Renewed calls for safer streets for pedestrians and bicyclists was a major theme of this year’s Walk to Work Day.
A man was killed Wednesday night on eastbound state Highway 4 in Pittsburg.
PG&E officials said power has been restored to all customers in the area of Pier 23 in San Francisco.
The nation’s third-largest population of homeless people, roughly 28,000, reside in the Bay Area, and most of them are unsheltered.
A person was fatally struck by a train on the tracks at Hillsdale Station in San Mateo.
A young Santa Rosa man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to stabbing his older brother to death in Healdsburg in March.
A majority of voters in Alameda’s special election Tuesday decided to convert several vacant office buildings on McKay Avenue.
A Guerneville man was sentenced Wednesday to nine months in jail and three years’ probation for making a criminal threat against a gay Starbucks barista.
Benicia Middle School was temporarily locked down as a precaution Wednesday morning after threatening graffiti was found in a bathroom.
A 33-year-old man was arrested Monday after allegedly firing his gun in a home in unincorporated Menlo Park where two young toddlers were in the next room.
A fire at a home in Daly City displaced six people and a pet Tuesday night.
Lafayette Mayor Cam Burks announced Monday night he will be stepping down as mayor.