Metallica, Dave Matthews To Headline Wildfire Relief ConcertMetallica and Dave Matthews are set to headline a wildfire relief concert in San Francisco next month.
Teen Jumps Out Of Plane Emergency DoorPassengers say the teen appeared to be in emotional distress during the flight.
Gay Pride Marches Across US Take On Celebratory, Political TonesThousands of people lined the streets for gay pride parades Sunday in coast-to-coast events that took both celebratory and political tones.
Four Dead In San Francisco UPS Facility ShootingA San Francisco hospital has received multiple victims from a shooting at a sprawling UPS warehouse and customer service center.
Federal Judge Blocks Trump Order To Cut Sanctuary City MoneyA federal judge in San Francisco has blocked a Trump administration order to withhold funding from communities that limit cooperation with U.S. immigration authorities.
San Francisco's Beloved Polar Bear Dies At 36Uulu, a 545-pound female polar bear and a principal attraction at the San Francisco Zoo, died Friday at the age of 36, according to a statement released by zoo officials, CBS San Francisco reports.
Uber Vows To Change Direction, Become More Humane CompanyUber is vowing to head down a new road and become a more humane company.
Eek! Mouse Delays London-To-San Francisco Flight For 4 HoursHow he squeaked through security is anyone's guess.
Uber To Help Cities Get A Better Grasp On Traffic PatternsUber is offering a helping hand to some of the same city leaders it sometimes antagonizes with the aggressive way it runs its popular ride-hailing service.
Uber Self Driving Car Allegedly Runs Red LightThe incident occurred the same day that the State of California told Uber to stop rides in self-driving cars.
California Police Officers Visit Dallas To Run In MarathonThousands of runners will take over downtown Dallas for the BMW Dallas Marathon Sunday, and around two dozen of those runners will be California police officers who are running to pay tribute.
Wells Fargo Seeks Arbitration Order In Customer LawsuitWells Fargo & Co. wants a federal court judge in Utah to order that customers suing the banking giant over improper sales practices submit their claims to binding arbitration.