An alleged serial armed robbery suspect was arrested Wednesday in South San Francisco following 10 or more robberies at businesses in San Mateo County between June and September, police said.
As many as 2,300 hotel workers at seven downtown San Francisco Marriott hotels could walk off the job after a vast majority voted Thursday to strike, union officials said.
A bicyclist suffered life-threatening injuries Thursday afternoon in a collision in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood.
Hundreds of protesters took over an intersection of downtown San Francisco Thursday morning to denounce what they say is Gov. Jerry Brown’s inaction on climate change as he attends the Global Climate Action Summit in The City this week.
A federal appeals court in San Francisco struck down a California law imposing a fee on railroads transporting oil and other hazardous materials Thursday.
The 152-acre Irving Fire burning at Samuel P. Taylor State Park northwest of Lagunitas in Marin County is 90 percent contained as of Thursday morning, county fire officials said.
Following an outpouring of response from advocates, politicians and the media, organizers of a privately funded homeless encampment in San Jose say law enforcement officials have backed off on enforcing a 72-hour notice to vacate the camp.
San Franciscans love their daily coffee. Yet, with all the disposable cups also comes an abundance of waste.
Trains entering West Portal Station have slowed over the last few days due to damage to the automatic train control system.