Reaction To Soleimani Killing Muted, Mixed Among Bay Area Iranian AmericansIn life, Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was a deeply polarizing figure -- reviled by some and revered by others. And he remains no less polarizing in death.
Cooling Off? Bay Area Home Prices Dip Slightly In October Home prices in San Francisco fell in October, compared with a year ago, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index released Tuesday.
Rain, Wind, Sierra Snow: 'Atmospheric River' Arrives With Friday Evening CommuteAn 'Atmospheric River' storm front, packing intense downpours and gusty winds, was poised Friday off the California coast, ready to make the Bay Area's evening commute a challenging journey home.
Bay Area Voters Ready To Make A Difference In California PrimaryWith the state primary election moved to an earlier date in the coming election year, California may actually have some say in who will be the Democratic nominee.
VIDEO: Cold Storm Front Dumps Snow On Bay Area's Diablo RangeA potent cold weather front that battered the Bay Area overnight left a picturesque wintry postcard behind as snow dusted the tops of the East Bay's Diablo Range.
Holiday Gas Prices In Bay Area Hit Record HighsTypically around this time of year, gas prices are cheaper. But not this year. AAA reports Bay Area drivers are paying record prices right now. Those gas prices have never been this expensive right before Thanksgiving.
Atherton Stays Most Expensive Zip Code In U.S.; 55 Bay Area Zip Codes In Top 125The wealthy Peninsula enclave of Atherton held on to its top spot as the nation's most expensive zip code.
Veterans Day Events Around the Bay AreaCommunities around the San Francisco Bay Area will be holding events on Sunday and Monday to commemorate Veterans Day.
Recent Power Shutoffs, Earthquakes Point Up Need For Disaster Kit In Bay AreaBetween last week's PG&E power shutoffs and the earthquakes over the past 24 hours, emergency preparedness has probably jumped the top of the to-do list for many Bay Area residents.
PG&E Restores Power to 97% of Customers Impacted by ShutoffsPacific Gas & Electric says it has restored power to 97 percent of the customers it deliberately blacked out because of weather-related fire concerns.
Crews Struggle With Terrain During Power Restoration In North BayFor anyone in the North Bay waiting for their power to be restored Friday, there were about 6,000 people trying to make it happen.
Economic Research Shows Bay Area Employment Expected To Expand Even MoreNon-farm employment is expected to grow through the end of the year in most regions of the Bay Area, according to a forecast released Wednesday by Beacon Economics, an economic research firm based in Los Angeles.
Berkeley Poll: 52% Of California Voters Have Considered Leaving StateMore than half of California voters said they have contemplated leaving the state, with most citing housing costs, according to a new poll from the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies.
Bay Area Apartment Construction Up In 2019, But Lags Other Major AreasThe number of apartments to be built in the Bay Area is expected to rise in 2019, with more than 11,000 units being built.
Temperatures Soar Across The Bay Area; Heat Advisory In Effect A high pressure system stalled over the Bay Area Thursday, triggering a heat warning from San Francisco fire officials and sending temperatures well above the seasonal averages.