BART contract negotiations were set to resume Monday morning amid concerns whether BART’s last minute offer to unions was a positive step or if it may have imperiled the process.
Anticipation is heightened for a do-or-die ALDS Game 5 at the Coliseum between the A’s and the Detroit Tigers.
The U.S. Postal Service put Berkeley’s landmarked main post office on the market on Tuesday despite major objections from city officials and long struggle with community activists.
A long simmering debate about how San Francisco police deal with bicyclists involved in vehicle crashes has reached City Hall after complaints stemming from a fatal accident South of Market this summer.
From the federal building in San Jose to Alcatraz Island, there were obvious signs of the government shutdown’s impact on Bay Area workers, services, and out-of-towners.
With the threat of another BART strike looming, an Orinda city councilman is pushing for legislation to ban transit workers from walking off the job.
The stabbing death of Jonathan Denver, 24, who died during a confrontation between his group of Dodgers fans and Giants fans following a game between the two teams earlier this month, was still fresh on the minds of baseball enthusiasts on Sunday, the last game of the season for San Francisco.
A California environmental group claims that a Bay Area power plant is the second most polluting in the state according to a new study.
A man who died in an apartment fire in Berkeley early Tuesday morning was a longtime professor at the University of San Francisco.
BART ridership rose noticeably because of the Bay Bridge closure Wednesday night to allow crews to transition traffic onto the bridge’s new eastern span, a BART spokesman said Thursday morning.