Power Outage Forces Evacuation of Rides at Santa Cruz Beach BoardwalkA power outage in Santa Cruz Monday afternoon reportedly shut down the rides at the Beach Boardwalk that left some guests stranded for a time, according to the amusement park.
San Francisco Fire Victim Critical After Rescue From Larkin Street BuildingFire crews in San Francisco on Monday were able to rescue a victim in critical condition from a fire on the third floor of a Larkin Street building, authorities said.
San Mateo Co.: Masks Required at County Facilities Due to Rise in Covid Cases
Car Careens Into Home; Triggers San Francisco Bayview District Gas LeakA car careened into a home in San Francisco's Bayview District early Monday morning, severing a gas line, authorities said.
Even Threat Of Lightning Has San Francisco Bay Area Firefighters On EdgeAnother upper atmospheric blast of monsoonal moisture was heading toward the San Francisco Bay Area Monday, bringing with it a chance of thunderstorms.
San Francisco To Consider Transit Fees On Congested City StreetsCongestion pricing would force drivers to pay a fee to cross into the busiest areas in San Francisco during rush hour.
After 5-Hour Chase in San Francisco, Dog Rescued, Restored to OwnerAfter a 5-hour chase across train tracks and around parked cars by four officers near Oracle Park, Nieve, a fluffy white terrier mix, was reunited with her family Friday.
San Francisco Bars Consider Requiring Proof of VaccinationYou could be showing more than ID at some bars in San Francisco soon. They could be asking to see proof that you're not just 21 but vaccinated against COVID-19 as well.
Weather Service: Slight Chance Of Dry Lightning In Bay Area Early Next WeekThe National Weather Service is closely monitoring current monsoon conditions over the Southwest that are expected to drift north into California's Central Coast and the Bay Area early next week and could lead to a slight chance of dangerous dry lightning storms.
Person On Tracks Hit, Killed By Caltrain In BurlingameA person was hit and killed by a Caltrain Friday morning in Burlingame, the agency said.
Face Masks to Be Required Inside All San Mateo County Buildings Starting MondaySan Mateo County supervisors announced late Thursday that, effective July 26, masks will be required in all county buildings and facilities for both employees and visitors.
$20,000 Price Tag Of San Francisco Trash Can Prototypes Stuns Residents, City LeadersSan Francisco's Department of Public Works wants to replace 3,000 existing green trash cans with bigger and better-looking ones. The prototype being considered will cost taxpayers about $20,000 per can.
Momentum Building For Major Donors Supporting Racially-Diverse Climate GroupsA massive foundation in Silicon Valley is among the philanthropic groups focusing on directing funds to minority-led environmental organizations, according to data released Thursday.
Twitter Posts Stronger-Than-Expected Q2 Results, Shares JumpTwitter on Thursday posted stronger-than-expected earnings for the second quarter thanks to growing advertising demand across all geographic regions and types of ad products.
San Francisco To Get 400 New Treatment Beds For Mental Health, Substance Abuse - 'An Unprecedented Expansion'San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Thursday that the city will create 400 new treatment beds, 140 of which will open this year, for people experiencing mental health issues or substance abuse.