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Dolores Park partiers who fail to pick up after themselves may soon be subject to higher possible fines.
San Francisco Supervisor Norman Yee introduced legislation Tuesday that would prohibit delivery robots on public streets in The City.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued six violations against the Valero Benicia Refinery.
Andre Iguodala defused a bomb on Monday. But it was a bomb that he built to begin with.
An East Bay chemical company and its owner are being indicted on charges of smuggling hazardous materials and conspiracy to defraud the U.S.
An Oakland plumbing products manufacturer has agreed to a hefty $114,400 in fines for laundering illegal campaign donations to Oakland City Council and mayoral candidates,
District Attorney George Gascon and two of his top aides have agreed to pay thousands of dollars in fines for violating city laws.
Popular athletes as well as an exercise industry leader and a rock star are part of a who's who of water wasters identified Thursday.
Library delinquents in San Mateo County have a chance this holiday season to redeem themselves with charitable food donations.
Two Sunnyvale firms owned by the same man have been ordered to pay $187,000 in back wages and fines for shortchanging foreign software engineers.
The East Bay Municipal Utility District released today nearly 1,100 names of customers who in a two-month billing cycle used more than 1,000 gallons of water.
At least 300,000 Bay Area residents could be eligible for help under a California law now in effect.
The owner of a Napa Valley fine art gallery pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiring to ship turtle, whale and seal parts to his gallery.
San Francisco port commissioner and real estate developer Mel Murphy resigned from his post Friday roughly a week after he was accused of illegal real estate conversions.
Police announced Wednesday they will take a zero tolerance approach towards people possessing illegal fireworks.