Following a vote by the San Francisco Police Commission in support of arming police with Tasers, the police union is considering putting forward a ballot measure that would shape the policy.
San Francisco officials celebrated the completion on the second phase of the $551 million Moscone Convention Center expansion.
San Francisco’s California Public Utilities Commission calls on California residents to reduce energy use during The Great Solar Eclipse.
As California gears up for legalized recreational marijuana, state regulators are trying to figure out how the new industry will impact the energy supply.
Francisco has reached an ambitious goal to reduce greenhouse gases locally two years ahead of schedule.
Some PG&E customers may see lower energy bills, while others may see higher bills, due to changes being made to the company’s billing system.
Three Sonoma County libraries will be lending more than books starting Tuesday.
Federal prosecutors in the criminal pipeline safety trial of PG&E Co. in San Francisco Tuesday suddenly dropped their bid for an enhanced fine of $562 million.
The Quakes emerged the controversial victors of a hard-fought 1-0 affair against visiting Sporting Kansas City at Avaya Stadium.
San Francisco today became the first major city in the country to approve legislation requiring solar panels on new buildings.
Without a cloud in the sky, and energy pulsing through the air, Outside Lands started with a bang.
A man who was shot and killed in Richmond was a bright light in the lives of many, according to community members.
San Francisco City Hall has become the world’s oldest building to receive LEED Platinum certification.
San Jose has started what officials said today is the largest streetlight conversion project in the country.
The price of gasoline has gone up by 7 cents in the last month to a statewide average of $2.65.
The University of California plans to begin supplying electricity directly to five campuses and medical centers.
The average price of gas in the Bay Area stands at $2.61, down 38 cents from Dec. 9,
The city of South San Francisco has upgraded five pedestrian crosswalks in a continuing effort to enhance pedestrian safety, city officials announced Wednesday.
New guidelines can shave an average of $50 off your monthly gas and electric bill.
CleanPowerSF just got about 20 percent more expensive, less than a year before its scheduled rollout.