All Bay, All Day
The City of Santa Rosa Water Department on Friday issued notices advising some customers in the Fountaingrove neighborhood to stop drinking tap water due to damage caused to the water system from the recent North Bay fires.
Tourists in San Francisco last week received an eye-opening experience when it comes to distractions while driving.
The tenth annual Outside Lands came to a close Sunday night in the most San Francisco way possible.
The Coast Guard is beefing up boating safety patrols throughout the Bay Area this weekend to make sure boating under the influence laws are enforced.
Officials announced Saturday afternoon that the water is safe to drink for residents of the Sunshine Gardens area of South San Francisco.
The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control initiated this weekend a statewide undercover alcohol buying operation.
One person died and three others were hospitalized after their car crashed into a tree along U.S. Highway 101 in San Mateo.
Pleasanton city officials are accepting entries until the end of the month to a contest to name a new dog park in the city.
Three people have been arrested on suspicion of discharging a firearm in Pacifica early Friday morning.
Drivers who need a tow home after drinking during Cinco de Mayo will be able to find one through a special AAA service.
An attorney for a former San Francisco police lieutenant recently named in a scandal over racist text messages Tuesday said his client had not sent offensive messages himself and had tried to tell a fellow officer to stop sending them.
A former Stanford University star swimmer was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman who was drunk and unconscious on campus.
A Larkspur mother and her daughter have been cited separately for hosting a house party where alcohol was available to minors.
A former San Jose police officer testified in his trial Monday that he didn't rape a woman at a hotel and she flirted with him before they had consensual sex.
Bay Area Super Bowl fans who choose to drink Sunday at the Super Bowl and at Super Bowl parties can get a free tow home through AAA's Tipsy Tow program.
Berkeley police announced they would step up enforcement for alcohol-related crimes in an attempt to reduce the number of alcohol-related calls.
Hayward's fire chief nearly lost his job after an investigation revealed a pattern of drinking on the job and clashing with employees.
Police arrested a man who allegedly shot another man in the neck as a result of a group of people drinking alcohol and carelessly handling guns at a residence in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood early Saturday morning, a police…
AAA Northern California is offering a free "tipsy tow" service on New Year's Eve.
The Daly City Council is poised to approve a law giving the police the ability to issue citations to people who host parties that are unruly.
Marin ranks as the healthiest county in California — despite high levels of binge drinking.
Thousands came out for the Bay to Breakers race in San Francisco to have a good run, or a party, or both.
The Outer Richmond's Balboa Theater joins the Misson's Roxie as independent movie houses seeking beer and wine licenses.
Remember before you reached legal drinking age, when it was cool to get an adult to buy your crew a couple forties to sneak into a late movie?
Can you just imagine if The City By The Bay went all prohibition-era on us and got rid of happy hour? Seriously, think about it.
The next SFBay company field trip might need to include a takeover of Brewtruc, The City's first mobile bar.
Discussions are still fiery and fierce in the Mission where disputes over a 1996 liquor moratorium are dividing the community.
Nothing good comes out of a night of debauchery that in any way, shape or form involves Four Loko.
It's New Year's Eve, and you want to let it all hang out. Awesome. Here's how to keep it fun, safe and vomit-free.