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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

Hikers stranded in the snow overnight rescued at Yosemite National Park

Two hikers stranded in the North Dome area of Yosemite National Park were rescued by helicopter Wednesday morning, after a failed attempt amid stormy conditions the night before.

Nasty storm battering Bay Area leads to 6 deaths, flooding, power outages

The strongest storm of the new year wreaked havoc on the Bay Area this week, as torrential rainfall and fierce winds contributed to six deaths, downed power lines, toppled trees and flooding,

People are upset about an unexpected missing feature on new Muni trains

As with many momentous occasions, a bunch of suits stood proudly in front of a giant red ribbon. On Nov. 17, 2017, the late mayor Ed Lee, smiling widely, introduced a gathered crowd to the first

California law abolishing bail is put on hold until at least November 2020

California’s new law abolishing the requirement to post bail for release after arrest, scheduled to take effect in October, was put on hold Wednesday when bail bond companies qualified a referendum to

BART vs. Muni: Twitter humorously tries to pit the two transportation systems against each other

After a flooding issue caused the Civic Center BART station to close temporarily Wednesday due to flooding on the train platform, BART's Twitter account found itself at the center of a playful Twitter

Minimum wage to increase by up to $4 in one Bay Area city

Minimum wage in Fremont will rise to $15 over the next two years.

SF wants to use new map of flood-prone areas to inform property buyers

Some San Franciscans could soon have one more box to check in the paperwork that piles up when they’re trying to sell their properties. In the coming months, the San Francisco Public Utilities

Civic Center BART reopens after flooding closes station

Civic Center BART station reopened half an hour after it closed Wednesday afternoon due to flooding, the agency said. Both the platform and concourse levels were flooded, said Anna Duckworth, a BART

Oakland teachers prepare wildcat walkout Friday amid disruptive LA strike

Teachers from half a dozen schools in Oakland are planning to walk out Friday to warn the district of a looming strike if they aren’t offered better pay — a move that comes amid a massive teachers’

Woman found dead in water near Aquatic Park identified as SFUSD worker

A woman who was found dead in the San Francisco Bay has been identified as a San Francisco Unified School District employee, officials said Wednesday. Police responded at 9 a.m. Tuesday to the 3200

Mudslide on Highway 101 in Sausalito causes major traffic delays

A mudslide spilled onto the roadway on Highway 101 in Sausalito early Wednesday, shutting down a southbound lane for nearly an hour during the height of the morning commute, authorities said. Rocks,

Highway 50 crash kills three people, including 1-year-old girl

Three people, including a 1-year-old girl, were killed Tuesday after their vehicle spun out and crashed during a period of heavy rain in Camino (El Dorado County), authorities said. The collision