The $551 million expansion added new exhibition space, outdoor terraces and a new pedestrian bridge.
The San Jose City Council approved a new independent police auditor Tuesday to replace Aaron Zisser, who resigned from his role in August amid strong opposition from the San Jose Police Officers’ Association.
The University of California is committing to using only clean and renewable energy at all of its 10 campuses and five medical centers by 2025, university officials announced Tuesday.
A major global marine terminal operator has signed a lease running through 2027 at the Port of Oakland, a move port officials characterized as validation for the city’s maritime future.
Emergency responders are conducting a mass casualty drill involving a simulated plane crash at the Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport Wednesday morning.
Everyone got safely off a chairlift-style ride Sunday afternoon at the Oakland Zoo after a small fire occurred in the engine.
Supervisors Jane Kim and Norman Yee today announced a ballot measure that would finance the expansion of childcare subsidies.
San Francisco City Librarian Luis Herrera Thursday announced his retirement after more than 40 years in the profession.
All libraries in the San Francisco Public Library system will be open seven days a week, city officials said Friday.
The first of its kind cat café and adoption center based in Oakland is expanding with the help of a $162,500 grant.
In an attempt to deter package theft this holiday season, police in Campbell said Monday they are trying to lure would-be thieves by placing packages with GPS trackers throughout the city.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopened Saturday after a three-year, $610 million expansion.
AC Transit announced Thursday that bus service will increase by up to 14 percent in June.
A tenfold expansion of the Bay Area Bike Share program will by 2017 include 7,000 bikes and new locations including the East Bay.
San Jose announced 38-year-old Jon Busch will be available in the MLS re-entry draft Friday.
If you shudder at being separated from Rothko No. 14 until 2016, cram all you can into your postmodern brain until Sunday for free.
The Federal Transit Administration is pouring $900 million towards the BART extension into Silicon Valley.