Darrius Heyward-Bey will stick to just weaving on a football field.
Wanting to shift his focus to the upcoming summer training camp, the Raiders wide receiver pleaded no contest on Monday to misdemeanor DUI stemming from an April 7 arrest in which he was reportedly speeding and weaving on the San Francisco side of the Bay Bridge. Read More
An American Canyon woman and a Canadian man have been indicted by a federal grand jury in San Francisco for allegedly operating a Ponzi scheme that cost investors more than $75 million, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Wednesday. Read More
Oh, my gourd! A San Francisco restaurant owner says thieves ripped into a massive pumpkin at his eatery and pilfered its valuable seeds.
The seedy robbers cut a hole in the 1,400-hundred pound squash at the MarketBar in the Ferry Building, said Doug Biederbeck, the restaurant’s owner. Employees discovered the hole, carved into the back of the pumpkin, when they came to work on Sunday. Read More
Since Mother Nature probably broke your umbrella with the most recent fit of rain, she found it proper to finish the week off with some hefty bursts of sunshine. In fact, some Bay Area cities such as Napa and Santa Rosa could break heat records if they reach the mid-80s. But The City and Peninsula can expect it to be in the mid-70s until it cools off on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service. Read More
Modern and bold — two words to describe Cade winery, the new PlumpJack property and Napa Valley’s first LEED gold-certified, solar-powered winery. Read More