Police in San Francisco killed a suspected car thief and wounded another suspect in a shooting near AT&T Park Tuesday night.
In the wake of high-profile cases involving NFL players, Santa Clara city leaders took a stand issuing a resolution on Tuesday against domestic violence, but didn’t mention the recent arrest of a 49er player.
Supporters of Bay Area Bike Share are hoping to get expansion plans back in the fast lane after financial woes have created delays.
Golden Gate Bridge District announced 50 of its workers will be going on a one-day labor strike beginning Tuesday morning, but the bridge itself will remain open and that bus and ferry service won’t be impacted.
For many 49er fans on Sunday, it was a long wait to get home after the team’s regular-season home opener at Levi’s Stadium as some fans that drove to the game faced hours of delays
President Barack Obama has declared a major disaster in California because of the Napa Valley earthquake, releasing emergency federal funding for the state.
The BART Board of Directors voted 6 to 2 Thursday night so that the transit system’s directors will no longer get free rides for life.
Service was disrupted through the Tuesday evening commute after a train was taken out of service near the Pleasant Hill station, after it had a problem with a wheel component.
The Napa Valley tourism industry is hoping to make a quick recovery after Sunday’s earthquake as shops and restaurants urge people to visit.
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.