The last time the Warriors faced off with the Nuggets, Golden State managed just 81 points. Monday night, they were to 64 by halftime.
An inflatable dam on the Russian River near Forestville will be taken down starting Monday to protect residents downstream.
Supervisors Jane Kim and Norman Yee today announced a ballot measure that would finance the expansion of childcare subsidies.
A San Francisco police officer was arrested Monday after he was accused of sexually assaulting someone while they were unconscious and incapacitated.
The 49ers announced Monday that Ken Norton Jr. has been named an assistant coach.
The pilot program begins in April when 250 pedal-assist e-bikes will be added to San Francisco’s Ford GoBike network.
Seagulls examined in a new study had stomachs full of glass, metal, and even building materials.
A man was injured in San Francisco’s Mission District on Saturday evening during an apparent drive-by shooting.
A man suffered serious injuries when he was deliberately run over in a South of Market parking lot early Sunday.
A Petaluma man was killed when an off-road vehicle he was driving rolled over Saturday night in unincorporated Sonoma County.
A man was seriously injured in a stabbing in San Francisco’s Cole Valley Saturday night.
A man was badly hurt in an attack in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood Sunday morning.
The California Highway Patrol’s Golden Gate Division and the cities of Sunnyvale and Santa Clara will now offer the option to text 911 to report emergencies.
Starting Monday, a third rail car has been added to more morning and afternoon Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit commuter runs.
Immigrants who came to the U.S. from El Salvador in recent years under disaster-related Temporary Protected Status designations will lose that protection from deportation.
Bruno Mars, The Killers and Muse are the headlining acts at this year’s BottleRock Napa Valley festival taking place in May.
A flash flood watch has been issued for this afternoon through Tuesday morning for several areas affected by the North Bay wildfires.
A person called the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Thursday night and said someone had three hostages and an assault rifle.