The California Public Utilities Commission, which regulates rail transit safety, issued its largest fine ever to a public agency Thursday.
The California Public Utilities Commission at a meeting in San Francisco Thursday approved a revised fee calculation that will result in higher charges to customers who choose to buy their electricity from local governments instead of investor-owned utilities.
Public health officials in Monterey County have lifted health advisories that were issued at three beaches due to fecal matter contamination.
A 23-year-old Santa Cruz man was arrested on suspicion of child annoyance for approaching eight teenage girls last week and asking them on dates, police reported.
Mayor London Breed announced Thursday she’s expedited projects on three of The City’s most dangerous streets.
A former San Francisco shopkeeper, charged with killing two rival shopkeepers in the city’s Fisherman’s Wharf neighborhood nearly eight years ago, has been found guilty of double homicide for the second time, prosecutors said Thursday.
San Jose will be the inaugural city to partner with Airbnb for the “Host Corps” project, offering free housing through local hosts during disasters and emergencies.
A vehicle struck and killed a woman in Salinas on Wednesday evening, police said Thursday.
A storage shed on the property of a preschool in Alameda burned in a fire Thursday morning.
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered the city of San Francisco to return a towed car to a homeless man who couldn’t afford to pay the parking tickets.