Police are seeking the public's help to solve a series of vandalism incidents that occurred throughout a Berkeley neighborhood last week.
Officials announced Saturday afternoon that the water is safe to drink for residents of the Sunshine Gardens area of South San Francisco.
An equipment problem at a refinery in Martinez triggered a flare Friday night, refinery officials said today.
A kiosk has been installed in the lobby of the Menlo Park Police Department for residents to dispose of unwanted or expired medication.
A residential roadway in Greenbrae is partially closed because of a mudslide.
Firefighters remain at the scene of a two-alarm fire Friday morning at a two-story building in San Francisco's Chinatown, which left one man injured.
Pool chemicals that mixed accidentally caused a hazardous materials incident in a Benicia garage Monday.
Residents of several San Francisco neighborhoods have woken up to the smell of rotten eggs over the last two days, but investigators remain at a loss for what's causing it.
A fire caused an estimated $200,000 in damage to a house in Santa Rosa early Wednesday morning.
A one-alarm fire in San Francisco's Bayview District has been contained with no injuries.
San Francisco firefighters are responding to a fire in the city's Bayview District Wednesday morning.
Police are warning residents in Pleasanton to beware of phone calls from a person fraudulently claiming to be from the Pleasanton Police Department.
PG&E has capped a broken gas line damaged by a third-party contractor digging in San Francisco's Dolores Heights neighborhood Thursday afternoon.
San Francisco firefighters are responding to a wall collapse in San Francisco's Bernal Heights neighborhood.
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 waste collection schedule is changing for Thanksgiving in Berkeley.
Firefighters have brought a vegetation fire that burned more than three acres under control this morning in San Rafael.
One thousand more California students than last year were admitted to the UC Berkeley freshman class.
San Francisco supervisors are set to consider legislation extending rent control protections to residents receiving federal housing subsidies for people with HIV/AIDS.
A 29-year-old transient man was arrested Thursday night in Mountain View on suspicion of prowling and other offenses.
A woman suspected of taking packages from Santa Rosa homes was arrested after police asked for the public's help to find her.
The Mission District experienced an increase this year in the number of fires that damaged property.
About 850 homes were without power Christmas Eve evening in East San Jose after a garbage truck struck a utility pole.
No one was hurt this evening in Richmond when a bomb squad detonated a possible explosive.
SF Mayor Ed Lee announced at a summit in Portland, Oregon that the city's transportation fleet has completed swapping its petroleum diesel for a more eco-friendly alternative.
Commuters can expect wet upcoming commutes as rain and gusty winds move into the Bay Area Wednesday evening.
An advisory warning residents to stay out of the water at Monterey Municipal Beach has been expanded to all county beaches for at least the next three days.
Eight people were attacked by what is believed to be a human-raised squirrel in the Pleasant Valley area of Novato between Nov. 13 and Friday.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Tuesday called for a ballot measure that would increase the amount of affordable housing developers are required to include.
Raccoons in parts of Santa Cruz County have tested positive for distemper, The Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter announced.
A freeze warning has been issued for inland valley and mountain areas in the Bay Area and Monterey County.
Two organizations in San Jose dedicated to providing food and resources to low-income families are facing a turkey shortage ahead of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
Members of San Francisco's African American community Tuesday applauded the Board of Supervisors' approval of an ordinance that alters the current below market rate lottery system.
A shooter at California Pacific Medical Center's St. Luke's campus in San Francisco's Mission District Tuesday afternoon has been "neutralized."
An active shooter is on the loose in the area of California Pacific Medical Center's St. Luke's campus in the Mission.
San Francisco residents can prepare for winter rains and protect against flooding by picking up free sandbags.