Despite San Francisco canceling its traditional New Year’s Eve fireworks, many Bay Area transit agencies still plan to offer extended and free service Friday evening.
Two horses got loose near Tracy earlier this week and a vehicle hit and killed one of them.
Homeless advocates in San Francisco on Tuesday blasted The City’s recent plan to address mental health and drug use in the Tenderloin.
A southbound train heading towards San Jose collided with a vehicle on the tracks in San Francisco on Wednesday evening.
The public can now buy fresh, live Dungeness Crab directly from crabbing boats starting today on Piers 45 and 47 on Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco.
San Francisco is temporarily reinstating Indoor mask requirements for specific indoor settings, starting Dec. 30, 2021 until Jan. 31, 2022.
John Madden, who won a Super Bowl with the Oakland Raiders and went on to be a television commentator and namesake of a popular football video game series, has died at the age of 85.
It was obvious the Warriors would suffer without Draymond Green on the defensive side of the ball, but their offense Tuesday night was just as lost without him.
Despite Covid, Santa Clara County property values grew by $25.4 billion in 2021, rising to a record $576.9 billion.
No charges will be filed against a journalist arrested last month during a confrontation with Sausalito Police at a homeless encampment.
San Francisco leaders Tuesday announced the cancellation of the New Year’s Eve fireworks show along the waterfront due to a surge in Covid-19 cases.
A 36-year-old motorcyclist died early Tuesday morning following a crash with another vehicle along U.S. Highway 101 in Menlo Park.
San Francisco police are seeking a suspect in a home invasion robbery in the Outer Sunset on Monday afternoon.
A shooting overnight Monday near Battery and Sansome in the Financial District left two people injured.
San Francisco police are investigating a homicide in the Sunnydale neighborhood that took place Friday afternoon.
Snow fell on Mt. Hamilton and likely on other higher elevations of the Bay Area overnight and more could be on the way.
The National Weather Service said Sunday evening to expect ‘impossible’ travel in the Sierras and snow on some Bay Area peaks.
The National Weather Service said as of 5 p.m. Sunday, San Francisco has had 15.01 inches of rain since Oct. 1.
Police in San Francisco are asking residents to help them identify a man who attacked an elderly woman without provocation last weekend.
A majority of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted after midnight early Friday morning at a special meeting to allow Mayor London Breed to …