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The tenth annual Outside Lands came to a close Sunday night in the most San Francisco way possible.
Violence erupted in a stadium parking lot before a soccer match Sunday in San Jose.
Senior guard Niamey Harris' 31 points led Mission High School to their first-ever state title.
Head coach Steve Kerr spoke of Patrick McCaw along with with Phil Pressey and Javale McGee as players who have surprised him during this year’s training camp.
Answering which week 1 performances were the real deal, and which were frauds.
The Quakes did everything but finish their chances Friday night against visiting New York City FC, collecting a 0-0 draw when they certainly were hoping for more.
Baseball lovers migrated to All-Star Weekend to begin the 87th annual midseason celebration.
The Oakland Athletics' 0-for road trip reached five after a two-game sweep at the hands of the Milwaukee Brewers.
Because of large crowds expected at the event, VTA officials said having pre-purchased fares will allow passengers to board faster.
On manager Bruce Bochy’s 61st birthday Saturday night, the San Francisco Giants scored a 4-3 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
A left-handed starter whose fastball is capable of reaching the upper-90s, Sean Manaea has garnered comparisons to Hall of Famer Randy Johnson.
The top pitching prospect in the Oakland Athletics farm system, and No. 48 on Baseball America’s Top …
The Sharks cached their playoff-clinching aspirations for a third-straight game during Saturday’s 4-2 slide against the Dallas Stars.
Fire officials said a three-alarm fire in San Francisco's North Panhandle neighborhood was contained Saturday evening.
Organizers of the halftime show for Super Bowl 50 taking place at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara invited Bay Area sports fans Tuesday to be part of the event.
The San Jose Sharks have given up the first score to their opponents in all 11 home losses this season.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission has announced the release of three limited-edition collectible Clipper cards.
Athletics fans are ready to move on from the bad break-ups of seasons past onto the fresher, younger version of their team.
The Raiders roster has more holes than a garden full of gophers, but they have plenty of cash to fill them.
When the wave springs up as an opposing player lays injured on the field, it's an embarrassing disgrace.
Even before the Bulls signed a single player, the Matadors were ready to cheer on The City's newest sports franchise.
Sunday's A's-Giants game at the O.co saw yet another senseless fan-on-fan beatdown.
Loudmouths. Hooligans. Idiots. Whatever you want to call them, we all know them when we see them at sporting events.