Bay Area Landmark Gets Green Facelift For Earth DayThe iconic “C&H Pure Cane Sugar” sign was erected in 1956 and is a landmark known throughout the Bay Area.
Sign-Spinning Advertisers Attracting So Much Attention They're Nearly Causing CrashesA California man's sign-spinning advertising business is attracting lots of attention.
Fed Up 'SO Restaurant' Owner Closes Shop & Blames CustomersA sign placed in the window read "We are Closed Because of YOU (customers)"
San Francisco Street Sign Hacked To Read 'Be Nice People'For the second time in as many weeks, a San Francisco street sign has been hacked to read a clever message to drivers.
Bicyclist Critically Injured After Rolling Through Stop Sign, Colliding With Car In San FranciscoA bicyclist was critically injured when he allegedly rolled through a stop sign and collided with a car in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood on Sunday night, police said Monday.
SF Traffic Sign Hacked To Warn Drivers Of 'Godzilla Attack' A prankster is getting points for creativity after hacking an electronic traffic sign in San Francisco warning of a “Godzilla Attack.”
'Hey Dirtbags: We're Watching You' Signs Go Up In Concord Neighborhood Plagued By CrimeNeighbors fed up with crime in Concord have a message for the “dirtbags” casing their neighborhood: “We’re watching you.”
CHP Warns Of ‘Floosing’ Along 101 During StormA California Highway Patrol typo resulted in a “Floosing” warning along the wet 101 freeway late Wednesday morning.
Giants Sign Veteran Outfielder Jeff FrancoeurVeteran outfielder Jeff Francoeur agreed to terms on a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday.
Thousands Sign Petition Urging UC To Drop New LogoThe University of California’s new logo isn’t getting high marks from some students, employees and alumni.
Brad Penny, Giants Agree On Minor League DealRight-hander Brad Penny has agreed to terms on a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants as a candidate to help in the bullpen.
Fallen Oakland Officers Honored On Anniversary Of Tragedy About 300 people gathered at an auditorium at Oakland police headquarters Wednesday morning to pay tribute to four officers who were killed by a wanted parolee three years ago.