The United States Postal Service is considering closing a post office in Richmond in order to consolidate retail operations.
Several injuries were reported and at least four banks were vandalized Wednesday night after demonstrators marched away from the scene of a violent protest.
San Francisco transit riders this week will have a chance to win two tickets to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
San Francisco Police Department officials announced Wednesday evening that they have suspended participation with the FBI’s controversial Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Waymo saw fewer disengagements with the self-driving technology in 2016 compared to 2015.
The Warriors used lightning quick strikes to deal thunderous blows to scorch the Charlotte Hornets.
It appears “extremely unlikely” that the Titans of Mavericks surf contest will be held this year.
Demonstrators marched away from the scene of a violent protest after a canceled speaking event by controversial far-right writer and speaker Milo Yiannopoulos at the University of California at Berkeley tonight as police staged nearby to intervene.
A new interim superintendent took over for the Oakland Unified School District Wednesday while the district announced it was launching a survey to find out what qualities the community wants in its next district leader.
Monterey County Health Department officials are offering free tuberculosis screenings to individuals who may have been exposed at the Salinas Courthouse on two occasions last year.
The contractor who accidentally pierced a 2-inch gas line in Mountain View Wednesday morning, causing a gas leak at Google’s headquarters, did not call 811 before digging.
A federal magistrate in Oakland Wednesday ordered a psychological evaluation for the widow of a man who shot and killed 49 people in a Florida nightclub.
Some 600 Google employees were evacuated from two buildings at the company’s headquarters in Mountain View Wednesday morning.
Pool chemicals that mixed accidentally caused a hazardous materials incident in a Benicia garage Monday.
An “Irish Goodbye” event is taking place at the San Francisco restaurant Lefty O’Doul’s Wednesday, the last day it will run under the current operators at its location at 333 Geary St.
A fire that broke out Tuesday morning at the Santa Cruz Yacht Harbor sunk one boat and caused serious damage to three more.
A man was arrested Tuesday in Antioch on suspicion of identity theft after he was found in possession of false identification and mail that did not belong to him.