San Francisco health officials have walked back an assertion made last week that a Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital official provided inaccurate information about the …
San Francisco Superior Court has finally cleared a backlog of 88,000 suspended driver’s licenses for failure to appear in traffic court.
More students in San Francisco are graduating San Francisco Unified School District officials announced Thursday.
State corrections officials don’t believe the deaths of two inmates who likely committed suicide at San Quentin State Prison this past weekend are related.
Seventeen people have been arrested and charged for a robbery scheme targeting Apple retail stores across the state that resulted in the loss of more than $1 million, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced Thursday.
A 21-year veteran of the San Jose Police Department has filed a lawsuit alleging racial discrimination from multiple officers in the days and years following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Poor condition of roads, congestion and traffic collisions are costing Bay Area drivers thousands of a dollars each year.
San Francisco Supervisor Norman Yee will call for a hearing when the Board of Supervisors returns from its summer recess to look at safety concerns.
A San Quentin State Prison correctional officer was injured in an alleged attack by an inmate on Monday, officials with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said Tuesday.
Forty people were arrested Tuesday afternoon for misdemeanor trespassing after protesting alleged animal abuse at a farm near Petaluma, the Sonoma County sheriff’s office confirmed.
Tetra Tech, a firm contracted by the U.S. Navy to clean up radiation at San Francisco’s Hunters Point Shipyard, said Wednesday it would pay for retesting at the site.
Regulators announced they have indefinitely suspended the license for a bar in San Francisco’s Excelsior District which was the scene of a fatal shooting.
The California Department of Public Health’s latest warning of poisons found in recreationally harvested bivalve shellfish was issued to Santa Cruz County on Friday, according to county public health officials.
Fish in some Bay Area counties will be getting a shot in the arm, or rather, the fin, from the state’s Wildlife Conservation Board.
The California Department of Public Health issued a warning Tuesday for paralytic shellfish poison found in shellfish caught in Sonoma County.
Marin County Public Health has confirmed one case of illness from paralytic shellfish poison.
Seven Bay Area municipalities are among 35 statewide to receive grants for road repair projects involving recycled tires.
Insured losses from the North Bay wildfires in October reached $9 billion as of the start of this month.
A mountain lion that was spotted by residents in San Francisco’s Noe Valley Friday morning was tranquilized, captured and released.
The Safeway in Potrero Hill officially welcomed a “DMV Now” self-service kiosk.
Several school districts and colleges affected by the fires in the Bay Area will remain closed until next week or beyond.
A lawsuit filed Wednesday alleges that California provides unequal medical care to the 13.5 million people, including 7.2 million Latinos, who are enrolled in Medi-Cal.
Eighteen farm workers were hospitalized after being exposed to pesticides at a ranch south of Salinas on Thursday morning.
A San Francisco resident is facing multiple felony charges for allegedly filing several fraudulent disabled parking placard applications.
Regulators announced fines against four Bay Area hospitals for failures to properly care for patients.
A full tuition option for early childhood education programs in the Oakland Unified School District is now available.
Hazardous materials crews have finished cleaning up a mercury spill that was discovered Monday morning on a street in Antioch.
Two more people have reported being sickened after eating a Thanksgiving meal at Antioch’s American Legion Hall, bringing the number of cases to 19 including three fatalities.
A wild fox that bit a woman and a dog in the Sea Ranch area of Sonoma County tested positive for rabies last week.
A prison inmate who allegedly walked away from a minimum-security medical facility in Vacaville was apprehended at a Richmond home.
More than 300 Santa Clara County inmates on their fourth day of a two-week hunger strike Thursday demanded sweeping changes.
The death of a California Medical Facility inmate found in a pool of blood at the prison hospital is under investigation as a possible homicide.
Two more SF residents have tested positive for Zika virus, bringing the total number of people infected in the city to 10.
Two live glassy-winged sharpshooters were found in nursery shipments to Marin and Sonoma counties.
Workers in San Quintin, Baja Mexico, began striking in mid-March and have been waging intermittent strikes.