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After seven days of striking, about 3,000 Oakland city employees will return to work Tuesday, union officials announced Monday.
Officials announced Saturday afternoon that the water is safe to drink for residents of the Sunshine Gardens area of South San Francisco.
Petaluma police Thursday said they are continuing their efforts to clear out homeless camps and provide services for their former residents.
San Francisco's new tallest building, the Salesforce Tower, marked a key milestone Thursday in its construction.
San Francisco supervisors Tuesday put their support behind state legislation that would allow The City to place a local income measure on the ballot in 2018.
Marin County employees have contributed $83,890 to charities during the annual October and November Marin County Combined Charities Campaign, known internally as the "Heart of Marin" fundraiser.
A record 19.4 million Californians are registered to vote in Tuesday's general election, up from 18.2 million in 2012.
U.S. Coast Guard officials are urging Bay Area boaters and beachgoers to take caution while along the coast today because of a forecast of strong swells.
Ten finalists have been chosen to have their art displayed across a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus next year.
A person who was in Central America recently is Marin County's first confirmed case of the Zika virus.
The Petaluma Police Department participated in the 10th Drug Enforcement Administration's National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day last week.
Fiji Airways has announced plans to offer direct flights from San Francisco International Airport to Nadi, Fiji, twice a week starting in June.
A Mexican national accused of fatally shooting a woman on San Francisco’s Pier 14 over the summer is seeking to have murder charges filed against him dismissed on the grounds that the shooting was accidental.
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A 44-year-old man who had been sleeping in a dumpster outside a Fremont restaurant survived two cycles of compaction in a garbage truck.
A trio of incidents involving helicopters hit by laser pointers over the span of two months in Antioch and Pittsburg resulted in arrests each time.
Oakland police said Wednesday that the gun they believe was used to fatally shoot mural artist Antonio Ramos on Sept. 29 had been stolen from a U.S. Customs and Immigration agent.
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 San Francisco District Attorney's Office has filed charges against 30-year-old driver who struck two 12-year-old boys as they crossed the street.
A 30-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and striking two 12-year-old boys in a crosswalk.
Beginning in October, Anchor Steam's new beer blends were released on a limited local basis.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera has sued a landlord and an apartment real estate agent for allegedly refusing to accept federal housing vouchers.
Local grocer Duc Loi will be expanding to an additional location in San Francisco's Bayview district.
A new High Occupancy Vehicle lane is scheduled to make its debut on Interstate Highway 880 Monday.
Some East Bay residents might notice their water has a different taste or odor while the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission prepares for tests of a recently repaired backup water supply.
One man was killed and another was injured in an attack this morning at a San Carlos hotel geared toward traveling artists.
A fatal crash involving a bicyclist took a man's life in San Jose Saturday night, police said.
Low temperatures were the highest on record in three local cities this summer.
Plans to raise Berkeley's minimum wage to as high as $19 an hour by 2020 were put over Tuesday night.
Fifteen fire engines from San Mateo County have been sent to the Butte Fire in Amador and Calaveras counties.
Two teenagers were involved in a stabbing at a residence in San Bruno last Friday.
A fast-growing fire near Livermore was ultimately determined to have destroyed 195 acres of grass Thursday.
San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi is urging San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and the Board of Supervisors to hold a hearing on the city's Sanctuary City.
The California Department of Public Health announced Friday that its updating its warning to consumers regarding seafood caught in Monterey and Santa Cruz counties.
Two men were injured by gunfire and one man was beaten after two groups of people decided to settle a dispute in a church parking lot.
A roller coaster accident left two people injured Friday night at an amusement park in Santa Clara.
The average household that uses 246 gallons of water a day will see its bill increase by $11.65 a month.