It was David and Goliath on the San Francisco Bay Wednesday as a massive Coast Guard cutter took place in a drill never-before-attempted on U.S. waters.
The Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network has been working behind the scenes to help get 13-year-old Jahi McMath moved to a care facility.
8 Washington, a proposed 134-unit condominium project along the city’s waterfront, will now have to go back to the drawing board.
A federal lawsuit is moving forward in the latest legal turn over solitary confinement at a California prison with attorneys asking a U.S. District judge to expand to a class-action case.
BART management and the unions have agreed to more talks, but it still remains to be scene whether they are getting any closer to an agreement.
Drivers in the Bay Area will have to endure another bridge closure sometime next year, as the Golden Gate Bridge will be closed for more than two days to install a movable median barrier.
The rights of California sperm donors were put into law 20 years ago. Now a Bay Area state legislator is involved in revising those rules with a new bill to be presented in Sacramento on Tuesday.
A routine test of tsunami warning sirens along the San Mateo County coast conducted last week showed only three of eight sirens working properly, according to officials.
Many people might think of the America’s Cup sailing race as NASCAR on the water, but it’s clear who these races are geared to. The sails are big billboards for sponsors.
The defending champion bell-ringer reclaimed his title as the best at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s 50th annual cable car bell-ringing contest Thursday afternoon.