Nearly 8,000 Clipper Card users are being told they need to pay-up for some free rides they were accidentally given a long time ago.
A Marin County sanitary district has settled its lawsuit against a South San Francisco-based construction company over two sewage spills that discharged more than 2.5 million gallons of wastewater.
If you’ve ever rented a car, you know the final bill will more than likely include some extra fees. But, Don Nelson of Redwood City got hit with one he never expected — a $145 charge after he returned the vehicle with the “check engine” light on.
A Rohnert Park man was charged in Sonoma County Superior Court Wednesday morning with felony hit-and-run of a retired Sonoma State University professor who was riding his bicycle in Penngrove Friday morning.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will consider legislation to force merchants to charge for shopping bags, and to ban plastic bags at all stores in the city.
California regulators said Pacific Gas & Electric Co. can start charging its customers fees to avoid having wireless utility meters installed in their homes.
A former technician at the San Francisco Police Department’s crime lab has been charged in federal court with skimming cocaine from the lab, an allegation that forced its closure and the dismissal of hundreds of drug cases.
KCBS’ Mike Sugerman tried to make the switch himself, during his travels About the Bay, but he found that it’s not nearly as simple as it might seem.
One of five defendants charged with the 2008 murder of Novato businessman Tong Van Le pleaded guilty Friday to involuntary manslaughter, and an attorney for one of the other defendants said the plea prompted a decision to delay the start of the trial.
A man already charged with a decades-old rape and murder now faces new charges after DNA evidence linked him to a second murder, the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.