All Bay, All Day
Forty-three people were stranded in San Francisco Bay Saturday afternoon when a ferryboat ran aground on the Berkeley reef, a U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant said.
As many as 4.9 million gallons of sewage spilled into Monterey Bay before it was stopped early Saturday morning and numerous beaches are now closed.
Two boaters were rescued after being stranded in the water near Richmond on Tuesday evening.
The man who died after being hit by a train near the Martinez Marina today was trespassing on the train tracks when hit by the train.
A driver apparently angry that a mailman was double parked in the Marina was arrested after getting out of his car and assaulting the mailman on Thursday.
A man allegedly lit a boat on fire in San Francisco's Marina District early Monday morning and then tried to swim away.
A man was arrested today in Sausalito on suspicion of shooting another man with a flare gun.
A Petaluma man was arrested in his hometown on Friday on suspicion of stealing an outboard motor for his rowboat, among other offenses.
More than 800 customers are without power this evening in San Francisco's Marina District.
All three San Francisco Giants World Series trophies are going on a tour of California.
To reduce the high level of tobacco permits in low-income neighborhoods, the ordinance places a cap of 45 permits for each of San Francisco's 11 districts.
A potential restaurant on Marina Green has drawn fierce battle lines between local residents, community groups and The City.
One newspaper deliverywoman squats accused of chronically urinating in a Marina apartment building elevator.