24 years and six months in prison for the 2013 armed robbery of a Carmel jewelry store.
BART’s 3.5 billion bond measure is holding on to the required combined two-thirds approval in the transit district’s three Bay Area counties.
Several dozen protesters are marching in Oakland early Wednesday morning following the election of Republican candidate Donald Trump as the next president.
The balance of power on San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors shifted toward the center following Tuesday’s election.
A longtime South Bay congressional leader is losing his seat to a newcomer in their second contest against each other.
Voters deemed a three-quarters cent sales tax bump too steep a cost for increased transit and homeless services.