Jen Ellison, a technology teacher at Phillips Elementary School in Napa, begins a typical class with a lecture, then hands out iPads or laptops.
Twice a day, Curtis Reid Henderson scavenges a giant pile of garbage at Recology headquarters to find objects to use in his artwork.
The new lab boasts cutting-edge equipment and will house a tailor-made curriculum for amateur teen scientists.
Jeff Sheehy’s legislation for a tougher stance on open-air bicycle “chop shops” passed the Land Use Committee.
Assemblyman Phil Ting announced a new bill that would help defray the cost of consumers hoping to go electric.
Google “sports bar in San Francisco,” and Giordano Bros. on 16th Street near Valencia stands near the top of the results.
A union investigation into staff pay disparities at the San Francisco Chronicle has led to a charge taken out with the National Labor Relations Board.
Middle schoolers huddled around tables on the Genentech campus Tuesday, trying to get a household salad spinner to act as a piece of medical equipment.
Venerated photography studio RayKo Photo Center will close to the public Sunday, but will continue to run workshops.
San Francisco police deployed extra units onto the streets this week to combat traffic accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists.
The most recognizable taxi operator in San Francisco, Yellow Cab Co-Op, has been bought competitor Big Dog for $810,000.
Demonstrators who blocked Caltrain tracks protesting Donald Trump’s inauguration asked for all charges against them to be dropped.
The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control initiated this weekend a statewide undercover alcohol buying operation.
New 800-pound concrete fire pits will be placed on a quarter-mile stretch of Ocean Beach starting Mar. 1.
What was first reported as an unstable 2,200-pound concrete slab at risk of falling 35 stories no longer poses a risk to the public.
The City has agreed to spend almost $5.4 million annually for the next two years, and is expected to begin subsidizing tuition costs beginning this fall.
Two dozen San Francisco restaurants and businesses are banding together to raise funds to help support Tim and Erin Archuleta.