Bay Area News

U.S. sues Tetra Tech for alleged false claims in Hunters Point cleanup

The U.S. Justice Department sued Tetra Tech EC Inc. Monday, accusing the…

Wiener introduces bill to make state roads safer for cyclists, pedestrians

San Francisco, like many California cities, has state-owned highways that serve as…

Stepping up to keep The City’s national parks open during the government shutdown

Perhaps the most visible impact of the government shutdown has been in…

Bay Area wind advisory issued as storm drenches SF

A storm system bringing wind and rain to San Francisco and much…

Santa Clara police fatally shoot heavily armed man at store

A heavily armed man shooting randomly both inside and outside a Santa…

Home sought for cat that survived rat poison ingestion

The Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA is seeking an owner for a…

Public Works to expand trash collection to national parks during federal shutdown

Trash has been piling up at San Francisco landmarks run by the…

Camp Fire: PG&E says its possible role in wildfires could create legal problems

PG&E acknowledged Monday that its possible role in Northern California's recent wave…

Bay Area home sales down 15 percent in November, continuing six-month decline

Bay Area home sales declined 15 percent in November compared to the…

Chilly New Year forecast for the Bay Area

New Year's Eve and the weekend leading up to it are expected…

Judge orders psychological evaluation of BART stabbing suspect

An Alameda County Superior Court judge today suspended criminal proceedings against a…

‘Twas the day after Christmas and oh, what a mess

‘Twas the day after Christmas, when all through the flat Not a…

SF man, 83, dies in Laurel Heights blaze

UPDATE: The man killed in a Christmas Eve fire in Laurel Heights…

Attorneys seek to release man jailed by ICE since 2017

Supporters of a Richmond man who has been jailed by U.S. Immigration…

Coastal flood warning issued due to king tides

The National Weather Service has issued a coastal flood advisory that will…

Reindeer calf ‘Tinsel’ makes special apperance at SF Zoo

The verdict is in from a contest to name a 6-month-old, 175-pound…

Vigil honors those who died on The City’s streets

To the tune of “This Little Light of Mine,” some two hundred…

Golden Gate Bridge parking restrictions in effect for holidays

Personal vehicle parking will be restricted at the Golden Gate Bridge on…

Presidio to remain open in face of possible government shutdown

San Francisco's Presidio Trust is reminding residents that the Presidio will remain…

Demographic evolution recognizes that ethnic identities are fluid, multi-faceted

Since I first started this column almost two years ago, I am…