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From San Francisco to New York, a driverless car developed in the Bay Area completed a successful cross country trip.
California’s drought has become so bad, a community in the Sierra Foothills may run out of water later this year.
Google officially took over the Moffett Federal Airfield in Mountain View on Wednesday from NASA so the tech giant can use the site's three air hangars to develop its robots, drones and other new technologies.
The San Francisco Fire Department has determined that a major apartment fire in San Francisco's Mission District in January that claimed the life of one man was not intentionally set and may have been the result of an electrical fault
They knew it was coming, but that doesn't make Berkeley’s new soda tax any easier to swallow. Among retailers and restaurants, there is confusion about who is supposed to pay new 1 cent per ounce tax on sugary beverages.
The survey by Kaplan Test Prep asked admissions officers at 400 of the top colleges if "the admissions process is rigged for the well-connected applicant?"
Amazon has been offering one-click ordering online for almost two decades, but they’re taking that idea into the real world with the Dash button, offered to their Prime account customers, that allows convenient restocking of everyday items.
He has ordered officials to impose mandatory water restrictions for the first time.
Facebook has released its annual Major League Baseball fandom map showing the World Series champion San Francisco Giants increasing its fan base across U.S. counties, overtaking that of arch-rival Los Angeles Dodgers.
School district officials in San Francisco and Oakland applied for a waiver to free them from the educational requirements of the nation's No Child Left Behind law.