The Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport now has more electric vehicle charging stations in the long-term parking lot and in front of the airport terminal, county officials announced Tuesday.
Two women surrendered to police after seeing themselves in a viral video vandalizing a Pakistani restaurant Saturday during San Francisco’s annual, unsanctioned SantaCon event, police said today.
Any major expansions of homes would be reviewed to determine if the expansion is “necessary and desirable.”
Police said no explosive device or suspicious package was found Tuesday evening in an office building on Facebook’s main campus in Menlo Park.
A protest outside the San Francisco office of House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi ended peacefully Tuesday with no arrests, according to the group behind the action, the Sunrise Movement.
A 32-year-old Sacramento man died in a collision between two big-rigs on westbound Interstate Highway 580 in Dublin early Tuesday afternoon, the California Highway Patrol said.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced Tuesday it will become a party in a whistleblower lawsuit filed in federal court in San Francisco against Sacramento-based Sutter Health LLC and the Palo Alto Medical Foundation.
A woman was sentenced Tuesday to four years in state prison for fatally shooting another woman while they were riding together in a car in East Oakland last year.
Bay Area activists and environmental groups gathered Tuesday in San Francisco to demand that PG&E be held responsible for its role in the deadly Camp Fire in Butte County last month.
The Athletics finished the 2018 season with four healthy starting pitchers on their 40-man roster — none of them especially reliable.