Sunday 7/303:38 pm
By Janis Mara
Pacific Gas and Electric crews are working to restore power to 1,600 customers in San Francisco's Richmond District who are still without power from an outage that started earlier today.
Thursday 3/3110:57 am
By Keith Burbank
A 21-year-old San Francisco man suffered a traumatic brain injury but is expected to survive after being hit Muni light-rail vehicle in the Dogpatch neighborhood.
Sunday 10/1810:01 am
By Daniel Montes
A 62-year-old man was taken to San Francisco General Hospital Wednesday after a suspect allegedly struck the man on the forehead and robbed him in the city's Mission District.
Wednesday 6/1712:58 am
By Sara Gaiser
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board Tuesday unanimously approved a plan to prohibit private vehicles from turning on to a busy section of Market Street.
Monday 5/259:57 am
By Erin Baldassari and Daniel Montes
For the second night, protesters gathered in downtown Oakland Sunday to denounce the city's enforcement of a regulation requiring permits for nighttime demonstrations.
Wednesday 5/1311:52 pm
By Hannah Albarazi
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Wednesday announced $28.9 million in proposed funding over the next two years to help homeless individuals get off, and stay off, the city’s streets.
Tuesday 4/144:39 pm
By Bay City News
Protesters against police killings marched through Oakland Tuesday afternoon, taking over Oakland City Hall, entering a Laney College cafeteria, and briefly blocking an on-ramp to Interstate Highway 880.
About 200 demonstrators gathered in Frank Ogawa Plaza starting at about 1…