City officials broke ground Thursday on one of the biggest waterfront developments in San Francisco.
The Santa Clara County Civil Grand Jury released a report Wednesday on police and mental health with recommendations that can help law enforcement.
Nearly $30 million in additional general fund investments in the next fiscal year will go toward preventing homelessness in San Francisco.
Goodwill Industries of the East Bay Area and an affiliate have agreed to pay $850,000 to eight former and current employees to settle a sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said Thursday.
Two men suspected of fatally stabbing a man during a fight in Santa Rosa Wednesday evening have been arrested in Tracy, Santa Rosa police Lt. John Cregan said Thursday afternoon.
A yachtsman who illegally anchored his trimaran in Aquatic Park Cove in the City was ordered during his sentencing in federal court Thursday not to sail any boat of any kind into the cove in the next five years.
San Francisco officials recognized the City’s need for more protected bicycle lanes on the 24th annual Bike To Work Day.
Local, state and federal officials announced Thursday the virtual completion of debris removal from 4,500 parcels burned or damaged in the October wildfires in Sonoma, Napa, Lake and Mendocino counties.
An incident that made students and teachers ill at Oak Grove High School in San Jose on Wednesday afternoon was likely caused by pepper spray, according to the East Side Union High School District.
Fire crews extinguished a 1-alarm fire near Twin Peaks in San Francisco early Thursday morning.
A residential one-alarm fire was placed under control late Wednesday afternoon in the Richmond, according to fire officials.