Danny Hoesen netted a brace, scoring his 8th and 9th goals of the season while throwing his name into the race for the MLS Golden Boot.
After a tough start to the season, San Jose legend Chris Wondoloski appeared to be the hero for the Quakes again.
Things looked so good for the Earthquakes just a few days ago.
The San Jose Earthquakes were nearly flawless at Avaya Stadium last season, losing only two games. After three home games this campaign, they've already matched that.
The Quakes (1-2-2) take their show on the road to visit Orlando City FC (3-1-2) for an interconference clash Saturday.
After 56 consecutive starts, Earthquakes all-time leading scorer Chris Wondolowski began Saturday's game on the bench.
In a courtroom lightly filled by family members of the victim and accused, Taaron Bragg was sentenced Thursday to a maximum of 13 years in state prison.
Camilo Senchyna-Beltran started his Saturday night with plenty to celebrate.
Hip-hop — both classic and new — blasted through the Oakland Raiders training facility Tuesday.
Stephen Curry's record 403 three-pointers helped earn the 28-year-old the unprecedented honor.
Stephen Curry led Golden State to a 132-125 victory against Portland Monday night.
Matt Duffy doubled in the 13th to help notch the Giants' league-leading 10th comeback victory of 2016.
Shilique Calhoun highlighted the Raiders' second day of the 2016 draft, and his tape shows great burst along with raw coverage skills.
The Raiders 14th overall selection of safety Karl Joseph during the 2016 NFL Draft may have a major impact on their early prospects.
Another losing season for the Rockies in 2016 will make it six in a row, with seemingly no end in sight.
Another aggressive offseason has Arizona bent on contending for a NL West crown.
After Nieto family lawyers rested their wrongful death case against The City and four cops who gunned down Alejandro “Alex” Nieto last March, the defense called three witnesses to the stand in U.S. District Court in San Francisco on Tuesday.…
The first words in the opening statement of the attorney of Alejandro "Alex" Nieto set the tone in his civil trial Tuesday.
After upgrading their outfield and rotation, San Francisco will rely upon home-spun relievers in the 2016 campaign.
The Dungeness Crab Task Force wants to wait for statewide clearance of domoic acid risk.
San Francisco realized they needed an impact signing for their outfield, and did what they could to find the right guy.
Cheers and yells were heard from all directions. Normal for an NFL game, but unusual for Davies Symphony Hall.