All vehicles and shuttle passengers will be subject to the reservation system, but not visitors on foot or on bicycle.
A bobcat that nearly died when hit by a car in August has recovered and was released back into the wild Wednesday, a spokeswoman for a Walnut Creek wildlife center said.
Santa Rosa Fire Chief Tony Gossner said this afternoon 42,000 people have been "repopulated" to their homes in areas formerly evacuated.
Homeless people experiencing mental health and substance abuse issues will have access to 24-hour care at a newly expanded program.
Oakland Unified School District officials said Wednesday that unsafe levels of lead have been found at a water fountain and kitchen faucets at McClymonds High School.
The San Jose Unified School District has begun officially designating all-inclusive restrooms at all of its campuses and offices.
San Francisco supervisors Wednesday upbraided Sutter Health California Pacific Medical Center officials over the planned closure of skilled nursing and sub-acute units at St. Luke's Hospital.
Legislation restricting the sale of all flavored tobacco including menthol cigarettes was approved unanimously by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
Officials announced Saturday afternoon that the water is safe to drink for residents of the Sunshine Gardens area of South San Francisco.
A stomach bug outbreak has continued to spread in elementary and middle schools as well as one high school in the San Jose Unified School District.
San Francisco is getting a $100 million donation to reduce homelessness in the city.
There has been a spike in the number of suspected heroin overdose deaths in the Santa Rosa area recently.
One person is dead, three were injured and 85 were displaced in a four-alarm Oakland fire.
Fast food packaging contains chemicals that could be harmful, a new study suggests.
Dozens of rabbits were rescued in San Francisco after their owner tried to sell them online for "meat or pets."
A disoriented beaver found outside a Benicia elementary school early Thursday morning is recovering at the Lindsay Wildlife Experience in Walnut Creek.
A man who went missing in Newark over the weekend was found safe on Monday.
Starting Thursday, Napa County will provide an online option for residents seeking building and environmental health permits through the county's new Online Permit System.
The Napa County Health and Human Services Agency has received a grant intended for alleviating chronic homelessness.
A man died when a pipe bomb exploded inside a health clinic in Oakland Tuesday evening in an incident that investigators are calling an apparent suicide.
Supervisor Katy Tang is floating a new housing scheme to alleviate The City's chronic shortage.
Two more SF residents have tested positive for Zika virus, bringing the total number of people infected in the city to 10.
San Francisco's total property assessment exceeded $200 billion for the first time when the fiscal year 2016-17 assessment was submitted.
Solano County public and environmental health officials have closed Alejandro's Taqueria in Fairfield after dozens of people became ill.
A person who was in Central America recently is Marin County's first confirmed case of the Zika virus.
Officials at San Francisco's Chinese Hospital in Chinatown Monday held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the completion of the nonprofit hospital's new Patient Tower.
A construction site accident resulted in a fatality Tuesday morning.
Hundreds of wide-awake guests filled the Nourse Theatre Wednesday night to find out why getting proper sleep is so important.
The embattled Doctors Medical Center got a lifeline, albeit a short one, Wednesday evening with the approval of a proposed sale of three of the institution’s parcels to the city of San Pablo.
The West Contra Costa Healthcare District voted…
Contra Costa County health officials confirmed its first case of measles since the outbreak began.
Richmond's Kennedy High School now has a permanent health clinic which will be open soon to students and the community.
San Mateo County health officials have identified the source of a recent gastrointestinal illness at a Redwood Shores hotel.
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) said Thursday it established an Ebola hotline and call center.
Four new cases of enterovirus-D68 have been diagnosed in Santa Clara County.
3,458 cases of whooping cough were reported in California as of June 10 — more than in all of 2013.
Contrary to recent reports, America's overweight children are still struggling with obesity.