Mental health professionals will be required to undergo suicide prevention training under a bill signed Wednesday by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Another student has been arrested for making a social media threat against Pittsburg High School, officials with the Pittsburg Unified School District said Thursday.
A member of the San Francisco Unified School District’s Board of Education is proposing that the district do away with its school lottery system.
The Cupertino City Council voted Wednesday night to approve a potential plan for the revival of Vallco Mall.
A San Francisco Superior Court judge will hear arguments Oct. 10 on a bid by Monsanto Co. for dismissal of a $289 million jury verdict for a cancer-stricken gardener.
The first line of The Story So Far’s “Proper Dose” set the tone for their brief appearance at Berkeley’s Amoeba Music.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors settled a $850,000 lawsuit involving the death of a 12-year-old student back in 2015.
Muni subway riders may have noticed new automated voices announcing the arrival of Muni trains.
The A’s rode a six-run fourth to victory Wednesday and cinched a series win over the Angels Thursday afternoon in dominant 21-3 fashion.
Whole Foods and two related entities will pay $1.64 million to settle a civil action alleging that it violated California laws for the safe storage, handling and disposal of hazardous waste.
Cal/OSHA has issued GreenWaste Recovery four citations for a workplace accident in which a driver was fatally struck by his own vehicle.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera is suing a construction company and several of its contractors and clients.
Sherill Lynn Smothers was found guilty of a cold-case murder in Richmond from 1983 after skipping bail for a previous court date.
A man is in critical condition Thursday morning after San Francisco firefighters rescued him from the water near The City’s Aquatic Park.