BART released new details on Wednesday about the agency’s plans to replaces its aging train cars—most of which are 40 years old.
Pacifica’s City Council has voted to ban Fourth of July fireworks from most areas of its beaches starting in 2014.
The San Francisco Police Department is hailing a decision by Apple to add a new feature making it harder to reactivate a stolen iPhone.
Homicide investigators are busy trying to solve three fatal shootings that took place Sunday in East Oakland. The deaths all happened in less than 12 hours.
Workers at Southwest Airlines held an informational picket outside Oakland International Airport on Thursday after contract negotiations have stalled.
San Francisco merchants are concerned the enforcement of parking meters on Sundays will deter customers from frequenting their businesses.
Four years after his shooting death by a BART police officer, a vigil was held in Oakland for Oscar Grant asking for justice and that criminal charges be brought against the officers involved.
A new state law goes into effect Jan. 1, 2013 that may help save the lives of substance abusers: it offers immunity to users if they call 911 to help someone who has overdosed on drugs.
Volunteers began chopping, slicing and dicing at San Francisco’s Glide Memorial Church early Thanksgiving morning in the Tenderloin where the church will serve more than 5,000 meals to the poor and homeless.
A long-awaited plan to install a moveable concrete barrier on the Golden Gate Bridge is inching closer to reality, but government bureaucracy could delay the project until 2014.