Opponents of a proposal to arm San Francisco police with Tasers turned out in force at a public meeting.
Things have to go perfectly for the Giants on Clayton Kershaw day, even with his team in an historic slump.
The Oakland Athletics selected a site near Lake Merritt for their future ballpark.
The Berkeley City Council voted 6-3 at a special meeting Tuesday to allow the city’s police officers to use pepper spray.
Lawsuits filed Wednesday allege that security guards failed to stop a gunman who killed four people, including himself.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District Tuesday issued a Notice of Violation to the now-shuttered Russian consulate in San Francisco.
Five of the six people who died as the result of a collision between a Mercedes-Benz and a Peterbilt truck in western Fresno County last week were from Union City.
San Francisco supervisors Tuesday put the approval of most new medical cannabis dispensaries on hold.
The Giants have announced their 2018 schedule. And for the ninth-straight year the stands at AT&T park will be empty on Opening Day.
With all the uncertainty pulsing through the NFL, one thing is absolutely certain — Kaepernick has more than enough talent to play in this league.
The Oakland Athletics have announced their 2018 schedule, which includes the team’s second season-opening day game in 41 years.
San Francisco sunk Los Angeles 8-6 well after 2 a.m. to extend the Dodgers losing streak to 11 games.
University of California at Berkeley Vice Chancellor Scott Biddy said Monday that the university is investigating a campus police officer’s ticketing of a hot dog vendor Saturday.
A resolution urging the removal of Justin Herman’s name from the plaza at intersection of Market Street and The Embarcadero is moving forward.
Milpitas police remain engaged in a standoff with a man at a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant.
Neighborhoods near several Caltrain stations along the Peninsula will be quieter starting Wednesday.