Business leaders in Chinatown and the Fruitvale District are joining together to help fight crime in the city.
The flashing police lights in the rearview mirror could soon be a reason to reach for the smartphone rather than hide it, if a bill to make vehicle registration and insurance forms electronic becomes law.
One of the strongest pro-bicyclist laws in the country could soon be adopted in San Francisco. It would require owners of commercial buildings in San Francisco to provide secure bicycle parking for employees.
An assemblyman concerned about childhood obesity introduced a bill that would prohibit food trucks from operating within 1,500 feet of elementary and secondary schools.
The newest development into the disappearance of Michaela Garecht involves two convicted killers known as the “Speed Freak Killers.”
The study by two Stanford professors found that the amount of media multitasking correlated negatively with their social success.
Non-profit Consumer Watchdog is looking for more transparency in how health insurance companies justify rate hikes and wants to give states rights to approve or reject them.
Berkeley scientists studying earthquake early warning in the United States have received a financial boost.
There’s good news for families of Alzheimer’s patients now that two companies are collaborating on a shoe with GPS technology.
Winners of five Grammy Awards, the San Francisco Girls Chorus has been honored again. The group placed second in the “Let the Peoples Sing” international youth choir competition.