A federal judge on Wednesday ordered a California man charged with operating a notorious online drug marketplace known as Silk Road to be sent to New York to face charges.
Sunnyvale Public Library is taking some forward steps to remain technologically relevant by purchasing a 3-D printer for card holders to use, as well as an automatic book vending machine.
San Francisco’s animal control agency is relying on donated newspapers to solve pooping puppies problem.
More than six decades since the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls—and thousands of years after they were written—Israel on Tuesday put 5,000 images of the ancient biblical artifacts online in a partnership with Google.
In response to complaints about San Francisco Public Library visitors openly viewing explicit content, including pornography, the main branch has installed plastic screens to block monitors from people nearby.
Friday the 13th was a business closure day in Oakland – agreed upon by city employees to help balance the city’s budget.
A free educational platform that uses social gaming to teach job seekers the basics of how to use the Internet to land employment will soon be available at libraries in San Francisco and Santa Clara County.
A Creole cookbook was returned to the San Francisco Public Library on Friday, more than 37 years overdue.
Books, computers and other property were lit on fire in the San Francisco Public Library’s main branch on Sunday, a police spokesman said Monday.
A $10,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest or conviction of vandals who damaged a brand new school building in Richmond’s Iron Triangle on Sunday.