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Officers arrested almost a dozen people in San Francisco in separate cases over five days early this month.
The class schedule hadn't started yet, and students were not present on campus, when demonstrators from Westboro Baptist Church were met by counter-protestors outside an elementary school Tuesday morning in the Alamo area of Contra Costa County.
Three boys - one only 12 years old - stole a man's laptop as he rode Muni Thursday night and then punched him when he tried to get it back, police said Friday.
From morning to evening, Wednesday's commute on Valentine's Day in the Muni Metro was not so lovely.
San Francisco's oldest African-American church was designated as a city landmark this week.
A former Vallejo pastor who fleeced members of his own congregation out of around $1 million was sentenced to 23 years and eight months in prison.
Police in San Francisco last week arrested a man in connection with a sexual assault case.
Former Alameda-Contra Costa Transit chief financial officer Lewis Clinton was convicted Monday of four counts of grand theft.
San Francisco’s transportation agency settled a $1 million lawsuit that involved a F-Market & Wharves historic streetcar striking a woman near the intersection of Church and Market.
A Roman Catholic priest who once ran the Vietnamese Catholic Center for the Diocese of San Jose was convicted in federal court Tuesday of 14 counts of bank fraud.
One of Muni’s oldest rail lines is turning the big 100 in August of this year.
Mandatory evacuations are currently underway in Monterey County as a result of wet weather.
A body was found inside the San Francisco Muni Metro system on the trackway Wednesday afternoon.
Thousands of children in thousands of families received free toys from the community and four generous San Francisco organizations this Christmas season.
The cause of the Antioch Thanksgiving dinner illness that sickened 25 people, three of whom died, has been determined to be a bacteria called Clostridium perfringens.
Fire officials said a one-alarm fire Sunday that caused $100,000 in damage to a Pleasanton home and $80,000 of damage to its contents was caused by an electrical short in a garage wall.
Hundreds gathered at Lake Merritt and in the Castro for vigils in honor of Oakland fire victims.
A recreational vehicle stocked with items for the homeless was burglarized earlier this week in San Jose.
A father is suspected of drowning his 4-year-old daughter in a baptismal pool at a Catholic church in Healdsburg.
Despite signs, lights and speed bumps, private vehicles continue to try to enter Muni Metro tunnels.
Labor, tenant and faith groups rallied at Glide Memorial in opposition to ballot measures they said could reduce the amount of affordable housing in San Francisco.
A man suffered life-threatening injuries when he was chased down and stabbed by a group of about 10 male suspects.
San Francisco transit officials will proceed with developing a 12-month pilot to allow median parking on Dolores Street.
Police in Santa Rosa on Friday arrested a suspect in connection with an arson incident that occurred at a church on Thursday.
Karen Oliveto, openly lesbian senior pastor of San Francisco's Glide Memorial Church, has been elected a bishop of the United Methodist Church.
Suspects who've been using BB guns to vandalize cars in San Leandro and neighboring cities are now shooting pedestrians.
Berkeley officials released an ambitious plan aimed at tackling issues like natural disasters and climate change.
The work inside the Sunset Tunnel that has been going on since November of 2014 is finally wrapping up.
Police this afternoon released the names of a victim and a suspect in a stabbing Friday morning in San Leandro that killed a church pastor.
A nonprofit that provides counseling for sex offenders has withdrawn its plans to relocate to a Duboce Triangle building following an outcry from residents in the area.
A conservative group on Friday threatened to sue the city of San Francisco over an outdoor urinal installed during a recent upgrade at Dolores Park.
Transit service on the J Church Line in San Francisco returned to normal Saturday evening after crews repaired a sewer main and filled a sinkhole.
Officials said they are hoping to have a sinkhole in Noe Valley repaired today after an 18-inch sewer main failed.
San Francisco police said the incident occurred when a suspect described as a transient entered a church in the 700 block of South Van Ness Avenue.
A transient pleaded no contest Tuesday to felony assault after punching a Catholic priest several times last year on church grounds.
Two men were injured by gunfire and one man was beaten after two groups of people decided to settle a dispute in a church parking lot.