Bay Area News

You’ve heard of the Clinton Park boulders. Now, meet the Ingleside Pathway blockade

Move over Clinton Park boulders, you’ve got competition. While weeks ago a…

PG&E: power restored to most customers as of Friday night

Utility stands by decision to shut down power lines in high winds

Treasure Island director presents plan to extend relocation benefits to more residents

Newer residents facing displacement from Treasure Island’s redevelopment could soon get help…

Canoe journey to mark 50th anniversary of Indians occupation of Alcatraz

That strange, cold, memorable night marked the beginning of the 19-month Native American occupation of Alcatraz.

Mission District senior project demonstrates value of affordable housing bond

Mayor London Breed has been working to win approval for a $600…

High school mural backers move planned ballot measure to November

Group seeking to preserve controversial historic fresco and keep it visible to public

Supervisor candidate accused of evicting tenants, a cardinal San Franciscan sin

She’s talked tough on protecting tenants in The City’s rental crisis, but…

Steve Kerr addresses Donald Trump and NBA-China rift

Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr addresses the mocking comments of President Donald Trump

The problem with BART parking? Not enough buses

And as part of raising and lowering prices, BART’s parking fee cap of $3 may also be on the way out.

California Public Utilities Commission blasts PG&E for its handling of power shutoffs

“The management and response of the company PG&E to the events, to the PSPS, have been absolutely unacceptable.”

SF tour bus company accused of cheating workers out of healthcare

“This company cheated not only its workers, but also its law-abiding competitors in the marketplace.”

The latest: PG&E CEO apologizes as power restorations continue

Officials said power has been restored to 31 percent of the 738,000 customers impacted

Tempers flare as millions in California endure power outages from PG&E

Classes were canceled. Frozen foods melted. Hospitals switched to emergency generators. Blooms withered in florists’ coolers.

Evacuations slowly lifted as firefighters battle wildfire in Moraga

Residents forced from their homes due to the Merrill Fire has in…

Why S.F. remains spared as rolling planned PG&E outages continue

San Francisco isn’t expected to experience any planned outages this time around.

‘Blood money’: Lobbyists, consultants working for Juul may be frozen out of future SF work

San Francisco politics are filled with proverbial smoke-filled rooms of campaign consultants…

Saturday clash highlights weekend’s prep football slate

SF Preps Football Preview: Riordan enters clash with Bellarmine as favorites

I Drive SF: A loss in the taxi community

Over the following days, a pall has hung over the holding lot at SFO where drivers congregate between rides.

SF Rent Board weighs proposal to force landlords seeking rent hikes to disclose their finances

The Rent Board Commission is debating proposed guidelines that would require landlords…

BART experiences major delays after person makes threats at Civic Center

BART is experiencing major delays Wednesday evening because of police activity at…