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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.
A fire in the basement of a residential building in San Francisco's Outer Sunset neighborhood Monday morning displaced two people.
Monday morning's rain caused flooding on many Bay Area roads in areas including Oakland, Marin County and San Francisco.
San Francisco police officers are asking for the public's help to put smiles on children's faces this holiday season.
Police are warning that a group posing as utility workers may attempt a residential burglary in Petaluma this weekend.
Four women killed in a two-car collision near Yosemite National Park were identified as residents of Santa Clara and Alameda counties.
Local grocer Duc Loi will be expanding to an additional location in San Francisco's Bayview district.
A rat infestation, dilapidated plumbing and broken heating systems are among the top concerns of residents at the Robert B. Pitts apartments,
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee appointed Sam Dodge interim director of the Mayor's Office of Housing Opportunity, Partnerships and Engagement.
San Francisco fire officials said they responded to a gas leak in the city's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood Tuesday morning.
Firefighters are battling a four-alarm fire that is burning a grocery store in South San Jose this morning.
Weather forecasters are predicting the next two weeks will be dry in the Bay Area.
Two residents and a firefighter suffered injuries in a two-alarm fire Saturday in San Jose.
The San Francisco Community Land Trust closed on a 6-unit Mission District building this month with the help of city funding.
Disaster response teams with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals have been rescuing animals from the Tassajara Fire in Monterey County.
The Valley Fire burning in Lake, Napa and Sonoma counties is nearly halfway contained.
A San Francisco nonprofit's plan to create affordable housing for homeless veterans in the city's Mission Bay neighborhood has moved closer to its realization.
The Valley Fire that started in Lake County on Saturday and has spread to Napa and Sonoma counties has burned 67,200 acres and is 30 percent contained.
San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim Tuesday asked the City Controller to look for ways to expand a program providing clean, staffed public restrooms.
Hundreds of structures have been destroyed by the 50,000-acre Valley Fire, which started Saturday afternoon south of Clearlake and is now burning in Napa and Sonoma counties.
A University of California at Berkeley with the measles rode on public transit and spent time on campus before diagnosed.
The director of library services for the Berkeley Public Library announced he is resigning following a controversy over how the library weeded books from its collection.
The number of employed people in California is slowly, but steadily, rising, according to the latest employment figures.
A federal court ruled against the city of Oakland's efforts to block the Justice Department from closing the city's largest medical marijuana dispensary.
Berkeley police announced they would step up enforcement for alcohol-related crimes in an attempt to reduce the number of alcohol-related calls.
More than half a dozen water mains ruptured in the East Bay on Monday.