By now you may have heard that voice that warns earthquake researchers of coming quakes, but in the future the heads up may be coming out of your own phone.
An ordinance that limits how employers and housing providers use criminal history in their decision making goes into effect in San Francisco next week.
East Brother Light Station, Inc. is seeking applicants for a job at their bed-and-breakfast on an island north of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, but the job is open to couples only.
Aside from the new look unveiled Tuesday, Yahoo introduced email apps for the iPhone, iPad and mobile devices running on the new Windows 8 operating system.
Two of the largest school districts in the area are abandoning their joint effort to bring in millions of dollars in federal funds through the Obama Administration’s Race to the Top program.
A new smartphone app should make it easier to locate one of San Francisco’s most celebrated street food venders – The Tamale Lady.
SideCar plays matchmaker between people who need a lift and community drivers willing to give them a ride. Passengers reward the driver with a voluntary and cashless payment after they reach their destination.
One Bay Area family claims they were denied thousands of dollars in funeral costs due to unclear paperwork required by their insurance provider.
A review of popular job websites like Monster.com, Careerbuilder.com, and Craigslist.org found hundreds of employers specifically seeking applicants who are “currently employed” or recently employed.
SFpark, a two-year pilot program unveiled last year, entered a key new phase Thursday with the distribution of parking information collected by meters and sensors about where parking is available so drivers can quickly find spaces.