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Neighborhoods near several Caltrain stations along the Peninsula will be quieter starting Wednesday.
Two Bay Area residents, one from Marin County and one from the Peninsula, won the 40th annual San Francisco Marathon Sunday.
Roughly 25,000 utility customers were without electrical service as of Monday evening due to widespread power outages.
Police are asking residents in Pacifica to remain vigilant and to report any suspicious activity, after at least four daytime home burglaries occurred within a seven-hour span Monday.
More than 10,000 people remain without power in the Bay Area Tuesday morning, the bulk of them in the North Bay, as PG&E crews work to repair storm-related outages in the region.
There are roughly 10,550 PG&E customers without electrical service during Tuesday evening's stormy weather.
No one was injured this morning when a 2-alarm fire burned a medical clinic in South San Francisco this morning.
A 24-year-old man connected to multiple home burglaries throughout the Peninsula pleaded no contest to burglary charges Monday in San Mateo County Superior Court.
The San Francisco Bay Area's Peninsula region is short tens of thousands of housing units because of strong job and population growth over the last nine years.
Drivers throughout the Bay Area are being cautioned to drive carefully because moderate to heavy drizzle forecast for Monday evening through Tuesday morning.
A storm system that brought badly needed rain departed Tuesday, but another one is right behind it.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District board Wednesday approved $20 million in funding for a Caltrain electrification project.
"Millions of gallons" of water were lost in a pipeline break in San Bruno near the Crystal Springs Reservoir.
The International Bird Rescue in San Francisco still has 19 seabirds recovering from a mysterious deadly goo.
PG&E reported late Thursday night about 6,000 residents in the Bay Area were still without power.
People who had their cars illegally towed by a Redwood City towing company are a step closer to being reimbursed.
Redwood City, San Carlos and Palo Alto are the latest Bay Area cities to jump on the plastic bag banwagon.