The San Francisco police department has received a donation of six Kevlar bulletproof vests for its canine patrol and tactical units.
The main concern is controlling runoff of sediment or chemicals from vineyards into local waterways.
Civil rights activists and a group of surviving family members of police-related deaths are calling for a U.S. Department of Justice investigation of Sonoma County for what they call “an epidemic of deadly force by police”.
A father grieving the loss of his son to a prescription medicine overdose has channeled his sorrow for good in helping organize and speak out for an innovative Marin County program that addresses the staggering epidemic of prescription drug abuse.
This coming Saturday and Sunday will be the first of four weekends this summer where Lombard Street will be closed to vehicle traffic.
18-year-old Akintunde Ahmad said graduation on Wednesday will be filled with mixed emotions, as he’s leaving high school behind, but excited about his opportunities at Yale.
As San Francisco struggles to combat an alarming rate of pedestrian deaths and injuries, several local community groups are receiving money to educate residents.
The three-day Muni sick-out has been especially hard on residents of San Francisco’s Bayview District who already feel isolated from the rest of the city.
Petaluma’s sole female firefighter turned in her resignation this week amid allegations that she was sexually harassed and that her living conditions in the fire house lacked adequate privacy, according to anonymous sources familiar with the department.
The Oakland Unified School District board is expected to make a decision Wednesday on whether or not to close E.C. Reems Academy; the oldest charter school in the city.