Supervisor London Breed is calling upon the SFMTA to explain what exactly went wrong during the NextBus outage.
California’s commercial rock crab season was extended Wednesday to include the entire coastal area from Pillar Point Harbor in San Mateo County all the way to the Mexican border.
A plea Wednesday in a case alleging a 28-year-old youth counselor had sex with two underage girls was delayed until early next month so the defense has time to review 17 new charges related to a second victim.
A lawsuit challenging the approval of the 5M project, a large mixed-use development in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood, has been rejected.
A spokesman for San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon said Wednesday prosecutors are mulling whether to appeal a ruling overturning the double murder conviction of …
Bay Area officials responded with defiance Wednesday to an executive order by President Donald Trump denying federal grant funds to cities and counties that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities, vowing to maintain their “Sanctuary City” policies.
Silicon Valley Power officials said that crews have restored power to all of the 2,700 customers who lost power earlier Wednesday in Santa Clara.
Vacaville police said Wednesday a man who was convicted of a Butte County homicide was arrested Tuesday for the murder of a 14-year-old girl in Vacaville 34 years ago.
A judge has issued a temporary restraining order barring the family running San Francisco’s Union Square mainstay Lefty O’Doul’s from removing memorabilia and other property.
A man on Tuesday reported being assaulted earlier this month in San Francisco’s Silver Terrace neighborhood when another man punched him during an argument.
For the second time in under a day, a home caught fire in Antioch early Tuesday morning.
Police on Tuesday released the names of two officers who shot and killed a knife-wielding teen in Salinas last week.
State Highway 4 at Willow Pass Road in Concord is clear after two crashes closed lanes Wednesday morning.
A Contra Costa judge sentenced three San Francisco gang members Monday to multiple life sentences in prison for the murder of a man and woman in 2012.