Grand Opening For SF’s Bayview Hunters View Apartments, Residents Get ‘Million Dollar Views’Hunters View apartment complex had its grand opening this week and it has what some are calling “million dollar views” from San Francisco's Bayview District.
Man Hit, Killed By Union Pacific Train In BerkeleyThe fire department received reports of a train hitting a pedestrian near the Berkeley and Albany border at 9:06 a.m., Berkeley fire Acting Deputy Chief Avery Webb said.
West Oakland Apartment Tenants Claim Landlord Sexual Harrassment, Deplorable ConditionsMore than a dozen tenants of a West Oakland apartment complex have filed complaints against their landlord that include sexual harassment and deplorable living conditions.
Oakland Business Leaders Move Ahead With Stadium PlansOakland business leaders are moving ahead with plans for a waterfront baseball stadium downtown and they have the support of Oakland Mayor Jean Quan but not necessarily that of the Oakland A's.
Smokers Fuming About Tobacco Ban On UC, Cal Campuses Smoking and the use of all tobacco products are now banned at all University of California and Cal-State campuses. As expected, some smokers at UC Berkeley aren’t happy about the new restrictions.
BART Expected To Make Final Vote On Revised Contract With UnionsBART is expected to take a final vote Thursday on its revised contract with its two largest employee unions. A yes vote would mean that union members could approve it as early as next week.
California Schools Reviewing Locker Rooms To Prep For Transgender Students' Rights LawA new law that spells out the rights of transgender students in kindergarten through 12th grade is set to take effect in California on Jan. 1. To get ready, school districts are reviewing locker room layouts, scheduling sensitivity training for staff and reconsidering senior portrait dress codes.
Sheriff Investigating Christmas Day Murder-Suicide In San LorenzoThe Alameda County Sheriff’s department was busy Christmas morning investigating a murder suicide in San Lorenzo.
Oakland Port TruckersThis Week; Asking Assistance In Complying With Emissions Standards For the second time this week, independent truckers held a protest Friday at the Port of Oakland for better pay, and for financial help in complying with new emissions standards they say could drive them away from home.
Thousands Served Thanksgiving Meal At SF's Glide Memorial ChurchHundreds of volunteers helped serve the thousands of needy in San Francisco.
Transit Officials Considering Bike Lockers For San Francisco It's one of the recommendations from a San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency study on long-term bicycle parking in San Francisco.
San Francisco Middle Schools Receive $2.7M Donation From Salesforce CEO The CEO of visited a San Francisco school on Monday to highlight a $2.7 million donation by his company to the city's middle schools that will include 750 iPads.
BART Resumes Talks With Largest Union 1 Month Before DeadlineBART and its largest union resumed negotiations in an ongoing labor dispute Monday, halfway through a 60-day cooling off period. But both sides remained far apart as the deadline approaches.
BART Unions Concerned About Another Possible StrikeThe two sides have failed to hold talks since a cooling off period was ordered in early August.
Bridal Shop Offers Free Wedding Gowns To Military WivesTwo Bay Area women spent Wednesday trying on wedding gowns as they plan for their respective weddings in the shadow of military deployment.