All Bay, All Day
The wait is over for BART passengers as the first "Fleet of The Future" 10-car train went into service Friday.
Passengers may be able to ride BART's newly-certified train cars as soon as Friday afternoon.
The manufacturer has a fix for problems that surfaced during a test run for new BART trains, but it's highly unlikely any of the trains will be in service by Thanksgiving.
New BART train cars flunked a safety inspection by a state regulatory agency, potentially delaying their rollout.
Officials with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency approved a new permit program for to regulate the reemergence of jitneys.
Muni subway service returned to normal after closures during weeknights and all day on weekends.
San Francisco's famous fog was hardly enough to deter residents from stepping outside for a glimpse of a rare solar eclipse.
San Francisco's California Public Utilities Commission calls on California residents to reduce energy use during The Great Solar Eclipse.
PG&E Co. was ordered to pay a $400,000 fine for a toppled transmission tower that caused a massive blackout in Monterey County.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera issued administrative subpoenas Monday to Uber and Lyft.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee wants ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft to start releasing its data to The City.
As California gears up for legalized recreational marijuana, state regulators are trying to figure out how the new industry will impact the energy supply.
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A prosecutor told a federal jury in San Francisco Tuesday that PG&E "made a decision to maximize profits instead of prioritizing safety."
The Central Marin Police Authority intercepted a party bus in Larkspur Monday afternoon with drugs, alcohol and 33 Marin County teens on board.
The CPUC approved a settlement requiring Comcast to pay $33.4 million for releasing the unlisted phone numbers of nearly 75,000 customers.
A San Francisco-based conservation group said a new electricity rate plan passed Friday will raise rates on majority of customers and make the air dirtier.
The California Public Utilities Commission Thursday imposed a $1.6 billion penalty, its largest ever, on PG&E for the unsafe operation of its gas transmission system and the deadly pipeline rupture in San Bruno in 2010.
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San Bruno officials announced Tuesday they support a proposed increased $1.6 billion penalty and fine for PG&E .
PG&E Co. Monday made public 12 new sets of email messages that it said appear to show violations of rules.
The city of San Bruno asked the CPUC Monday to order PG&E to release 65,000 email messages.