Nearly 100 residents of San Francisco’s Visitacion Valley neighborhood gathered inside the Asian Pacific American Community Center on Monday to discuss a series of violent crimes in the area this summer.
The imperiled Drakes Bay Oyster Company in the Point Reyes National Seashore may have one more day in court after all. A group of businesses claim they rely on the company and are ready to ask a federal judge that it reopen.
President Obama will speak to the nation on Wednesday to address the continuing threat of ISIS in Iraq and Syria. East Bay Congressman Eric Swalwell, who returned from a trip to the Middle East, said the U.S. should lead a regional effort to attack ISIS.
Central Valley farmers opposed to construction of California’s high-speed rail may face their last legal stop this week. Attorneys will petition the State Supreme Court to halt the rail plan dead in its tracks.
Exactly ten years ago, a young couple camping at a Sonoma County beach near Jenner was shot to death while they slept in their sleeping bags; the case remains unsolved. Their victims’ families will visit the site Friday where it all happened.
This year’s San Francisco Comedy Day, to be held in Golden Gate Park in September, will honor Robin Williams, who was a major supporter of the annual event.
A controversial book intended for 9th grade sex-education at Fremont Unified Schools has been shelved by the superintendent, at least for now.
Many residents from Bernal Heights, the Outer Mission, Potrero Hill and the Castro complained about the loud noise from Tuesday night’s concert.
Anybody headed north over the Golden Gate Bridge beginning at 9 p.m. Friday had better be prepared for a possible slowdown. Commuters will run into repair work being done to the iconic toll plaza.
Members of Berkley’s homeless population say they are upset that the city routinely forces them out of makeshift encampments only to relocate and then get kicked out again.