After two San Francisco cable car operators were seriously injured recently by motorists who illegally passed stopped cable cars, San Francisco police will be cracking down on motorists who flout the law.
Drowning doesn’t look like drowning. That’s the message Francisco Saldaña is getting across by a series of educational videos called Spot The Drowning Child.
Monday is the final day for private cars on the downtown stretch of Market Street in San Francisco.
A mass of bicyclists blocked traffic during the first-ever “wiggle stop-in” on the popular bike route in San Francisco’s Lower Haight and Duboce Triangle neighborhoods during the evening commute Wednesday to protest the Police Department’s enforcement of a law requiring cyclists to come to a full stop at stop signs.
A San Francisco bike group unhappy with a crackdown on cyclists who run stop signs is protesting the law by obeying it in critical mass style.
Anyone caught flying a drone over a fire or emergency scene could have it destroyed under a proposed bill.
This is the first reported injury accident involving the self-driving car.
An Oakland Athletics season ticket-holder asked a federal court Monday to protect fans from flying bats and balls by ordering Major League Baseball to extend the safety netting at its ballparks the entire length of the foul lines.
The holiday weekend is expected to be a busy one for many California state parks, and officials are reminding people to be safe outdoors.
The federal agency that oversees railroads has asked digital mapping companies to alert drivers as they approach track crossings in the hope that visual and audio cues will lead to greater awareness of potential dangers.