On Sunday a quarter-mile stretch of westbound Interstate 580 just east of the toll plaza on the Richmond side was shut down and would remain that way for as long as three months.
Members of a U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee will hold a special hearing in Madera on Tuesday about the status of the California’s High-Speed Rail project with a focus on rail authority’s purchases of Central Valley farm land.
The parking lot and pedestrian areas of Muir Beach are closing this July as an attempt to protect an endangered species of salmon is made.
Operators of limousines, passenger buses and shuttles were randomly pulled aside at San Francisco International Airport in a surprise inspection conducted by the CHP, police and state agencies.
A delegation that included San Francisco 49ers executives, regional business leaders and community advocates was en route Monday to Boston, for Tuesday’s presentation to NFL owners in a bid to land the 2016 Super Bowl.
Thousands of spectators were expected to attend a three-day event in Petaluma honoring the 40th anniversary of the iconic film, “American Graffiti.”
The new ordinance makes it easier for vendors to sell fresh fruit and vegetables.
Union leaders for the mechanics, station agents and train operators who make up the local Amalgamated Transit Union, are going into the talks seemingly frustrated with the transit agency.
The annual celebration is an example of how commuting by bicycle has gotten easier in the Bay Area.
Les Rowe was critically injured a\in a hit-and-run accident last year and his friends and family have raised enough funds for him to be transported home in a special plane.