New proposal addresses handicap placard fraud by making all drivers pay for parking.
Following last month’s Boston bombings, The City has added extra security for Sunday’s 102nd Bay to Breakers.
Car-sharing companies could soon be set aside up to 300 street parking spaces in San Francisco.
France became the 14th country to legalize same-sex marriage Saturday after President Francois Hollande signed it into law.
Bay Area drivers need to keep an eye on their bank accounts after credit card skimmers were found at East Bay gas stations.
Patrons are eating up African lion at Mokutanya Yakitori in Burlingame, farm-raised in Illinois and shipped to the Bay Area.
Some dogs in San Francisco know exactly where their favorite bone is: In their mail carrier’s arm.
Despite the death of a veteran sailor last week, officials said the America’s Cup yacht race is on course as planned.
“If you would play the game of thrones, you must play to win.” And it doesn’t hurt if you swing a mean sword.
Fees charged for graduation sometimes means CSU students can’t afford to attend their ceremonies.
A traffic accident along Highway 35 turned ugly when a suspect allegedly assaulted another driver with a skateboard.
As if the garlic fries line couldn’t get any longer, food workers at AT&T Park are threatening to strike.
Reducing robberies and burglaries will cut overall crime, argues Bill Bratton in his report to Oakland police.
Several investigations are underway into Thursday’s drowning of Olympic sailing champion Andrew Simpson.
A new play showcases about a dozen women recounting the struggles and sacrifices they made to enter the U.S.