A two-goal first period by the Sharks would be trumped by a Jamie Benn hat trick as the Stars pulled off the comeback.
San Francisco housing activists opposing a bill that aims to increase housing near public transit statewide called on the city’s Board of Supervisors Tuesday to take a stance against it.
Chad Pinder may have the athleticism to play all nine positions in a single MLB game. The A’s might have wished he had Tuesday night.
More than 100 feet below Stockton Street, crews are working to complete Muni’s Chinatown station.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday voted unanimously to name San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 1 after The City’s first openly gay politician.
Nasim Najafi Aghdam, identified as the shooter by police, does not appear to have known the victims.
The Giants’ 6-4 loss to the Mariners in Tuesday’s home opener started in a familiar way.
Police are responding to an active shooter at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno Tuesday afternoon.
San Bruno police have asked the public this afternoon to avoid the area around 901 Cherry Ave., the address for YouTube’s headquarters.
The city of San Francisco is among seven cities and 17 states that sued the administration of President Donald Trump Tuesday.
One male victim is dead and another is injured after a shooting Monday evening in Oakland, according to police.
Bay Area residents who raise chickens outdoors can take their eggs to a University of California office in Santa Rosa to see if they contain contaminants, UC officials said.
A man accused of intentionally mowing down five people Wednesday in San Francisco’s Dogptach neighborhood, killing one of the victims, appeared in court Monday.
“Pineapple Express” showers will hit the Bay Area beginning Thursday and several locations may see heavy rainfall through Saturday morning.
Sahleem Tindle’s family left the Alameda County Superior Court disappointed and frustrated Tuesday after District Attorney Nancy O’Malley failed to answer a majority of their questions.
A historically dry February means the state’s water levels are still below average despite a series of late-winter storms.
San Francisco’s largest nonprofit providing services for homeless teens and young adults received a $2.5 million grant from the state. Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, …