Wednesday marks the 75th anniversary of the Port Chicago disaster, which killed 320 sailors and civilians in Contra Costa County in the deadliest disaster on …
The scariest part of the Warriors is how any of their stars can erupt on any night.
Wet weather, strong winds and big surf are expected across the Bay Area this week.
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.
Sonoma County Office of Education officials said 36 school districts and 12 independent charter schools and other educational programs in the county are closed Tuesday because of poor air quality from smoke from the Camp Fire in Butte County.
A Minnesota-based law firm released the names of 33 men Tuesday that are connected with the Diocese of San Jose who have been accused of sexual abuse, building on a list of 15 names the diocese released last week.
The clash between the two worst teams in the MLS’ Western Conference — points-wise — lived up to any expectations one could have.
The family of a 36-year-old unarmed man who died after an altercation with San Mateo County sheriff’s deputies in Millbrae earlier this month held a news conference Tuesday to call for the release of all videos and other evidence in the case.
The Marine Mammal Center is facing the second largest outbreak of leptospirosis in California sea lions in its recorded history, according to the center.
Mayor London Breed announced Thursday she’s expedited projects on three of The City’s most dangerous streets.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed Thursday responded to the mayor of San Francisco’s sister city, Osaka, Japan, after he cut ties between the two cities.
A Ventura County man who says he was molested by a priest four decades ago sued 10 of California’s 11 Roman Catholic dioceses Tuesday.
With the AL Wild Card Game locked up, the A’s attention is on beating the Yankees on Wednesday.
The ashes of San Francisco 49ers legend Dwight Clark have been laid to rest next to the same goal post where he made the play memorialized as “The Catch.”
The 2018 Walk of Remembrance, a walk honoring the lives of early Chinese-American settlers, is slated to take place Saturday afternoon.
Insured losses from the North Bay wildfires in October reached $9 billion as of the start of this month.
Caltrans is hoping a $40 million rebuilding project will have state Highway 1 at Mud Creek reopened by late summer 2018.
The gross production value of crops in Sonoma County last year increased 17 percent from 2015 due partly to the 20 inches of rain from December through March.
The San Francisco State men’s basketball team’s storybook season came to an end Friday night in La Jolla.
The league announced its intention to push forward a rule change allowing managers the ability to intentionally walk a batter using the simple act of signalling from the dugout.