San Francisco residents and visitors planning to celebrate New Year's Eve in the city can sign up to get emergency text message alerts for the evening.
More San Francisco police officers will be patrolling the streets as revelers celebrate the arrival of 2018.
San Francisco’s transportation agency is offering free rides on Muni starting on New Year’s Eve at 8 p.m. until New Year’s Day at 5 a.m.
A man who was shot and killed at a storage facility near Salinas on New Year's Eve was identified as a 30-year-old Salinas resident.
Officers are investigating a shooting at an Antioch apartment complex that killed one man and wounded another.
For the 17th consecutive year, Muni passengers can ride free New Year's Eve into New Year's Day.
Muni Metro will run free until 4 a.m., and BART until 3, though BART trains will skip stations in downtown San Francisco.
San Francisco police were busy making arrests stemming from shootings, firearm possessions and public intoxication.
Midnight temperatures are forecast to be in the 30s tonight around the Bay Area.
AAA Northern California is offering a free "tipsy tow" service on New Year's Eve.
Those celebrating in San Francisco on New Year’s Eve will able to ride Muni for free.
BART trains will run several hours longer in the early hours of 2015 to help travelers get around after New Year's festivities, including a fireworks show in San Francisco.
New Year's Eve revelers in San Mateo County can enjoy the night and get home for free safely on SamTrans.