All Bay, All Day
Residents of a homeless encampment near downtown Antioch are being asked to clear out by Monday.
BART officials are seeking the public’s input on the type of bus service they would like to see when the transit system has to begin an hour later each morning.
The Oakland Marathon is underway in the city Sunday morning, and motorists should expect street closures and parking restrictions.
A man was killed in a shooting on Broadway in downtown Oakland on Monday night, according to police.
From morning to evening, Wednesday's commute on Valentine's Day in the Muni Metro was not so lovely.
The scheduled speeches at the University of California at Berkeley's Sproul Plaza are over and the scheduled speakers have left the area.
Fairfax police are investigating a stabbing late Sunday night near a downtown bar.
A 30-year-old woman was shot early Saturday morning in downtown San Francisco and later died at a hospital.
As violence escalates, Berkeley police are advising the public to avoid the area around the "No to Marxism" rally.
A Santa Rosa woman was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon at a downtown Petaluma pub early this morning, police said today.
A Clipper card-only entrance inside the BART Downtown Berkeley Station debuted Monday morning after the entrance was closed for several years.
BART will increase the amount and length of trains today for the 47th Annual San Francisco Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Pride Parade, agency officials said.
By some estimates, more than 1.5 million Dubs fans lined the streets of Downtown Oakland Thursday morning.
A driver fled the scene after hitting a man crossing Market Street in downtown San Francisco on Wednesday night.
The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit train is blowing its horn but its wheels are not yet turning to provide passenger service.
San Francisco's Westfield San Francisco Centre shopping mall near Market and Fifth streets is closed this morning because of a suspicious package.
Petaluma police Thursday said they are continuing their efforts to clear out homeless camps and provide services for their former residents.
San Francisco police deployed extra units onto the streets this week to combat traffic accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists.
Things have changed exponentially in Oakland since the last time Matt Barnes put on a Warriors jersey.
A San Francisco police officer directing traffic downtown shot and injured a dog that ran at him on Saturday.
One person died after being stabbed early this morning near a downtown San Jose nightclub.
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.
Police said no one was injured when a car hit a gas meter causing a gas leak this afternoon in downtown Martinez.
BART trains did not stop in downtown Berkeley for a short time Saturday afternoon as police searched for a robbery suspect on a train platform.
The Pleasanton City Council on Tuesday night approved the purchase of 3.18 acres of land for $4.2 million.
Cable car operators and staff from the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency brought holiday cheer to seniors inside the transit agency’s headquarters.
A student at the University of California at Berkeley is in the hospital after being sexually assaulted while walking home on Nov. 27.
A city-owned parking garage in downtown Oakland will close indefinitely Friday because of seismic instability.
A man was shot in downtown Oakland on Thursday evening around the intersection of 14th St, and Jefferson St.
BART board members awarded a $267 million contract for seismic retrofits to the Transbay Tube that could cause disrupt service for more than two years.
Officers have arrested two suspects in connection with an early morning shooting outside a downtown Oakland nightclub that injured six.
A reincarnation of Muni’s Castro train shuttle is making a triumphant return to the subway next month.
Nearly $6.8 million in funding for the second phase of the Transbay Transit Center project was put on hold this week.
The developers of a South of Market residential high rise blamed the building's excessive settlement on groundwater pumping at the neighboring Transbay Terminal construction site.
A fire that broke out at a downtown Livermore market early this morning caused an estimated $300,000 in damage.
Two men died and another was injured after a shooting in downtown Oakland early this morning.