Residents, community members and city officials celebrated the reopening of 92 units of public housing Thursday.
The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office is hosting its last “Urban Shield” first-responder training exercise in its current format this weekend.
Two nature preserves along state Highway 1 on the Sonoma County Coast are slated to open to guests for the first time at 8 a.m. Friday, according to county officials.
A federal appeals court in San Francisco revived a lawsuit today filed against the National Football League by 10 retired players who allege the league “recklessly and negligently” gave them opiates and other painkillers that left them with lasting injuries.
A woman convicted of killing a Chihuahua by throwing it from the seventh floor of a parking garage in downtown San Francisco in February was sentenced to three years in state prison Thursday, according to prosecutors.
Environmental leaders and activists from around the world will gather next week at San Francisco’s Moscone Center to discuss ways to continue combating climate change.