Big-rig crashes into Golden Gate Bridge toll plaza

A big-rig crashed into the toll plaza at the Golden Gate Bridge Tuesday morning, a California Highway Patrol officer said…

SF: On-duty firefighter arrested for DUI

An on-duty San Francisco firefighter who was arrested on suspicion of DUI and leaving the scene of a crash…

Egypt protesters gather before military deadline

Hundreds of thousands of protesters seeking the ouster of Egypt’s Islamist president sought Tuesday to push the embattled leader…

Arrests made after fatal shooting at Oakland restuarant

Two restaurant employees were fatally shot near Lake Merritt in Oakland late Monday night…

BART strike costing Bay Area $73 million a day

A Bay Area economic institute estimates that the BART strike is costing the region $73 million a day in lost labor productivity…

BART adds additional buses for transbay commuters

BART has obtained additional buses to serve the West Oakland Station and transbay passengers in the second day…

Bay Area heat wave continues

The National Weather Service is advising Bay Area residents that the hottest day of this heat wave will be Tuesday…

Oakland city workers’ strike block downtown streets

Striking city of Oakland employees are marching through downtown this morning, blocking traffic…

SF issues 479 same-sex marriage licenses since Friday

San Francisco county clerk’s office has issued 563 same-sex marriage licenses and recorded 479 same-sex marriages…

San Jose: Boy drowned in community pool

A 4-year-old boy who drowned in a community swimming pool at a San Jose mobile home park on Friday…

Photo Gallery: BART strike has commuters scrambling

San Francisco Bay area commuters encountered crowded roads and lines for buses and ferries…

San Francisco parking fines go up Monday

Drivers who fail to heed the meters in San Francisco will now be hit with the priciest parking tickets in the country…

BART workers start picketing, unclear when talks will resume

Dozens of workers from the two striking unions hoisted signs at picket lines forming at BART stations throughout the region early this morning…

HK protests to demand Beijing-backed leader resign

Tens of thousands of Hong Kongers took to the streets in protest Monday, demanding their widely disliked Beijing-backed leader resign…

BART workers strike, nightmare commute

BART workers have begun a strike that will bring train service to a screeching halt…

SF: Two people shot at Pride celebration

Two men were shot and injured at San Francisco’s Civic Center Sunday evening as Pride celebrations were wrapping up…

Santa Clara Co: Passenger killed in rollover crash

A 51-year-old man was killed Thursday when the driver of a Jeep lost control and the vehicle overturned…

Graduates get plastic surgery to find jobs

College graduates in China are facing a tough job market. Some of them are getting plastic surgeries to increase their chances of finding jobs…

No gold rush in China despite price slide

The latest plunge in gold prices did not trigger an onslaught of Chinese shoppers rushing to jewelry shops to buy gold…

Three WWII-era grenades found in front yard

The Santa Clara County sheriff’s bomb squad used explosives to blow up three Chinese-made World War II-era hand grenades…

Sources say Google building Android game console

The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that Google is building a video game console which runs on its Android operating system…

China confirms pollution brought about cancer village

The Chinese government has confirmed that the high rate of cancer cases in certain villages is caused by water pollution…

SF: Two injured in Bayview District shooting

Two people were shot in San Francisco’s Bayview District Thursday morning…

Oakland: Two murders in 4 hours

Oakland police are investigating two murders that occurred within four hours on Thursday morning…

China to reform rural workers’ status

China is planning to restructure its household registration system so rural workers who work in the cities can enjoy more benefits…

Tree trimmer electrocuted in San Jose

A man who was hired to trim trees at a South San Jose home died when he was electrocuted late Wednesday morning…

Survivor of Pakistan attack back home

Zhang Jingchuan, the only survivor in the deadly militant attack in Pakistan, is back home in China…

Photo Gallery: SF celebrates gay marriage rulings

聯邦最高法院週三就同性婚姻作出歷史性的裁決,為同性戀者爭取權益踏出一大步,當晚有數千人湧到舊金山…A crowd surged from hundreds to several thousand in the city’s Castro neighborhood to celebrate…

Shark bites kayak off coast of Pacifica Beach

A man in a kayak fishing off the coast said a shark bit his boat before swimming away…

Kevin Rudd sworn in as Australian prime minister

Kevin Rudd was sworn in as Australian prime minister on Thursday three years and three days…