Two women accused of bilking over $180,000 from members of San Francisco’s Chinese community via blessing scams were arraigned Monday.
For the first time in 40 years, San Francisco publicly commemorated the tragic loss of life at Jonestown.
San Francisco Opera has severed connections with superstar countertenor David Daniels because the singer is embroiled in at least two allegations of sexual assault.
Two men in their 20s are in custody after police linked them to a shooting that killed one suspect’s father and seriously injured his mother in San Jose on Sunday evening, according to police.
The tallest building in San Francisco is now officially open for business.
Several city officials joined Salesforce employees in a triumphant ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday for the massive 61-story building, which has already become an iconic part of The City’s skyline.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo has issued a memorandum about updating the City Council’s travel policy for trips made to sister cities as a response to five city councilmembers and multiple staff members traveling to Japan this week.
Bay Area universities and organizations are honoring the legacy of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. who was assassinated 50 years ago in Memphis, Tennessee.
San Francisco’s oldest African-American church was designated as a city landmark this week.
San Francisco city officials this week gave final approval to a 28-acre project at Pier 70 expected to include as many as 3,000 new housing units.
A game once riddled with hope offered instead a single-inning roller coaster of emotions.
The San Francisco Police Department is warning the Chinese community after three suspects scammed an Asian woman out of $5,000 in the Sunset District.
The six winners in the Oakland Public Library’s contest to design a new library card were announced at a ceremony at the main library on Wednesday night.
More than 1,000 new U.S. citizens pledged their allegiance at a ceremony at Oakland’s Paramount Theatre Wednesday morning, including immigrants from some of the countries whose citizens were banned from traveling to the U.S. under executive order from President Donald Trump.
San Francisco city officials and community members gathered Saturday to mark the opening of the Mansell Streetscape.
The Golden State Warriors broke ground Tuesday on their $1 billion, privately funded San Francisco arena.
A Pittsburg fire station reopened Wednesday after being closed for three years.
The San Francisco Police Department on Friday held a graduation ceremony for the 251st Basic/32nd Regional Academy Class.
More than 6,500 Girl Scouts crossed the Golden Gate Bridge Saturday afternoon, celebrating their annual tradition “Golden Gate Bridging.”
Before dawn on Thursday, hundreds of people boarded special ferries to Alcatraz to honor the struggle of indigenous people in America.
The Bay Area is honoring service members with events ranging from jubilant to solemn.