Nothing was found on your request

SF Gate

Heroism, tragedy and cold-blooded murder: The Stayner brothers

The separate stories of Steven and Cary Stayner made national headlines, first in 1980 and then nearly 20 years later. A new segment of ABC's news magazine "20/20" recounts the crimes and tragedies

SF looks to relax sanctuary law in case of a rideshare driver accused of rape

A rideshare driver charged with raping an unconscious woman in San Francisco could soon be extradited from Canada after a Board of Supervisors committee begrudgingly agreed Wednesday to relax the

Fremont police to add a new patrol vehicle to its roster: A Tesla Model S

The purchase of the Tesla Model S is just one part of Fremont's clean technology and smart city initiatives, said Fremont Police Captain Sean Washington in a statement.

Russell Baker, author and NY Times columnist dies

LEESBURG, Va. — Russell Baker, the genial, but sharp-witted writer who won Pulitzer Prizes for his humorous columns in the New York Times and a moving autobiography of his impoverished Baltimore

Berkeley passes ordinance to charge customers 25 cents for disposable cups

Berkeley residents will want to start bringing ceramic mugs from home to their favorite coffee shops.

San Francisco is a 'train wreck' because of the 'tech sector,' says Marc Benioff

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff called his hometown of San Francisco a "train wreck" of inequality and he blamed technology companies like his own in an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos,

The Manhattanization of SF: How the city's skyline has changed in the last two decades

In the past 20 years, construction cranes have hovered above San Francisco, erecting glassy and sleek towers where parking lots and dilapidated buildings once stood.

Deck collapse at San Francisco home sends two to hospital

A backyard deck collapsed at a Sunset District home in San Francisco on Monday, sending two adults to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, firefighters said. Building inspectors were on

San Francisco Mayor Breed, Rep. Pelosi join hundreds at MLK Day march

Ten years ago, Armando Hernandez attended San Francisco’s annual march to honor not only the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., but also President Obama, who had just been inaugurated. Hernandez viewed the

See a helicopter rescue two hikers who were wedged in a crevasse in Yosemite

A video shows the dramatic helicopter rescue of two hikers who became trapped within a crevasse on the east side of North Dome in Yosemite National Park.

Four-car crash on I-680 slows morning commute in Dublin

A four-vehicle crash Monday morning shut down two lanes of southbound Interstate 680 in Dublin, authorities said. A motorist reported that a big rig crashed into another vehicle around 5:19 a.m. just

MLK Day brings closures and transit schedule changes

Schools, banks and municipal offices will be closed for Monday’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Here’s: what’s closed and what’s changing for the holiday: Banks and other financial

Bicyclist struck, killed riding on Highway 101 in Marin

A bicyclist weaving through traffic on Highway 101 in Marin County was struck by a car and killed Saturday night. On Sunday, the Marin County Sheriff’s Office identified the man as 42-year-old Anthony

Corrections, Jan. 21

Ideal time for an eclipse — if it’s clear, Jan. 19, Front Page A story about the lunar eclipse misidentified the college where Andy Fraknoi teaches. It is the University of San Francisco.

Rain, king tides to soak Bay Area on Sunday

Expect a damp and somewhat stormy Sunday with Mother Nature delivering light rain, and a possible thunderstorm, while unusually high tides bring rising waters and potential flooding to the bay and

The truth is out there: Here's what we found in a year's worth of Bay Area UFO reports

In operation since 1974, NUFORC provides a 24-hour hotline and online form to report UFO activity. It's received over 90,000 reports since its inception, including hundreds from California just in the

The most striking signs and costumes from the Women's March

Thousands of people gathered in cities across the United States, before taking to the street for Saturday's Third annual Women's March, and the signs many people held displayed humor and candor to the

Oakland teachers stage unauthorized walkout as contract talks hit impasse

Hundreds of Oakland teachers called in sick or took a personal day Friday to rally in front of school district offices and demand a contract that includes higher salaries and smaller class sizes.

Moderate rain in the forecast, ‘super blood wolf moon’ on Sunday

This week’s storm — by far the worst of the new year — caused mudslides, car crashes and hundreds of fallen trees, leaving officials on Friday to continue assessing and mitigating the damage. As of