KCBS Cover Story: Buses The Primary Option To Replace Striking BART TrainsWith another BART strike looming, commuters may have to find an alternate way of getting around.
Unions File Lawsuit Against BART Alleging Unfair Labor PracticesAlready acrimonious contract negotiations between BART and its unions are heating up even more, now that union leaders say they're taking legal action.
Bay Area Mom Remembers Son Who Died On Memorial Day 2003 In IraqWhile ceremonies are planned across the Bay Area and the country this Memorial Day, one Bay Area mother -- whose son was killed in the line of duty -- believes the best way to honor the fallen heroes is to help the ones that make it back home.
SFO Announces Plans For Major Upgrades Over Next DecadeOfficials at San Francisco International Airport announced on Monday, they hope to spend more than $4 billion over the next 10 years to make major upgrades.
Ex-SFSU Safety Director, Vendor Face 200+ Charges In Alleged Bribery SchemeProsecutors say a former director at San Francisco State University and a local vendor are facing a total of 246 felony charges in connection with an alleged bribery scheme on campus.
CHP Renews Oakland Patrols, Sheriff's Office Pulls DeputiesThe California Highway Patrol has renewed a deal to help Oakland's undermanned police force by patrolling the city's streets while the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office will not.
SF Shop Owners, Bike Advocates Battle Over Polk Street Bike Lane ProposalThe proposal being looked at would eliminate parking and build a bike lane on one side of the busy street.
Powerball Lottery Tickets Go On Sale In CaliforniaPeople aspiring to be millionaires crowded lottery retailers throughout California on Monday as the state became the 43rd to offer Powerball.
Electric Car Maker Tesla Turns First-Ever Profit, Sales Beat EstimatesFor the first time since its inception, Silicon Valley-based Tesla Motors has turned a profit as sales of its all-electric sedan are exceeding forecasts.
AT&T Park Expects Near Capacity Crowds For World Baseball Classic FinalsUpwards of 100,000 fans are expected to jam AT&T Park starting Sunday night for the finals of the World Baseball Classic.
Animal Rights Group Sues Wine Country Restaurant For Breaking Foie Gras BanThe Animal Legal Defense Fund has initiated legal action against La Toque, alleging that the Napa Valley restaurant is illegally selling the delicacy foie gras.
Oakland PD Chief Disputes Claim Of Officers Pointing Guns At ToddlerPolice chief Howard Jordan disputed an account in a court-appointed monitor’s report that described two Oakland officers pointing their loaded weapons at a sleeping toddler, while serving a search warrant.
SFPD Fine-Tunes Celebration Response Tactics Using World Series LessonsThe reminders continue: it will be all hands on deck and zero tolerance for violence in San Francisco during and after the 49ers' appearance in the Super Bowl.
Some San Francisco Police To Wear Packers Jerseys For 49ers Playoff GameWhile most San Francisco police officers assigned to Saturday’s 49ers playoff game will be in uniform, the department said some won’t be so easy to spot.
Bay Area Transit Braces For 1 Million Giants Parade RevelersMore than one million people are expected to pack into San Francisco Wednesday for the Giants' ticker tape parade along Market St. in honor of the team's Sunday night World Series win.