A new professional football league called the A11FL has been launched, with the first season expected to begin next year. Teams would be in some of the biggest football and media markets in the country, including the Bay Area.
At a community meeting on Tuesday night, Palo Alto police tried to assuage the concerns of residents, as they said solving a recent home invasion robbery remains a priority for the department.
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has adopted a Vision Zero Policy to eliminate pedestrian and cyclist fatalities within a decade.
Kicking off the Year of the Horse, a parade with lion dancers and firecrackers marched through San Francisco’s Chinatown neighborhood Friday morning.
The U.S. Postal Service has launched a pilot partnership with Staples that some postal workers believe could be a step towards privatization.
Employees at the Daly City institution have no guarantees they will be rehired once new owners take over the space.
The American College of Surgeons met on Tuesday in San Francisco’s Mission Bay, where health leaders discussed the lessons learned from the Asiana Airlines emergency response.
As state water officials consider a drought declaration, Bay Area water officials continue to call for water conservation.
San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi said he wants the sheriff’s department to remain in charge of security at San Francisco General but that he is also vowing changes after a missing patient was found dead.
Recently released transcripts of phone calls at San Francisco General Hospital are raising questions about the attitude of those involved in the search for Lynne Spalding, who was found dead in a hospital stairwell in October.