Master tap dancer Jason Samuels Smith aspires to create an enriching community of dance. Also: Pandit Chitresh Das
Back-door boarding is proving to be a good idea, with complaints dropping and bus lines speeding up.
The weather service predicts a winter storm hitting the Bay could bring snow. The East Coast rolls its eyes in response.
Police are seeking a suspect believed to have hit two banks — possibly three — inside grocery stores in the North Bay.
BART is launching another test run to determine if it will allow bikes on trains during rush hours. Bikers rejoice.
A sloppy start for the Kings could spell trouble, but returning stars can save them if they remember how to play like Stanley Cup champions.
Gov. Jerry Brown gave new hope to California and its future in his State of the State address.
The flu is serious this season, with officials suggesting everyone get vaccinated in the wake of five deaths statewide.
Occupy Oakland protesters are suing over police actions taken during a day of protest last Jan. 28.
A woman brought a cat to a Lafayette vet with an unusual injury — an arrow stuck in its back. Seriously. An arrow.
The mystery behind randomly trendy Star Trek gear sported by homeless in the Tenderloin has been solved.
An unrepentant and mouthy Nathan Burris was convicted Wednesday for killing a toll-taker and her bus driver friend three years ago.
The SFMTA is proposing more than 100 street parking spots be reserved exclusively for shared cars, hoping to encourage their use.
Police say a 56-year-old woman was attempting to start a fire near a residential area in San Jose when she was arrested.
Sudden oak death is on the rise again, with nearly 376,000 dead trees — the highest level since 2007 — found in our region.
A 23-year-old Yosemite hotel worker missing since Sunday was discovered in steep terrain after surviving a 35-foot tumble.
Five assailants forced their way into a Mission District resident’s home before zapping him with a stun gun and taking his cash.
San Jose has been hit with at least eight fires in dumpsters and back alleys, endangering residential neighborhoods.
San Francisco is now the first city in the country to have a shared electric scooter system to cut around traffic.
In response to accreditation and financial woes, City College will today consider shuttering its Castro and Presidio campuses.