Officials with the East Bay Municipal Utility District have recommended to continue asking residents to reduce their water use by 10 percent, without mandatory water rationing.
A man who fatally struck a high school girl on her 17th birthday on San Francisco’s Sloat Boulevard last year was sentenced Tuesday morning to six months in jail following an emotional court hearing.
Taking a closer look at the influence of Chinese gangs, KCBS’ Stan Bunger and Holly Quan spoke with investigative journalist and author Gerald Posner, who wrote “Warlords of Crime: Chinese Secret Societies–The New Mafia.”
MK Nobilette performs Wednesday night, looking to advance in the competition.
On a first reading of the proposal Tuesday night, the Richmond City Council voted to hike the minimum wage to $12.30 an hour.
San Francisco fire crews were on scene Thursday at the site of Tuesday’s massive apartment-complex fire in Mission Bay as they attempt to stabilize what’s left of the structure so arson investigators can get inside.
It was a long night for San Francisco firefighters who remain at the scene and continue to pour water on the fire the in Mission Bay that destroyed a large under-construction apartment building on Tuesday.
A man was struck and injured morning in San Francisco’s Financial District on Tuesday morning, police said. The pedestrian collision was the third such incident in thirteen hours.
An attack on a San Jose substation last year prompted a Peninsula lawmaker to propose legislation on Monday requiring PG&E and its regulators to come up with sufficient security protocols.
The “Domain Awareness Center” was going to monitor surveillance cameras mounted throughout the city, but that plan was scaled back after hours of debate. Instead, the plan was approved to keep an eye on The Port of Oakland.