San Francisco officials are investigating the cause of an interruption in 911 and 311 calls early Friday morning.
San Francisco on Friday morning announced a network outage that is affecting 911, 311 and other city services. The city’s 911 call-taking capacity is limited, …
The state has awarded San Francisco a $9.3 million grant to be applied toward providing services and housing for youth at-risk of human trafficking, specifically …
Mayor London Breed Friday again advised residents to remain indoors, including this weekend.
Santa Cruz is closing five greenbelt areas Thursday due to “extreme” fire risk, city officials said.
People affected by the devastating wildfires around the state are entitled to an array of consumer protections concerning their electricity, water and telephone bills, according to the California Public Utilities Commission.
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 Sonoma County Board of Supervisors approved a fire deployment plan Tuesday that proposes consolidating the 39 fire agencies in the unincorporated area and asking voters to approve a half-cent sakes tax in 2019 that would raise $41.8 million annually for their operation.
Nearly $30 million in additional general fund investments in the next fiscal year will go toward preventing homelessness in San Francisco.
Federal and state officials Wednesday morning toured areas burned by the North Bay wildfires in October.
Homeless people experiencing mental health and substance abuse issues will have access to 24-hour care at a newly expanded program.
Sweltering temperatures claimed the lives of two senior citizens in San Jose on Monday.
Gov. Jerry Brown requested a presidential major disaster declaration Sunday to aid with repairs to the damaged Oroville Dam spillway.
Two San Francisco Bay Area counties have been approved to receive federal money to repair and mitigate public facilities following winter storms in January.
The Anderson Reservoir near Morgan Hill can hold 89,491 acre-feet of water and is now 99 percent full.
A memorial set up outside an East Palo Alto fire station for the 15th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001 was vandalized, firefighters discovered Sunday.
A bulldozer operator died Tuesday night while batting the Soberanes Fire in Monterey County that has burned through more than 23,500 acres.
Public officials and residents celebrated the dedication of a new emergency medical service squad in San Pablo Saturday morning.
The San Jose City Council Tuesday unanimously approved Mayor Sam Liccardo’s list of spending priorities for the next fiscal year.
Lagging ambulance response times led Supervisor London Breed to seek a ballot measure.