All Bay, All Day
Visitors wishing to enjoy Angel Island State Park this weekend will have to postpone their plans.
Prosecutors say Venije Singkoh used his tongue while kissing a 9-year-old at his church.
Suspended state Sen. Leland Yee and political consultant Keith Jackson were given a June 1 date in federal court.
An interfaith memorial and candlelit vigil took place at San Francisco's Civic Center Plaza Thursday evening.
Police have stills from video surveillance footage of a man in a Santa suit robbing a bank in downtown San Francisco.
The “bash brothers” are gone, but Earthquakes 'brash brother' Steven Lenhart is here to stay.
Transit planners are moving ahead with components of the Geary Bus Rapid Transit project.
San Francisco’s transportation agency received an early Christmas gift as the agency continues to shop for new Muni buses.
A woman who was injured in a suspicious incident at an outlet mall parking lot last week in Livermore died Tuesday.
San Jose City Manager Ed Shikada announced his resignation as of the day Mayor-elect Sam Liccardo takes office.
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan said today that there's been a "significant decrease" in use-of-force incidents by her city's police.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted down a resolution drafted by San Francisco Supervisor John Avalos.
The 49ers terminated Ray McDonald's contract in light of fresh sex assault allegations.
The Quakes may look to add roster depth from a loaded Stage Two of the Re-Entry Process
Four vehicle fires in San Francisco's Mission District and Dolores Heights neighborhood that occurred within a two-hour span.
San Jose police obtained a warrant to search the East San Jose home of San Francisco 49ers player Ray McDonald.
A Petaluma man believed to be responsible for vandalizing property with graffiti from Bakersfield to Seattle was arrested Monday.
San Francisco retirees spoke out against the reappointment of Wendy Paskin-Jordan to The City's Retirement Board.
A fresh wave of heavy rain washed over the Bay Area Tuesday, flooding highways and contributing to accidents.
University of California at Berkeley officials notified 1,600 people this week that their personal data might have been hacked.
A proposed law would protect storied music venues from complaining residents.
Regulators Tuesday indefinitely suspended the liquor license of a San Jose bar with a history of crime and disorderly conduct.
A federal judge has ordered Oakland City Attorney Barbara Parker to turn over documents to a court-appointed official.
Officials are working to recover human remains that were found on the side of state Highway 9.
Police arrested a transient man on suspicion of murdering another transient man beneath a U.S. Highway 101 on-ramp.
Economic data for the City and County of San Francisco indicate the job and residential real estate markets remain strong.
Major Bay Area cities are experiencing record rainfall during the first half of December.
A Vallejo woman faces 14 months in prison when she is sentenced next month in Sonoma County Superior Court.
Market Street could soon be lit up with lights sparkling along its overhead wires.
The city of San Bruno asked the CPUC Monday to order PG&E to release 65,000 email messages.
A robbery victim chased his assailants through Richmond until they shot at him and injured a bystander.
At least four Oakland high schools staged a walkout over police killings of unarmed black men.
Michael Brown Sr., whose son's death sparked a wave of protests, met with hundreds of San Francisco high school students.
The San Jose Police Department has placed an officer on administrative leave after he posted Twitter messages critical of protests.
A protester climbed a flagpole at police headquarters with a flag that said "black lives matter."
A group of anonymous artists claimed responsibility for effigies of two black men and a woman hanging from nooses on the University of California at Berkeley campus on Saturday.