Prosecutors in the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office will use a new artificial intelligence tool in an effort to remove any potential implicit bias when …
Erik Karlsson missed the last three games before the All-Star break. But he wanted to be there for his team.
Santa Rosa Junior College announced Thursday it is considering the possibility of building student housing on the Santa Rosa campus by the fall semester in 2022.
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.
A Fremont man was arrested Monday for allegedly slaughtering 11 cows and burying them underneath his rural property in unincorporated Santa Clara County, county sheriff’s officials said.
A driver of a vehicle died in a fatal head-on collision late Monday night in San Leandro, police said Tuesday.
Mission residents were stunned this weekend to find that a popular mural at 19th and Mission had been vandalized.
The Concord City Council has scheduled a special meeting to discuss news reports that the U.S. Navy may be planning to place a detention facility for up to 47,000 immigrant detainees at the former Naval Weapons Station.
The tallest building in San Francisco is now officially open for business.
Several city officials joined Salesforce employees in a triumphant ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday for the massive 61-story building, which has already become an iconic part of The City’s skyline.
Students are protesting Stanford University’s continued investment in the fossil fuel industry.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee appointed Sam Dodge interim director of the Mayor’s Office of Housing Opportunity, Partnerships and Engagement.