Emeryville Eyes Record-Breaking Residential SkyscraperA 54-story residential tower is being proposed for Emeryville, which would make it the tallest residential building in the Bay Area.
San Francisco Unveils Plan To Help Reduce Storefront VacanciesFaced with a spike in the number of empty storefronts in San Francisco, Mayor London Breed is vowing to cut the costs and the red tape for businesses to open new retail locations in the city’s neighborhoods.
Kaiser Permanente Mental Health Workers Walk Off The JobThousands of mental health workers at Kaiser Permanente offices across the state walked off the job Monday -- the first day of a week-long strike over staffing levels and pay.
Google+ To Close Early After New Bug Affecting 52M People DiscoveredGoogle will shut down its Google+ social network much sooner than planned after discovering a second bug that revealed millions of customers' private information to software developers.
GoPro Moving Production Out Of China Over Tariff ConcernsPeninsula-based action-camera maker GoPro says it will move production of U.S.-bound cameras out of China by the summer over tariff-related concerns.
KOIT Yields To Listeners Demands; Returns 'Baby It's Cold Outside' To PlaylistAfter polling thousands of Bay Area radio listeners, San Francisco's KOIT radio station announced Monday it was returning the controversial 'Baby It's Cold Outside' holiday song to its daily playlist.
Twitter CEO Knocked For Promoting Myanmar Meditation RetreatExtolling the virtues of Myanmar as a travel destination while bypassing the plight of a minority group persecuted by the Southeast Asian nation's government is not going over well for CEO Jack Dorsey
Camp Fire Victims Awaiting Inspection Won't Lose FEMA AidFederal officials say survivors of the deadly Camp Fire will not lose disaster assistance if they are unable to get their homes inspected in the next month.
Sonoma Man Accused Of Defrauding People Paying Back Student LoansThe owner of a financial services enterprise has been arrested and charged in federal court in San Francisco with fraud in connection with an alleged scheme to steal millions of dollars from people trying to repay student loans.
California To Require Solar Panels On All New HomesCalifornia’s push toward more renewable energy has reached a major milestone with a new mandate beginning in 2020 that requires all new homes built to include solar rooftop panels.
CDC: Central Coast Romaine Lettuce Still Off Limits After More IllnessesThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to warn against eating any romaine lettuce from California's Central Coast amid a multistate outbreak of E. coli illnesses linked to romaine lettuce.
Target Pays $7.4 Million To Settle California Hazardous Waste SuitRetail store giant Target Corp. has agreed to pay $7.4 million to settle allegations that it violated a 2011 stipulated judgment regarding the company’s handling and disposal of retail hazardous waste, prosecutors said.
Infant Ibuprofen Sold At CVS, Walmart, Family Dollar RecalledThe recalled lots of the product have been found to potentially have higher concentrations of ibuprofen.
Postal Inspector Offers Tips On Preventing Porch TheftsFront porches have become easy targets for crooks, especially as we get closer to Christmas. But even as surveillance cameras are catching porch pirates in the act on a daily basis, mail theft arrests are pretty rare.