There were two inaugurations Friday, one in Washington for President Trump, and another in San Francisco to kick off the resistance.
As most of San Francisco sleeps, Muni workers repair the underground cable that carries The City's iconic cable cars.
A night removed from a satisfying blowout of the Thunder at home, the Warriors looked like they their minds were still at home during a stunning loss to the Lakers.
Led by Kevin Durant, the Warriors crushed the Oklahoma City Thunder in a Western Conference Finals rematch.
The Warriors sauntered off the Oracle Arena hardwood victorious in their preseason finale, despite a rough opening quarter.
In February, 113 Muni buses collided with vehicles or hit an object. In June, the number jumped to 173.
Bay Area Rapid Transit officials gave its blessing to SF State's "Gator Pass" discount program.
Muni fare youth evaders will soon be able to skip the courthouse to pay their fines.
The five-year contract for new Muni fareboxes heralds the end of Muni's classic tear-off paper transfers.
Buster Posey blasted a home run and Matt Cain chucked six strong innings of one-run baseball Saturday en route to his first win since last July.
It took more than two periods of pressure for the Sharks to crack Pekka Renne’s padlock on the Nashville net.
Change of scenery for $5 million is a good deal when you're Colin Kaepernick.
For the second time in five nights, armed robbers brandishing handguns entered The Bar on Dolores in Noe Valley.
Two armed suspects in ski masks stormed a bar at Dolores and 29th Streets Sunday night, making off with cash and injuring a patron.
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.…
San Jose heads into 2016 with many of the same faces, some new depth pieces and a pressing need for more goals.
The first words in the opening statement of the attorney of Alejandro "Alex" Nieto set the tone in his civil trial Tuesday.
More than 100 citizens loudly chanted "Fire Chief Suhr!" and "Justice for Mario Woods!" at the first of three public meetings organized by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Merchants and residents along Taraval offered up an earful of angry comments on changes to the L-Taraval.
Super Bowl 50 travelers with unsettled lodging plans may have to fork over more — or settle for less.
Draymond Green recorded a season-high 29 points, 14 assists and 17 rebounds, and the Warriors needed every one of them.
A mini park and art installation are coming to the bridge crossing Kearny Street from Portsmouth Square.
Golden State looked somewhat human in a nail-biting victory over the Clippers Wednesday. Not Friday.
The trade of tight end Vernon Davis marks the end of an era for the 49ers.
More than two years after the first fairy door in Golden Gate Park, Glen Canyon Park now gets some magic.
The Kansas City Royals, New York Yankees and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim can return to regular season play on Friday with pep in their collective step after the American League’s 6-3 win in the MLB All-Star Game means the…
Tuesday's 90-minute friendly between the San Jose Earthquakes and Mexican side Club America was anything but.
Green and Gold-clad faithful inside O.co Coliseum hope to see fireworks in the form of explosions off the bats of the Oakland Athletics.
A bone bruise will likely keep U.S. star striker Alex Morgan out of action until the World Cup opener on June 8.
The A's snapped a four-game losing streak with a 6-2 victory over the Angels Tuesday night.
The Warriors' Steve Kerr finished a close second to Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer.
A tsunami of whistles broke the daily hustle and bustle of City Hall Tuesday.
Despite a strong effort from rookie starter Chris Heston, the Giants fell 2-0 to the Rockies on Opening Day.
Blocks from two recent traffic deaths, Mayor Ed Lee highlighted improvements to pedestrian safety.
Wednesday's contest between the Warriors and the Pistons had all the makings of a trap game.
Dori Maynard, a powerful and respected voice for diversity in journalism, passed away Tuesday.