The Sharks went into Staples Center on a tear, but they left Los Angeles on a sour note.
As most of San Francisco sleeps, Muni workers repair the underground cable that carries The City’s iconic cable cars.
An inclement weather episode has been declared starting this evening and lasting through Wednesday morning for southern Santa Clara County.
Four people were displaced in the Castro Valley area when an electrical issue caused a TV to ignite, leading to a residential structure fire.
Minimum wage workers in three of the Bay Area’s largest cities are set to get a raise in the New Year.
A man was taken into custody after using a 2-foot-long sword to threaten patrons of a Richmond business.
Golden State’s veteran committee turned rough night into a golden showing of leadership and tenacity.
San Francisco prosecutors Friday said they will not retry a man accused of battery on a police officer in a struggle with BART police that was captured on bystander video this summer.
The Warriors may have had the day off Thursday, but their pair of rookies did not.
Firefighters successfully extinguished a two-alarm fire that spread quickly through a Palo Alto home early Friday morning.
A man carrying a briefcase of jewelry was punched and robbed Thursday evening in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood.
Milpitas police booked a Sunol woman into the county jail last week on suspicion of several offenses including identity theft and possession of drugs.
For the 17th consecutive year, Muni passengers can ride free New Year’s Eve into New Year’s Day.
San Francisco fire fighters have rescued an elderly man and one cat in a fire in Potrero Hill Thursday evening.
BART police took a person into custody who ran into the Transbay Tube from Embarcadero Station Thursday evening.
Firefighters have contained a two-alarm fire burning in an apartment building in unincorporated Ashland in Alameda County.
A woman was found dead at a homeless encampment in San Jose on Christmas morning.
The smell of rotten eggs that has perplexed residents in San Francisco and Richmond over the last two days could have come from a sulfur release during flaring incidents at the Chevron refinery in Richmond.
An 86-year-old woman who was reported missing by her family on Wednesday was found safe Thursday.
New U.S. sanctions against Russia for hacking efforts targeting the presidential election include kicking out Russian government officials at the Russian Consulate in San Francisco, where the officials have been given 72 hours to leave the country.