SAP CENTER — Czech rookie sensation Tomas Hertl tallied his first two NHL goals in the first period.
Sunday night’s game at Candlestick will trigger great memories for Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak.
The 49ers can keep the Texans’ defense honest by reestablishing the running game that bowled over the Rams last week.
Don’t expect to see the Warriors’ big guns play big minutes until the Oct. 30 season opener.
Despite a late-inning comeback fueled by a Yoenis Cespedes home run, the A’s fell just short and dropped Game 1.
The A’s were swept by the Tigers in 2006 and fell to Detroit in last year’s ALDS. So what’s in store tonight?
SAP CENTER — The Sharks racked up their 10th consecutive win against rival Vancouver Canucks.
The roster poaching between NFC West rivals continued as the Seahawks claimed versatile quarterback B.J. Daniels.
Serbian guard Nemanja Nedovic looks likely to compete for minutes at backup guard with fan favorite Kent Bazemore.
AT&T PARK — Hunter Pence ended a forgettable 2013 season with a ninth-inning walk-off single in the Giants’ season finale.
Hunter Pence’s home run and contract were among the few things that went the Giants’ way Saturday.
Andrew Bogut, Stephen Curry and David Lee are injury-free and in the best shape of their lives.
From the Midwest to the Middle East, attendees gathered at SF State Thursday to kick off Room For Hope.
Second-year general manager Bob Myers knows how fragile — and important — team chemistry is.
All eyes are watching Mark Jackson and the Warriors to see if they can take last season’s success even further.
Logan Couture took center stage with a game-winning backhander to give Team Teal a 3-2 OT victory.
The A’s looked like a first-place team Friday night, as their solid starting pitching and big hits demolished the Twins.
The newly-sweatered Sharks fell to the Anaheim Ducks 3-2 in OT at the newly-renamed SAP Center in San Jose.
In an epic back-and-forth battle in front of 11,461 fans in Oakland, the A’s pulled out more late-inning drama.
Andre Iguodala and his Warriors teammates are back in the Bay Area gearing up for training camp Sept. 28.
Warriors forward Draymond Green and his leaner teammates have big plans for the 2013-14 season.
Jarrod Parker struggled and the offense was stagnant as the Angels trounced the Athletics 12-1.
City CarShare is bringing its signature mode of shared transportation to the Tri-Valley area.
While you’re searching for the Golden Gate Park fairy door, keep your eyes peeled for adorable coyote pups.
The creators of the original fairy door in Golden Gate Park have installed a new little portal, much to everyone’s delight.
Though the Balboa lives on, there’s still time for cinephiles to put your money where your popcorn goes.
While other urban colleges have negotiated free or reduced student passes, SF State students pay full price.
O.CO COLISEUM — In a brilliant pitching duel between young starters, the A’s and Sonny Gray came out on top.
The 49ers got answers to their key questions this preseason and, for the most part, looked sharp doing it.
SAN DIEGO — As I approach the 10th Avenue entrance to Petco Park, my heart is in my throat.
The world of taut thriller Closed Circuit bears a striking resemblance to the world we inhabit today.
Mountain lions that get too close to humans are a step closer to getting a second chance.
In Candlestick’s final preseason game, the 49ers marched toward locking down the depth chart.
Ryan Vogelsong went eight innings strong and the offense came through late with a three-run eighth inning.
The 49ers will reduce their 90-man roster to 75 players on Tuesday, making tonight’s game crucial for those on the bubble.
AT&T PARK — The Giants scoring four runs in the first inning must have felt like winning a big hand at the poker table.
A southbound Caltrain caught fire at Millbrae station Saturday night, billowing smoke and forcing an evacuation.
A man who smashed his dubstep-loving co-worker over the head with a champagne bottle was acquitted Thursday.
The author of “Ten Things I Hate About You: SF Edition” gets offered a free one-way trip out of The City.
AT&T PARK — The Pirates are enjoying the kind of season that many expected out of the Giants who won’t be the defending World Champs much longer.
In a tightly pitched ballgame Friday night, the Oakland Athletics came out on top over the Cleveland Indians, 3-2.
Sonny Gray tossed eight shutout innings and Nate Freiman jolted the A’s offense as Oakland avoided a sweep by the Astros.
Daly City’s Ana Julaton believes a win over Celina Salazar Saturday will propel her toward a bright future.
SANTA CLARA — The 49ers showed glimpses of explosiveness in their last training camp practice open to the media.
More than 75,000 people filled historic Yerba Buena Gardens this weekend for the 20th Pistahan festival.
10,536 eager 49ers fans got a peek at what coach Jim Harbaugh called a “raggedy” offensive display.
AT&T PARK — The Orioles scored three times in the 10th, highlighted by a two-run double from Chris Davis to crush the Giants 5-2.
Muni is targeting an 11 percent reduction in travel times to and from the Richmond on the 5L-Fulton.
AT&T PARK — Tim Lincecum tossed eight scoreless innings and Brandon Belt smacked a three-run homer.
AT&T PARK — Madison Bumgarner pitched great until the eighth, when a series of mistakes led to a big Milwaukee inning.
The Giants’ troubles scoring runs with men on base was coupled with a pair of big league errors in a 3-1 loss to the Brewers.
The Warriors announced their 2013-2014 schedule Tuesday and my, how things have changed.
A $2.3 million project has big changes in store for the Outer Richmond’s Balboa Street corridor.
AT&T PARK — After a decent 3-3 road trip, the Giants faced off against an ideal opponent, the lowly Milwaukee Brewers.
San Francisco went 3-3 on the road trip and with a good homestand, there’s still hope for Giants fans.
The A’s have lost four of their last five games and their lead in the AL West is just 2-1/2 games over the Texas Rangers.
The Athletics defeated the Texas Rangers 4-2 on Saturday and pushed their American League West division lead back to 3-1/2 games.
The A’s slugged their way into a tie for the best record in baseball with a 9-4 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night.
Tim Lincecum gave up two solo homers and the Giants’ continued to struggle with runners in scoring position.
Except for their All-Stars and Tim Lincecum’s no-hitter, the 2013 season has been a disaster for the Giants.
Wearing replica 1969 gold uniforms, the A’s beat the Angels 3-1 and now lead the AL West by five games.
Wednesday’s 8-3 loss puts the Giants in a 7-1/2 game hole behind first place, their largest deficit all season.
Citizens appealing City decisions about any large building project now have a clear set of rules for filing the paperwork.
LAS VEGAS — Undrafted Ian Clark saved his best for last, scoring 33 points to seal the Summer League title for the Warriors.
LAS VEGAS — The Warriors are heading to the Summer League championship after beating Charlotte 75-67 in the semifinals.
Buster Posey hit a two-run homer and Pablo Sandoval added an RBI double as the Giants held off the Diamondbacks 4-3.
Winning the first game of this critical ten-game homestand is a good place for the Giants to start the second half.
This love story turned sour involves a hacky-sack circle, a man living in a tree and a shirtless hero.
LAS VEGAS — Kent Bazemore made it clear. The consolation round? Not good enough.
LAS VEGAS — With Stephen Curry and David Lee watching courtside, the Warriors’ Summer League team did not disappoint.
Several hundred demonstrators in downtown San Francisco joined others in cities across the country.