Oakland Marriott hotel workers ratified a contract Friday and will end their strike Saturday.
San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell is opening his doors at City Hall to allow a select group of residents to have some face time.
The passing lane on westbound Interstate Highway 580 to westbound Highway 80 in the MacArthur Maze was closed until noon Saturday so crews could do surveying work, Caltrans said.
Flights at San Francisco International Airport this morning are delayed by about 30 to 60 minutes because of work to rehabilitate a runway.
The mayor of San Francisco announced the appointment of the city’s second chief resilience officer, whose job it is to oversee city policy on resilience and implementation of that policy.
Since 2015, Narcan kits have saved the lives of 12 people in San Francisco suffering from overdoses of opioids such as heroin and prescription painkillers.
Thousands of people took to the streets of San Francisco Thursday to take part in The City’s fourth annual Walk to Work Day.
The California Department of Transportation will perform various maintenance work along side Interstate Highways in Solano County this week beginning Monday. Caltrans said work will …
Outgoing San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi welcomed eight new deputies Friday.
I used to hate how my body would constantly send me pain signals. I resented how human I felt.
The San Jose City Council approved changes Tuesday for taxi drivers who have fewer requirements to operate in the city and Mineta San Jose International Airport.
About 300 taxi drivers have stopped working at Mineta San Jose International Airport Monday and are calling for more regulations to ride-booking services.
A new High Occupancy Vehicle lane is scheduled to make its debut on Interstate Highway 880 Monday.
A plan to demolish the largest pier of the old eastern span of the Bay Bridge using explosives could spread concrete debris through the Bay.
The Brentwood Library is looking for adults and teens to volunteer as after-school homework helpers.
A federal appeals court in San Francisco Thursday overturned the EPA’s approval of an insecticide that beekeepers said would be toxic to honey bees.
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.
Caltrans is seeking permits to demolish the largest pier of the old eastern span of the Bay Bridge with explosives.
Hayward police Sgt. Scott Lunger, who was slain during a traffic stop last week, was remembered at an emotional memorial service Thursday.
Roughly 500 people working out of Chevron’s corporate offices in San Ramon will be losing their jobs.