The Superior Court of Alameda County has expanded the list of documents the court will accept for fax and drop box filing and has started …
The plot thickens Friday over who will become San Francisco’s next district attorney. Chesa Boudin, the criminal justice reformer candidate, has pushed Breed-appointed Interim DA …
Purse snatchers at the Stanford Shopping Center were foiled Sunday when shoppers chased them down and recovered a stolen purse.
Two women were released from custody on time served Tuesday after pleading no contest to attempting to bring drugs into a jail in San Mateo County, according to prosecutors.
Bay Area residents who raise chickens outdoors can take their eggs to a University of California office in Santa Rosa to see if they contain contaminants, UC officials said.
A United States Postal Service vehicle caught fire in Menlo Park Friday.
Four of seven post offices that were closed temporarily because of the wildfires in Sonoma County will reopen Tuesday.
A female U.S. Postal Service mail carrier who was shot while she was in a postal vehicle in East Oakland on Friday has been released from a hospital.
Santa Clara police earlier this month busted an identity theft ring with ties to San Jose.
Police are warning residents in Pleasanton to beware of phone calls from a person fraudulently claiming to be from the Pleasanton Police Department.
Residents looking to make extra money during the holiday season are being sought by the U.S. Postal Service for temporary positions at its three Bay Area distribution centers.
San Francisco’s total property assessment exceeded $200 billion for the first time when the fiscal year 2016-17 assessment was submitted.
Magazines, flyers and other advertisements destined for a U.S. Postal Service office was retrieved undamaged from an overturned truck in San Francisco.
Employees at a Council on American-Islamic Relations office in Santa Clara were taken to a hospital for evaluation as a precaution Thursday afternoon.
San Francisco postal district officials have announced they are hiring workers for the holiday season.
San Mateo County is on its way to become the first county in California to hold a countywide all-mailed ballot election.
A former manager at an oil tank construction company and a former employee of a subcontractor have been convicted in federal court in Oakland of conspiracy and mail fraud.
A new Internet service from the California Employment Development Department is now available to anyone in the Bay Area who wants to manage their unemployment benefits.
The U.S. Postal Service is removing a collection box from outside an East Oakland post office.