A new resident arrived at the San Francisco Zoo early Sunday morning.
A 43-year-old Vallejo man died Thursday night after a car struck him along Interstate Highway 80.
A San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled Friday that an undocumented immigrant suspected of shooting a 32-year-old woman in July at San Francisco's Pier 14 will stand trial for murder.
An autistic man drowned in Oakland's Lake Temescal Thursday evening.
A security guard for Whole Foods Market in Oakland has been suspended after a violent incident allegedly took place Thursday night.
A San Francisco police officer who resigned earlier this year after the launch of an internal investigation was arrested Friday.
A brush fire off the side of northbound Interstate Highway 280 near Belmont has been contained.
Napa Valley College police are seeking a suspect who allegedly sexually assaulted a female student inside a women's bathroom.
One person has died following a traffic accident in an unincorporated area of Contra Costa County.
More transit improvements are on their way for the 5-Fulton route and its nearly 20,000 daily riders.
A trial has been scheduled for Antolin Garcia-Torres on murder and kidnapping charges.
Confusing service changes mean Muni and BART riders should bring their patience with them Labor Day weekend.
A playground near the former Candlestick Park is set to undergo a $1.8 million renovation
Oakland International Airport experienced a significant jump in ridership over the past year.
A lawsuit against Uber can go to trial as a class action on behalf of thousands of drivers.
A former Secret Service agent who stole $820,000 worth of bitcoin from the Silk Road online black market while investigating it pleaded guilty in federal court.
PG&E was issued a $50,000 citation by the California Public Utilities Commission Monday for failing to prevent a security breach at a substation near San Jose.
A University of California at Berkeley with the measles rode on public transit and spent time on campus before diagnosed.
The family of a woman shot and killed at San Francisco's Pier 14 last month said Monday they plan to sue city and federal officials.
Contra Costa County Fire Protection District firefighters responded Monday night to a collision in Pittsburg involving an Amtrak train.
A 34-year-old man was killed after crashing his car into a parked big-rig in Oakland late Monday night.
The director of library services for the Berkeley Public Library announced he is resigning following a controversy over how the library weeded books from its collection.
Daly City police on Saturday arrested a 77-year-old man on suspicion of sexually assaulting a child at the Serramonte Shopping Center.
A pedestrian who jaywalked across El Camino Real in Los Altos on Monday night and was struck by a car is expected to survive.
An infant who was rushed to a hospital after nearly drowning in Antioch in July has died and was identified Tuesday.
A Southwest Airlines plane departing from Oakland International Airport clipped the wing of another aircraft while backing out of a gate.
A young woman was struck in the leg by gunfire as a party was breaking up in Golden Gate Park.
The U.S. Highway 101 Broadway overpass, closed over the weekend after a construction crane crashed into a transmission tower, reopened Monday.
The Sonoma County coroner's office has identified a man who was found Saturday in Lake Ralphine.
Muni riders who are enjoying service increases from last April should know more relief is coming.
Six San Quentin prison inmates have been diagnosed with Legionnaires disease as of today.
A Union City woman appears to have drowned after sliding down a cliff into the Pacific Ocean in the Big Sur area.
Officers were dispatched in South San Francisco around 9:30 a.m. on report of a middle-aged man with a rifle.
A body was found this evening in a lake in Howarth Park in Santa Rosa, police said.
Police arrested a 42-year-old San Francisco man Thursday afternoon in Fremont, on suspicion of exposing himself to females.
Visiting time for prisoners at San Quentin has been halted as health and prison officials investigate a case of Legionnaires disease.