The state commission that regulates development along the San Francisco Bay shoreline has declined to take a formal position on state legislation concerning the proposed Warriors arena on the San Francisco Waterfront.
As thousands of cyclists celebrated Bike to Work Day, transit officials considered several proposals Thursday to better accommodate the growing number of Bay Area Rapid Transit riders who have made biking part of their commute.
A man arrested for a crime spree in Sonoma and Marin counties after a Castro Valley woman was killed in Oregon will face charges of felony kidnapping, carjacking in California before being tried for murder, prosecutors said.
Three victims who took the stand against a man dubbed the “Mission Rapist” were among those honored with a Justice Award from the San Francisco District Attorney’s office for their bravery.
The San Francisco Health Department is changing its recommendations for meningococcal vaccinations, aiming their suggestions at some gay men after a recent meningitis outbreak in New York City.
San Francisco will re-design some of its most dangerous intersections, adjusting the timing traffic signals and fixing cross walks curb ramps all over the city, with the goal of cutting pedestrian deaths in half by the end of the decade, Mayor Ed Lee said Friday.
More than 1,000 unionized construction workers walked off the job Thursday at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Mission Bay. The workers are upset after six non-union construction workers were brought on the job on Wednesday.
NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View has been spared from President Barack Obama’s proposed budget cuts.
A passenger onboard a San Francisco-bound Bay Area Rapid Transit train used a stun gun to break up a fight between two other passengers.
Crews are putting the finishing touches on some San Francisco micro-apartments, spaces under 300 square feet, meant to be a more affordable option for those looking to live in the city.