A facility at Pier 31 1/2 providing ferry service from San Francisco to Alcatraz Island is one step closer to reality.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved temporary limits on indoor agricultural enterprises – namely marijuana growing operations.
The Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved reconstruction plans for San Francisco’s Sunnydale and Potrero Hill public housing sites.
A group of Alameda County volunteers met in an Oakland basement to share grassroots ideas on how to end poverty.
The 49ers resume their search for a general manager as they continue to wait for Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan.
Emergency crews rescued a man Tuesday evening and are searching in the dark for second victim whose canoe capsized off the coast of Fremont.
The Redwood City Police Department will hold a memorial service for one its officers who died Friday of natural causes while on duty.
The San Mateo County Transportation Authority announced Tuesday the addition of five new shuttle routes to better serve high-traffic corridors throughout the county. The addition …
A deep sinkhole that opened up in a southbound lane of state Highway 13 in Oakland Monday has been repaired and traffic in the area is back to normal.
Recovery teams Tuesday were unable to locate a woman thought to have died when her car ran off Niles Canyon Road and ended up submerged in Alameda Creek.
A Berkeley couple who were found dead in their apartment on Monday afternoon were identified Tuesday, but what killed them remains a mystery.
A crew of 30 Santa Clara County firefighters put out a residential fire Tuesday morning in Lexington Hills, south of Los Gatos near the Lexington Reservoir.
Oakland International Airport is having a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday for its first premium passenger lounge.
Police recovered a stolen vehicle last week outside a hotel in Milpitas.
Firefighters are battling a one-alarm fire at a two-story home located at 406 H St. in Antioch.
Police have reopened a portion of Deakin Street in Berkeley after it was closed Monday for an investigation into the deaths of two people at a residence.
The SFMTA is contemplating whether to make its on-street car-sharing parking program permanent.