If you noticed women in San Francisco and across the country running in their sports bras this weekend, you witnessed a new movement — Dare to Bare.
The “Brown is the new Green” campaign was launched on Monday by the city’s Public Utilities Commission as a way to conserve water during the drought.
A commercial salvage company was preparing to tow a minivan out of San Francisco Bay that went into the water with its woman driver inside.
One person was found dead after being trapped inside a van that drove into San Francisco Bay off the Marina Green late Friday afternoon, according to authorities.
Oracle Team USA took top honors on San Francisco Bay Sunday afternoon, winning both overall, and the match-race championship in the America’s Cup World Series.
Tens of thousands of people are expected to flock to San Francisco on May 27th to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge. But this time, festivities won’t take place on the landmark structure.
Bicycle race enthusiasts and Northern California businesses are equally excited by the arrival of the nation’s largest professional bike race.
Cyclist Peter Sagan was in the lead as the Amgen Tour of California moved to San Francisco Monday for its second stage.
Around a half of a million people could crowd onto the San Francisco and Marin shores to watch the America’s Cup yacht race in the summer of 2013.
You don’t have to own a bicycle in order to pedal around San Francisco, under a new program that has moved a step forward at the Rec and Park Commission.