The operators of the home rental service website, Airbnb, have agreed to pay San Francisco’s 14-percent hotel tax.
Author Bill Lee, who wrote an expose on San Francisco’s Chinatown, “Chinese Playground: A Memoir,” said politics has often been tied to criminal activity in the past.
The Oakland Police Department says it’s on track to hire 100 new officers by the end of the year signaling a potential turnaround for the force that has struggled with dwindling numbers for years.
A loud lunch-hour protest at San Francisco City Hall on Wednesday took aim at corporate tax breaks for Twitter and other tech companies.
Police ordered a group protesters at an Oakland McDonald’s restaurant to leave the premises on Tuesday when they claimed the company was withholding their overtime pay.
The school had appealed to officials in an effort to take part in the CIF Northern California Open Division girls basketball tournament.
Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Oakland is using a cutting edge, robot-aided surgical procedure by that is less invasive than traditional surgeries and causes less scarring.
The Cesar Chavez Streetscape Project in San Francisco’s Mission highlights safety features for pedestrians, but also includes new bike lanes and a tree-lined median.
The restaurant, known for having some of the best hamburgers in San Francisco, is closing in mid-March.
As excitement grows across the Bay Area ahead of Sunday’s NFC Championship game, a Vallejo tattoo shop is launching a special promotion for die-hard fans of the San Francisco 49ers.