Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a new executive order Thursday in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, which now has nearly 200 positive cases reported in …
I’ll forget about The Upside by next week, when Glass comes out.
Two cannabis tax measures, three school bond measures and a sales tax measure are on ballots around Solano County for the Nov. 6 election.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleges in a suit filed Tuesday that educational after-school camp Cooking Round the World violated federal law when it relieved an employee of her duties after she tested positive for latent tuberculosis.
Dozens of healthcare workers rallied outside of Laguna Honda Hospital, accusing the medical facility of creating unsafe conditions for both staff and patients.
Oakland police and the FBI asked Tuesday for the public’s help in finding the suspect or suspects in the fatal shooting of a 27-year-old man with a disability at a bus stop near the Oakland-Berkeley border in February.
Residents of a homeless encampment in the Roseland area of Santa Rosa and their advocates implored the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Wednesday not to …
The California Highway Patrol’s Golden Gate Division and the cities of Sunnyvale and Santa Clara will now offer the option to text 911 to report emergencies.
A man on a motorcycle has been detained after allegedly driving into a crowd of people protesting Republican efforts to change federal healthcare in San Francisco.
The U.S. Department of Labor sued Google Inc. Wednesday in a dispute about how much employee information the technology giant must provide.
Lawyers who want to help veterans with service-related disability claims are invited to a free seminar in San Francisco on Monday.
A settlement between Uber Technologies Inc. and advocates for blind people who use service animals was given preliminary approval.
An 80-year-old woman who was facing eviction from the San Francisco Mission District apartment she has lived in for 43 years will be allowed to stay, according to her landlord’s attorney.
An ordinance that would allow bicyclists to treat stop signs more like yield signs was approved by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
An ordinance prohibiting discrimination against senior lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender San Franciscans by long-term care facilities and nursing homes was unanimously approved.
Walgreens has agreed to settle a federal disability discrimination lawsuit brought on by a South San Francisco employee.
A second video captures the involvement of another security guard, Shalandra Cotton.
New proposal addresses handicap placard fraud by making all drivers pay for parking.