Spend the weekend cuddling your pet tiger? Or selling a tank for your alligator? If you did it online, look out.
The San Francisco Police Department has underreported arrests of Latinos and Asians for more than a decade.
In November, San Francisco voters will give a strong yank on the drain plug of Hetch Hetchy reservoir in Yosemite.
More people are using Oakland’s SeeClickFix website and mobile app to report nuisance problems. Some are even seeing results.
To reduce plastic waste, a proposed law would require special bottle-filling water taps in new or renovated buildings.
After criticism from residents, the Berkeley and Albany police departments said they would no longer be pursuing a grant to buy an armored car.
Goldman Sachs got hit with a deadline and a threatened boycott by the Oakland City Council Tuesday night.
In a rinse-and-repeat from recent years, San Francisco schools face big cuts after coming up $30 million short on their $597 million budget.
The sleek new glass tower at Golden Gate and Polk is set to be the greenest building in the country. But being green also means spending green.
After years of waiting, a movable barrier is set to be installed on the Golden Gate Bridge next year.
Voters in San Diego and San Jose resoundingly approved measures cutting retirement benefits to public employees.
A San Francisco man’s car was stolen, recovered, and then auctioned off, all as the owner tried to protest exorbitant towing fees.
Mayor Ed Lee announced funding has been found to freshen Coit Tower and its iconic frescoes.
Years have passed, fingers have been pointed, and now it seems The City is finally making headway in cleaning up Lake Merced.
Groups are rushing to gather enough signatures to recall Oakland Mayor Jean Quan before their deadline approaches.
When it comes to another dollar in taxes on a pack of cigarettes, supporters and opponents are making their voices heard.
A new car service is getting heat from San Francisco cab companies and The City about the legality of their business.
The next ship in the Navy’s fleet could be named USS Harvey Milk if a San Diego County congressman has his way.
The state’s new prison plan could save a billion dollars this year alone, but it fails to acknowledge the bigger picture.
Out-of-state corporations are opposing a bill that would close a loophole and make them pony up for middle-income college students’ tuition.
The state assembly has unanimously passed a bill cracking down on new forms of cyber bullying.
Before you make that next phone call, you might want to ask yourself if that’s something you want the FBI to hear.
Facing record deficits in the billions of dollars, California has slowed hiring. Will that be enough to prevent a disaster?
The red tape has been ripped off a long-kept stash of 1940 census data collected from 132 million Americans.