Gov. Brown Commutes Sentence Of Former Gang Member, Grants 112 PardonsGov. Jerry Brown on Friday reduced the sentence of a man convicted of a 1999 gang shooting in Los Angeles County and granted 112 pardons.
Families Flee San Francisco Bay Area In Search For Better Quality Of LifeFamilies appear to be fleeing the Bay Area in numbers large enough to help drive up home prices in neighboring states.
Forget The 405 Backup; Silicon Valley Commute The State’s WorstIn a state often split in half by a north-south rivalry, San Jose has grabbed a distinction from Los Angeles that it would rather not have.
BART Launches Rewards Program For Commuting Outside Morning Rush HoursBART officials on Tuesday launched the agency's new "BART Perks" program to offer small cash rewards to people who participate in the research.
Cops Living In RVs Outside San Jose Police DepartmentAt least a dozen officers are living in RV's in the parking lot right near the San Jose Police Department's headquarters.
Forget Parking: Number Of Cars In The Bay Area RisingIt might not be rising as fast as the population, but the number of cars in San Francisco competing for a finite amount of land on which to drive and park is going up.
East Bay Track Repairs Will Trigger BART DelaysBART riders in the East Bay can expect some minor delays during the weekdays for the next three and a half weeks as crews make repairs to the tracks between Hayward and Fremont.
Fire On Track In San Francisco Causes Major BART DelaysAn fire on the tracks caused by an equipment problem halted BART service between San Francisco and the Peninsula early Friday, causing major systemwide delays.
Driver Dies In Fiery 880 Tanker Truck Crash In San LeandroThe driver of a tanker truck died when his truck carrying used motor oil crashed and caught fire Wednesday morning on a San Leandro off-ramp from northbound I-880.
Massive Sinkhole Blocks Lanes On Sunnyvale Lawrence ExpresswayA massive sinkhole forced the closure of two northbound lanes of the busy Lawrence Expressway Friday afternoon.
8 Out Of 10 Drivers Admit To Road Rage In AAA StudyThe AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety says nearly 8 out of 10 U.S. drivers it surveyed admit expressing anger, aggression or road rage at least once in the previous year.
Accident Triggers Massive Caltrain DelaysA southbound Caltrain commuter train struck a car abandoned on its tracks near Burlingame, triggering massive delays in the Monday morning commute.