While plans for the Warriors arena along the city’s waterfront still additional government approval, a former city mayor and team president faced off on Tuesday night in one-on-one debate over the planned development.
Starting Saturday, Oakland will take a big step towards fully implementing its neighborhood policing plan by assigning officers to one of five newly identified districts in the city.
Oakland police interim Chief Sean Whent and community partners held a news conference Monday afternoon to announce strategies to address sideshow activity in the city.
The streets of East Palo Alto were a little quieter Thursday night; police officers were enforcing a long-standing curfew that prohibits anyone under the age of 18 from being in a public space between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. It’s been on the books since 1995, but hasn’t been strictly enforced because of limited police resources.
This Friday marks the first of a series of musical performances along San Francisco’s waterfront to celebrate the America’s Cup competition when Imagine Dragons takes the stage.
A new report is raising serious questions about how public schools in Silicon Valley are doing when it comes to preparing minority students to go to college.
The Palo Alto City Council Monday night voted for a possible ban on smoking at all public parks and plazas.
The presence of the CHP will increase with 10 officers and two sergeants deployed four days a week rather than two.
The early arrival of dangerous fire conditions has prompted state emergency responders to spring into action earlier than usual.
The official San Francisco voter guide for this fall’s election could be one of the thickest in city history because of one particularly controversial referendum.