San Francisco Neighborhoods Get Reprieve From ‘Freeyoncé’ On Second Night Of The Pop-Star’s Concert At AT&T Park
It was another large crowd of fans that gathered at AT&T Park in San Francisco Wednesday night for the final show of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s North American tour, but this time the music was mostly confined to the ballpark—not surrounding neighborhoods.
Fremont Sex-Ed Textbook With Topics On Bondage, Vibrators Along With Explicit Diagrams Has Parents Riled Up
More than a 1,000 people have signed an online petition protesting the use of a controversial health education book in the Fremont Unified School District’s 9th-grade curriculum.
Woman Who Previously Tried To Illegally Board SFO Flights Apparently Succeeds At Mineta San Jose Airport
A San Francisco woman with a history of trying to sneak on board flights at San Francisco International Airport has apparently succeeded at another Bay Area airport.
Palo Alto officials are targeting water-wasting activities like washing down sidewalks and irrigating to the point of saturation. City council approved the new series of restrictions late Monday night.
Eight construction workers were hospitalized with smoke inhalation after a three-alarm fire broke out at a building undergoing renovations near San Francisco’s United Nations Plaza Monday afternoon.
The $1 billion plan would include upgrades to all carbon steel piping in the refinery’s crude unit and the installation of more sensors and air monitors.
California is making a late push to land electric-car maker, Tesla Motors’ new high-tech battery factory that would create thousands of jobs.
State Lands Commission, Which Includes Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, Files Lawsuit Challenging Prop B In San Francisco
Proposition B, approved in June, requires voter approval for any developments along the San Francisco waterfront that exceeds current height limits.
One year after the disappearance of a two-year-old girl who remains missing, Oakland police confirmed they’ve now handed over their investigation to prosecutors.
Water officials said they need to reduce flows from Lexington Reservoir to Los Gatos Creek by more than half, so there’s enough water to keep at least some the creek wet until the winter.