Almost 9 million pounds of beef were recalled nationwide after slaughterhouse was shut down.
Agency reconsiders refusal to release water as native tribes warn a massive die-off is imminent.
With city in midst of building boom, officials look for ways to prevent a repeat of devastating fire.
California’s historic drought has lots of gardeners searching for drought-tolerant plants.
City has prevailed only three times out of last 15 cases in which arbitrator heard appeal from the union.
Hundreds of bills meet their fate in August at state Capitol, most with little light shed on the process.
The news in photos from around the Bay Area.
Hundreds gather in Oakland and San Francisco for peaceful protests of killings by police.
A straightforward solution to one of the biggest hardships of living on the street.
When new contract takes effect next July, residents will see increases of up to 24 percent.