Millions of books and tons of school supplies have made their way from the Bay Area to the Philippines thanks to a Walnut Creek couple who wanted to make a difference for children they came across decades ago.
A team of Bay Area scientists traveled to the Philippines, dove to great depths and used all kinds of clever equipment to discover sea creatures never seen before.
The last thing you want on a cold winter morning is a cold shower, but that’s exactly what residents of a San Jose apartment complex had to deal with for nearly a week after a large tree fell over last week, knocking out gas and hot water service.
A strong earthquake shook parts of the southern and central Philippines on Monday, frightening people but causing no serious damage or injuries, officials said.
For Sylvia Aquino, sending emergency supplies and food to her family in the Philippines isn’t just a good deed, it’s a tradition. But, she says five boxes she recently shipped to her family in Luzon […]
A powerful earthquake struck the Philippines at 6:16 p.m. local time, 2 a.m. here in the Bay Area.
San Francisco has certified Tagalog as a third language that must be used in communicating essential city services, city officials announced Wednesday.
Manny Pacquiao defeated Brandon Rios by unanimous decision on Sunday, returning to his winning ways after consecutive losses…
Journey is donating $350,000 to help relief efforts in the Philippines, and its lead singer has a message for his homeland: “Don’t Stop Believin’”
A group of nurses from the Registered Nurse Response Network were set to depart from San Francisco International Airport Thursday night for the Philippines to help provide relief to victims of Typhoon Haiyan.