An Obama administration statement says the legislation being voted on Thursday would threaten civil rights by allowing law enforcement officials to gather immigration status information from any person at any time.
A Bay Area couple said their experience with Lyft became a nightmare when they were attacked by two men sharing a ride with them in San Francisco early Wednesday morning.
A woman who got her arm stuck in a San Francisco BART station escalator Wednesday afternoon was taken to a hospital but was not seriously injured, BART police and San Francisco fire officials said.
While riding home one day, a man picks up an old-fashioned sewing machine he found dumped in a trash heap. What he’s done with it the last 14 years makes him this week’s Jefferson Award winner.
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is pushing back against an anticipated crackdown on bicyclists who flout the rules of the road from the San Francisco Police Department’s Park Station officers.
A look at five of the best places to find tasty fish tacos in San Francisco
The Contemporary Jewish Museum gave CBS and Radio.com a look into Winehouse’s youth in London.
People who rely on BART to travel between San Francisco and the Peninsula to the East Bay will have to find alternate ways across the bay later this summer. The transit agency will close the Transbay tube for repairs during the first weekend in August and over Labor Day weekend.
Downtown subway service on all light-rail lines will shut down early every night from Friday July 31 until January 2016 to allow for upgrades to radio and emergency communications systems, according to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
Escaped Pit Bull Shot In Leg After Attacking U.S. Mint Employee, 2 Others Outside San Francisco Coin Factory
A pit bull’s leg will likely be amputated after the dog allegedly attacked a U.S. Mint employee and two other people outside the Mint building in San Francisco and was shot by federal police.