Thursday 6/216:41 pm
By Daniel Montes
Hundreds of supporters of San Francisco's Glide Memorial Church, including Mayor-Elect London Breed, rallied Thursday denounce the reassignment of two pastors by Glide's parent church.
Thursday 5/319:26 pm
By Jeff Shuttleworth
The Hayward City Council has voted unanimously to impose an 18-month emergency moratorium on a process in which landlords can apply to have residential rental units permanently exempted from rent control.
Tuesday 5/223:34 pm
By Supriya Yelimeli
Muir Medical Group patients who received treatment between November 2013 and February 2017 may have had their personal information shared without their consent, the company reported.
Thursday 4/196:56 pm
By Melissa Hartman
San Jose State University's Student Homeless Alliance called on President Mary Papazian Tuesday to become involved with the university's housing crisis and include them in her efforts.
Thursday 4/54:21 pm
By Bay City News
Government agencies throughout the Bay Area are doing their part to get ready for heavy rains expected Friday and Saturday, brought to the California coast by a phenomenon known as an "atmospheric river."
Wednesday 4/410:26 pm
By Melissa Hartman
The California Department of Public Health's latest warning of poisons found in recreationally harvested bivalve shellfish was issued to Santa Cruz County on Friday, according to county public health officials.
Tuesday 4/39:30 am
By Dan McMenamin
Bay Area residents who raise chickens outdoors can take their eggs to a University of California office in Santa Rosa to see if they contain contaminants, UC officials said.
Thursday 3/151:36 pm
By Janis Mara
AAA is offering its free Tipsy Tow service this Saturday, St. Patrick's Day, to make sure celebrants who consume too much green beer get home safely, a company spokesman said.
Saturday 2/178:50 am
By James Lanaras
Santa Rosa residents who own property in the fire-impacted areas can dispose of their fire damaged green waste for free at two wood chipping locations next week and in March, county officials said Friday.
Sunday 8/137:08 pm
By Keith Burbank
For the second night in a row, residents and visitors to Oakland are protesting the violence that broke out Saturday in Charlottesville where three people died before the violence ended.
Saturday 5/611:21 am
By Dennis Culver
BART officials this morning have issued an advisory reminding riders there will be no service between the Fruitvale and Lake Merritt stations in Oakland today and Sunday.