Wednesday 1/1111:18 pm
By Sara Gaiser
Plans for a soup kitchen in San Francisco's Mission District are meeting with opposition from neighbors worried that it will bring more homeless people into the area.
Friday 12/3011:54 am
By Sara Gaiser
San Francisco prosecutors Friday said they will not retry a man accused of battery on a police officer in a struggle with BART police that was captured on bystander video this summer.
Saturday 12/105:16 pm
By Keith Burbank and Daniel Montes
BART officials said service through San Francisco has been restored after a power outage stranded passengers between Daly City and San Francisco's 24th Street station.
Thursday 12/19:38 pm
By Jeff Shuttleworth
A Bay Point man was sentenced Thursday to 118 years to life in state prison for his convictions for first-degree murder and attempted murder for a shooting outside a Berkeley barbershop in October 2010 that left one man dead and another seriously wounded.
Tuesday 11/227:24 pm
By Dan McMenamin
BART officials Tuesday unveiled new police patrol desks at its Powell and Civic Center stations in San Francisco that will be tested during the busy holiday shopping season.
Thursday 11/1711:01 am
By Scott Morris
The Bay Area chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations is denouncing an apparent hate crime on Monday in which a woman was targeted for an auto break-in at a Fremont park because she was wearing a headscarf.
Wednesday 11/94:36 pm
By Jerold Chinn
Bay Area voters in BART's three-district counties approved a $3.5 billion bond measure Tuesday night that will go toward repairing the transit system's aging infrastructure.