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A former Apple employee who was charged with stealing trade secrets on Thursday pled not guilty to the charges in federal court in San Jose on Monday, according to federal prosecutors.
Police arrested a juvenile who allegedly carjacked a vehicle in San Bruno and led officers on a pursuit that ended with a crash in San Mateo early Friday morning.
Officers responded at 2:12 a.m. to the area of Santa Lucia…
A measure to fund highway and transit improvements via tolls on state-owned bridges is leading as of early Wednesday morning.
A man was arrested after allegedly driving recklessly into South San Francisco High School's parking lot and then climbing a nearby electric pole.
San Francisco officials recognized the City's need for more protected bicycle lanes on the 24th annual Bike To Work Day.
About 30 bikers and scooter riders lined the bicycle lane on Howard between Seventh and Eighth streets Wednesday evening.
The state of California led a coalition of 17 states Tuesday in suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Administrator Scott Pruitt to challenge a plan to roll back national vehicle emission standards.
Two tank cars derailed early Tuesday morning in the Shell Oil Yard in Martinez, but stayed upright and did not spill any hazardous materials.
San Francisco-owned public parking garages are seeing in fewer car break-ins thanks to improvements being made inside the garages.
A San Bruno man was charged Monday with 20 counts related to an auto burglary spree between 2016 and 2017, San Francisco prosecutors said.
Visitors walking, biking or rolling to Twin Peaks to enjoy scenic views will be able to continue to do so without the hassle of cars on one portion of the summit.
Caltrain bicyclists will be allowed first access to bike cars beginning Monday in a five-week pilot program to improve efficiency, Caltrain officials said.
Oakland police towed two cars Sunday night after they attempted to start a sideshow on southbound Interstate Highway 880, police said.
The drivers of the vehicles were allegedly trying to do stunts, according to police. Two dark sedans, including one…
A driver that died after his Tesla went up in flames Friday morning on southbound U.S. Highway 101 in Mountain View has been identified.
Muni riders and tourists could soon have to prepay before boarding San Francisco's iconic cable cars.
A lawyer for robotic car company Waymo accused Uber in federal court Monday of being a "cheater" in the race to produce self-driving cars.
Car windows were smashed and valuables stolen from seven cars in Petaluma parking lots in a five-hour time span Friday.
If approved, the increases would balloon the peak hour toll on the Bay Bridge to $9 by 2025.
Passengers may be able to ride BART's newly-certified train cars as soon as Friday afternoon.
Sixteen blocks in Bernal Heights will join San Francisco’s residential parking permit program under strict caps on car owners.
A 52-year-old Oakland man died after apparently driving the wrong way on southbound Interstate Highway 880 just north of state Highway 237 in Milpitas.
A 23-year-old man died and a 22-year-old man suffered major injuries following a collision in Vallejo Thursday evening.
Seven Bay Area municipalities are among 35 statewide to receive grants for road repair projects involving recycled tires.
Federal lawmakers are pushing the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to build a new bridge across the San Francisco Bay.
It appears that the death of a 49-year-old pedestrian in East Oakland early Monday morning was caused by two cars that were involved in street racing.
San Rafael police are cautioning shoppers to be careful this year as they visit the malls and stores to purchase holiday gifts.
New BART train cars flunked a safety inspection by a state regulatory agency, potentially delaying their rollout.
About 20 vehicles in one neighborhood of Pacifica were vandalized overnight between Friday and Saturday.
All of San Francisco’s parking meters and city-operated garages could soon be part of The City’s demand-responsive parking program known as SFpark.
Two of the Bay Area's biggest problems -- parking and housing -- likely will soon get some relief.
San Francisco and San Mateo County law enforcement worked with state and federal agencies to arrest dozens of people in a sweeping sting operation.
Three people were hospitalized after a car struck a cow and then was hit by another vehicle on eastbound state Highway 24 in Orinda early Wednesday morning.
San Francisco-based Wells Fargo Bank is facing a new consumer lawsuit, in this case concerning unneeded auto insurance fees for several hundred thousand customers.
Police are seeking the public's help to solve a series of vandalism incidents that occurred throughout a Berkeley neighborhood last week.
A man driving an unreported stolen motorcycle died after the motorcycle hit a tree in Mountain View early this morning.
Assemblyman Phil Ting announced a new bill that would help defray the cost of consumers hoping to go electric.