Caltrain tax measure appears to be back on track

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously voted to…


San Mateo County added to state’s COVID-19 watch list

San Mateo County joined California’s COVID-19 watch list on Wednesday as COVID-19…


Report: Proposed trail through Peninsula Watershed threatens wildlife

SFPUC project part of plans to connect 550 miles of Bay Area Ridge Trail


Steve Wozniak and 17 others sue Youtube and Google for allowing bitcoin scam

The lawsuit alleges that tech giants promoted and profited from the scam

Legislation would improve airport workers better access to health insurance

Supervisors Rafael Mandelman and Shamann Walton announced at a press conference Tuesday…

Buoyed by public support, Caltrain one-step closer to considering 1/8-cent sales tax

Agency’s governing body will meet Thursday to discuss new poll results and future of ballot measure

Falcon chicks reunited with parents in SFO hangar

Two peregrine falcon chicks are with their parents again after being found…

Second suspect named in Oakland cop killing linked to far-right ‘Boogaloo’ movement

Authorities say men took advantage of George Floyd protests to shoot federal officers

Despite CARES Act funds, Caltrain faces ‘existential crisis’

Agency projects $71 million deficit over next financial year

  • May 8, 2020

Cat rescued from San Mateo bridge now up for adoption

A cat rescued last month from a utility box in the middle…

San Mateo County cancels annual fair

Fairgrounds and event center being used for emergency response to pandemic

San Mateo County supervisors approve $20 million to stop closure of Daly City hospital

Bankrupt owners continuing talks with potential buyer after nearly closing Seton Medical Center

SFPD sergeant enters plea to charge of pulling false fire alarm

Sgt. Donati placed on six months probation, ordered to pay fines for incident at Pacifica meeting

San Mateo pastor accused of threatening to shoot members of San Carlos church

A San Mateo pastor was arrested Thursday after allegedly threatening to shoot…

Are political flyers worth the waste they produce?

Whether leaflets, flyers, and doorknobs actually inform and influence voters is a good question.

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.”

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.

Updates: Second wave of PG&E shutdowns rolls into Bay Area; thousands more powerless

Follow along as the planned outages unfold around Northern California

Historic streetcars will see service cuts due to operator shortage

Muni can’t train enough operators to maintain its current level of service on the F-Market & Wharves historic streetcar line