San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo announced a 15-point housing plan to help introduce more affordable housing to the Silicon Valley.
Gov. Jerry Brown and other state lawmakers gathered in San Francisco Friday to take aim at alleviating the state's housing crisis.
The main commercial air carrier runway at the Oakland International Airport has reopened following two weeks of around-the-clock construction.
San Francisco's Asian Art Museum Tuesday revealed plans for a $90 million upgrade to its building and programming.
Two of the Bay Area's biggest problems -- parking and housing -- likely will soon get some relief.
The Milpitas BART station is on track for its originally scheduled June 2018 opening.
Magnolia Brewery Company has agreed to be purchased by Fort Collins, Colorado's New Belgium Brewing Group as part bankruptcy proceedings.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission on Wednesday approved an additional $500,000 for construction of a downtown Novato station for Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit.
San Francisco city officials moved this week to clear homeless residents from the areas around Civic Center BART station entrances.
The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is offering a $110,000 reward for information on fires at three construction sites in Oakland and Emeryville.
A new park has opened at 17th and Folsom streets in San Francisco's Mission District on the site of a former parking lot.
The San Jose City Council passed an agreement Tuesday evening that will enter the city into exclusive talks with Google over a 6 million-square-foot office and retail complex.
Improved parking and pedestrian and visitor access at Muir Woods National Monument took a step closer this week.
Alameda County fire officials said crews will be working until Sunday morning to finish extinguishing a five-alarm fire.
A sunken barge in the San Francisco Bay south of the Bay Bridge is resting on the sea floor above the Transbay Tube, however, the tube is "not impacted."
San Francisco’s top transportation official is taking the blame for not spending enough funds from a voter-approved bond.
A 21-year-old San Jose man is dead following a crash early Saturday morning in a construction zone on southbound Interstate Highway 880.
The homeowners association for the Millennium Tower Thursday filed a lawsuit to try to force a fix for the sinking, leaning South of Market skyscraper.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell responded Friday to Oakland's fourth-quarter effort to keep the Raiders from moving to Las Vegas.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved the sale of city-owned properties at 30 Van Ness Ave. and on Mission Street.
A man climbing a construction crane in the Van Ness/Civic Center neighborhood of San Francisco was brought down and taken to a hospital for a medical evaluation.
The first of its kind cat café and adoption center based in Oakland is expanding with the help of a $162,500 grant.
A large section of state Highway 37 in Marin County reopened Thursday morning after being partially or fully closed since early January.
A project to convert the Caltrain system from diesel fuel to electric power was derailed Saturday when a $650 million federal grant was held up.
The San Francisco's Sheriff's Department has vowed to make key changes to procedures involving jailed inmates who identify as transgender.
What was first reported as an unstable 2,200-pound concrete slab at risk of falling 35 stories no longer poses a risk to the public.
Work on a new promenade for San Francisco's Crissy Field is expected to begin in March.
San Francisco city officials and community members gathered Saturday to mark the opening of the Mansell Streetscape.
The Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved reconstruction plans for San Francisco's Sunnydale and Potrero Hill public housing sites.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will begin work on Monday, Jan. 23, weather permitting.
The Golden State Warriors broke ground Tuesday on their $1 billion, privately funded San Francisco arena.
A portion of University Avenue in downtown Palo Alto will be closed overnight Sunday, as well as overnight Monday or Tuesday, for construction.
At least 200 homeless men and women in Santa Clara County will soon start training for long-term construction jobs.
Firefighters successfully extinguished a two-alarm fire that spread quickly through a Palo Alto home early Friday morning.
An open house will be held in San Rafael Friday evening about converting the right shoulder of eastbound I-580 on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge to a third traffic lane.
The construction of the second tallest building in San Francisco broke ground Thursday morning near the site of what will be the Transbay Transit Center.