Farhan Zaidi said the entire Giants organization is excited by how well the team has performed since late June.
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Erik Karlsson missed the last three games before the All-Star break. But he wanted to be there for his team.
A new phase is opening in the investigation into PG&E’s safety culture, the president of the California Public Utilities Commission said in a statement Thursday.
The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors made changes to the county’s zoning code Tuesday that expand opportunities for affordable workforce housing and new housing types in the wake of the October 2017 wildfires.
The currently suspended Cupertino city attorney filed a claim with the city Monday, alleging he was illegally placed on leave in retaliation for his opposition to a massive development project to renovate the city’s Vallco Mall.
San Francisco school kids will get an inside look into the city’s sewer system through an animated educational video created by the city’s public utilities commission and the California Academy of Sciences.
The Rio Vista Bridge, which connects Solano and Sacramento counties on state Highway 12, will be closed Thursday at 7 p.m. until 5 a.m. Friday as Caltrans crews continue to complete work on the drawbridge.
Hundreds of supporters of San Francisco’s Glide Memorial Church, including Mayor-Elect London Breed, rallied Thursday denounce the reassignment of two pastors by Glide’s parent church.
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.
A Saratoga man who ran an international trading business from his home has been convicted in federal court in San Jose of two counts of filing false income tax returns and one count of lying to a U.S. Internal Revenue Service auditor in 2010, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday.
The Hayward City Council has voted unanimously to impose an 18-month emergency moratorium on a process in which landlords can apply to have residential rental units permanently exempted from rent control.
San Francisco police are attending a “Policing the Teen Brain” train-the-trainer session this week to prepare to train officers on improving their interactions with the city’s youth.
The Santa Clara County Civil Grand Jury released a report Wednesday on police and mental health with recommendations that can help law enforcement.
A yachtsman who illegally anchored his trimaran in Aquatic Park Cove in the City was ordered during his sentencing in federal court Thursday not to sail any boat of any kind into the cove in the next five years.
Community organizers and city officials celebrated a new mid-block signalized crosswalk last Friday
San Jose State University’s Student Homeless Alliance called on President Mary Papazian Tuesday to become involved with the university’s housing crisis and include them in her efforts.
Supervisor Norman Yee is calling for a working group to come up with recommendations on regulations and a permitting process for emerging technologies.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $212 million for long-term natural disaster recovery efforts in California.
One lane of traffic will be open on Hayes Street in San Francisco this week while the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission fixes a sinkhole.