30 Spare the Air alerts were issued during the past winter season, with 267 people being cited for violating the no-wood-burning rule.
A San Rafael couple linked to an alleged drug-smuggling operation in Canada are scheduled to go to trial after pleading not guilty to five federal charges, including conspiracy to possess and distribute ecstasy.
A vehicle long enough to be an 18-wheeler, with a cab like a firetruck and a body like an 18-wheeler, could soon become a fixture at major disaster scenes and police incidents around the Bay Area.
In the aftermath of Tuesday’s deadly shooting of a BART police officer by a colleague, the transit agency’s police chief said on Wednesday training for his department’s officers exceeds state requirements and that his department is among the most thoroughly trained in the state.
The Richmond Police Department’s dispatch center was evacuated for several hours early Thursday morning after a secondary power system began overheating and emitting fumes, a police sergeant said.
An independent monitor appointed to review court-ordered reforms for the Oakland Police Department says the agency is falling behind in its efforts.
A group of 100 passengers who were aboard Asiana Airlines Flight 214 that crash landed at SFO Airport last July, are suing Boeing, the company that builds the 777 jetliner.
The Marin Municipal Water District started pumping water Thursday from a reserve reservoir into its water distribution system because of the ongoing dry weather.
Golden Gate Ferry announced Wednesday that it will begin charging for parking at the Larkspur Ferry Terminal beginning Feb. 3 and have new options for payment–including using a smartphone.
The story of broken bolts on the new eastern span of the Bay Bridge does not appear to be over as Caltrans says further inspections may cost up to $10 million dollars—not including the price for needed repair work.