No damage was reported from the 6.9-magnitude earthquake that struck Sunday night.
JANE WARNER MEMORIAL PLAZA — San Francisco’s nude activists got naked again Saturday.
Safeway and Albertsons will form a giant grocery chain with 2,400 stores and 250,000 workers.
Public housing occupants complained about issues from leaky roofs to pest infestations.
San Francisco will invest $17 million over the next five years on pedestrian safety projects.
San Jose filed a federal appeal of its case to bring the Oakland Athletics to the South Bay.
California cities are unifying in an effort to banish plastic waste from our state.
For car theft victim Michael McVey, the tragedy wasn’t losing his car, it was losing his dog.
Hotheads are at increased risk for heart attack or stroke immediately following an angry outburst.
CITY HALL — New legislation would stem free-flowing profits for bottled water producers.
Facebook is mulling a plan to deploy high-altitude drones to provide Internet access.
Bridge tolls will increase by $1 on April 7 on their way as much as $8 by 2018.
Relatives of a UC Berkeley student diagnosed with measles have also contracted the disease.
Google will foot the bill for two years of the SFMTA’s free Muni for youth program.
Supervisor Mark Farrell will host hearings to assess The City’s role in housing the homeless.
The most recent subway delay has stirred Supervisor Scott Wiener to convene a hearing.
StartupBus brings strangers together to develop startup concepts on a multi-day road trip.
The SFMTA is opening public comment Thursday on its latest budget proposal.
Minors now face penalties if things go down after they charge cover fees at underage parties.
Dog owners are on alert again after fresh discoveries of possibly tainted meatballs.
Asiana Airlines has been fined for failing to adequately notify family members of Flight 214 passengers.
San Francisco’s ongoing war against plastic cleared a key hurdle Monday.
A series of storms look to provide some much-needed relief for the current drought.
Death penalty opponents have criticized reforms sponsored by three former governors.
Cal has produced more volunteers for the Peace Corps than any other school since 1961.
Proposed hikes would bump Golden Gate Bridge tolls to as high as $8 by 2018.
Researchers have identified a polio-like syndrome in a cluster of children from California.
A plan to divide California into six states is gathering signatures for the November ballot.
Harvey Milk, Steve Jobs and John Lennon will soon share a distinct American honor.
Bystanders say they watched an SFPD cruiser run over and kill a Chihuahua in the Richmond.
Your next flight to the Pacific Northwest from the Bay Area could include free beer or wine.
The legislation includes funds for housing and food for workers affected by the drought.
The flu — particularly H1N1 — is hitting young and middle aged people hard.
Retailer Gap Inc. announced that it will voluntarily boost the minimum wage of its employees.