Two driverless cars, operated by Google and Delphi nearly collided earlier this week in Mountain View.
Police Shooting Death Of Immigrant Suspect Prompts Federal Lawsuit Against San Francisco, Police Chief
Family members of a Guatemalan immigrant shot and killed by police earlier this year are the plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit filed against the city and county of San Francisco, as well as Police Chief Greg Suhr on Friday.
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.
Family members of a Sonoma County man have filed suit over what they say was an unnecessary military-style escalation during a standoff with Sherriffs deputies.
Just In Time For New Year’s Eve: New App Released To Find Bars, Clubs That Have Benefits For Designated Drivers
Designated drivers will be getting some appreciation this New Year’s Eve as new mobile app, offered by state traffic safety officials, will indicate which bars have special perks for the sober drivers who’ve volunteered to keep their friends safe.
The continuing fallout from the racist comments allegedly made by Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling is now affecting the team’s sponsorships. Meanwhile, the NAACP L.A. chapter is revoking an award Sterling was set to get and is returning his donations.
The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency is planning to take its historic cable cars and streetcars off the streets during and after Sunday’s 49ers playoff game.
Court Grants Temporary Restraining Order To Family Of Brain-Dead Girl On Ventilator At Oakland Hospital
Family of 13-year-old girl declared brain-dead Children’s Hospital Oakland has obtained a temporary restraining order to keep her on life support.
The bowl game, held at AT&T Park, has donated more than 300,000 meals to organizations in San Francisco since 2002.
A car struck and severely injured a bicyclist in Menlo Park on Monday morning, authorities said.