Police Shoot, Kill Robbery Suspect Carrying Knife In San Francisco's Mission DistrictSan Francisco police are investigating a Thursday night officer-involved shooting in the Mission District that left a robbery suspect dead.
Done Deal: BART's Largest Union Approves ContractBay Area Rapid Transit workers' largest union ratified its contract with the agency on Monday, closing eight months of negotiations that resulted in two strikes that snarled traffic throughout the region and during which two workers were fatally struck by a train.
New Year Bringing Minimum Wage Increases For Bay Area CitiesJanuary 1 will bring increases in the minimum wage in San Francisco and San Jose—two of the Bay Area's largest cities. Meanwhile, California’s minimum wage will also increase later in 2014.
Oakland City Workers Return to Jobs After One-Day StrikeMunicipal workers in Oakland returned to their jobs on Tuesday after a one-day strike that shut down all but the emergency public services in the city. Union leaders said the work stoppage was designed to send a message to city leaders.
Lawmakers Return To Sacramento With Many Eyeing New SpendingThe California State Legislature returned to work on Tuesday to examine Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed budget amid a widening divide over how much money the state can spend.
SFPD Holds Neighborhood Meeting On Ingleside KillingsSan Francisco police and prosecutors held a town hall meeting Tuesday to address community concerns about the grisly killing of five people last month.
San Francisco's Mission Middle School Takes A Stand Against Gay and Lesbian BullyingMore than 400 people gathered in San Francisco Saturday morning for an all-day conference focused on the issue of bullying that targets teenage gays and lesbians.