San Francisco, Oakland Continue Battle Over Home For WarriorsBoth Oakland and San Francisco are battling over which city the team will call home, as the Warriors are preparing for one of their most promising seasons in years.
Assembly Bill Provides Small Step Toward New Warriors ArenaThe state Assembly has approved a bill that clears a procedural step in the Golden State Warriors' attempt to build a new arena in San Francisco.
Warriors Unveil Updated Plan For SF Waterfront ArenaThe updated design includes increased open space areas and access from the Bay. The design also calls for a reduction in parking spots and less retail space than what was initially proposed.
Group Hopes Warriors Playoff Run Keeps Team In OaklandWith the Golden State Warriors hosting their first playoff games since 2007, Oakland sports boosters hope to use the occasion to gain support for keeping the team in the East Bay.
Friends Plan Search For Man Who Fell Into Bay Near AT&T ParkFriends of a Los Angeles Dodgers fan who may have fallen into the water at San Francisco’s Pier 30-32 Monday after a baseball game are organizing a search effort to find him.
Man Feared Dead After Falling Into Bay After Giants GameThe Coast Guard suspended its search Tuesday for a man who fell into San Francisco Bay Monday night off Pier 32 in San Francisco.
Supervisors Approve Warriors San Francisco Arena NegotiationsTh board has given full support for the team to negotiate with the city on a waterfront arena.
KCBS Cover Story: Some SF Residents Oppose Warriors MoveA San Francisco resident has written an open letter to Mayor Ed Lee and said he would rather turn Piers 30 and 32 into open space.
San Francisco Puts Warriors Arena On Fast TrackThe lengthy review and approval process to let the Golden State Warriors build a new arena on San Francisco’s waterfront has been put on the fast track, officials said Friday.
Warriors Unveil Plans To Return To San FranciscoThe Golden State Warriors are moving back to San Francisco, team officials confirmed at a news conference held on the city’s waterfront Tuesday morning.
KCBS Sports Fans: Does It Pencil Out?When you hear Golden State Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob confidently declare that a half-billion dollar arena will be built on the San Francisco waterfront, you may be forgiven if you respond with a bit of an eye-roll.
Daily Madden: Questions Remain About The Warriors' Move To SF