Former Vice President Joe Biden and billionaire Tom Steyer are among the candidates in the race for the White House. They made several stops around the Bay Area.
It's become one of his favorite phrases.
The suicide net is a coarse web of steel designed to catch and cradle people who jump and was set to be completed in 2021. It is now expected to be built by 2023, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Thursday.
A 70-year-old woman was fatally struck by a SamTrans bus in Redwood City. Jesse Gary reports
Video of a brazen theft at a Sears store in Richmond's Hilltop Mall has gone viral with nearly 6 million views.
The accident happened during the 8 a.m. hour on Thursday on El Camino Real at James Street in Redwood City.
The players and coaches of the McClymonds High School football team will board a bus Thursday heading for Southern California where they will play in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Division 2-A Championship.
The continuing volcanic activity has delayed the recovery of the last victims since Monday's deadly eruption, which occurred as 47 tourists and their guides were exploring the island. In addition to the bodies left on the island, eight other people were killed and dozens were severely burned by the blast of scalding steam and ash.
Muni trains may be a little more crowded Thursday morning, as about a dozen of its new trains will be running with one car instead of two. Cristina Rendon reports
Muni is calling this a short-term problem and one the agency is working on fixing.
Gravel truck spills on US Highway 101. Elissa Harrington reports
The Oakland Ballet School, owned by a couple who danced professionally, has a new lease on life. It lost its longtime home along MacArthur Boulevard last Christmas when the property owner decided to sell, but has found a new one.
A former Pacific Gas and Electric lineman who was fired after he says he raised safety concerns about a potentially dangerous piece of power equipment, installed in high fire-risk areas in Northern California, is suing the utility for more than $7 million.
The House Judiciary Committee took the first steps Wednesday evening toward voting on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, beginning a marathon two-day session to consider the historic charges with a lively prime-time hearing at the Capitol.
Extra police officers were at Gilroy High School on Wednesday after a threatening message was posted on Snapchat toward the school. Police later determined it wasn't credible. However, it did not ease the concerns of some parents and students.
Oakland's school board moved their meeting due to protester disruptions once again on Wednesday night. This time they mocked the board with their parody Christmas carols and also threatened to recall the school board president.
The city of Berkeley is taking a step to deal with the housing shortage by partnering with BART to build hundreds of affordable housing units near two stations. Some critics say the plan to remove parking lots makes the public transit inaccessible.
Tom Vacar reports from Oakland.
Christien Kafton reports from San Francisco.
Greg Lee reports from San Francisco.