The Raiders made it lucky number five late Wednesday, signing former-Lions linebacker Tahir Whitehead via free agency.
The Oakland Raiders continue to be active with their hands in the free agent barrel, signing safety Marcus Gilchrist and fullback Keith Smith.
The Raiders have shaken things up in their receiving corps.
AAA is offering its free Tipsy Tow service this Saturday, St. Patrick’s Day, to make sure celebrants who consume too much green beer get home safely, a company spokesman said.
The 49ers reached a trade agreement that will send starting Daniel Kilgore and a seventh-round pick to the Dolphins.
A celebration of life service is scheduled Monday evening for the three women employees of The Pathway Home veterans’ treatment center in Yountville who were slain there last week.
The Raiders have apparently begun piecing together a back-up plan should they be without 2017 leading rusher Marshawn Lynch moving forward.
A San Francisco Municipal Railway streetcar and a bus collided Thursday morning along Market Street, sending two people to the hospital, according to Muni officials.
Antioch will create a desalination plant with a $10 million grant from the state of California, the city announced on Wednesday.
The San Francisco Police Commission voted Wednesday night to approve a policy for the use of Taser stun guns by police officers, a move that could possibly see officers armed with the less-lethal weapons as soon as the end of the year.
A Marin County sheriff’s deputy died early Thursday morning after a vehicle crash on state Highway 1 in rural west Marin County, a California Highway Patrol officer said.
Two people died in an apparent drowning in Oakland’s Lake Merritt this morning, police said.
The California Department of Public Health issued a warning Tuesday for paralytic shellfish poison found in shellfish caught in Sonoma County.
A man was arrested in Morgan Hill after he mixed chemicals and set off a loud explosion in his home on Monday, police reported.