For an American institution that loved to keep things loose and easy, saying goodbye to the Grateful Dead is proving to be very hard work, and it all started when the promoters went old school.
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Caltrain service south of Blossom Hill Station in San Jose was halted after a person was struck and killed by a train Monday evening, Caltrain officials said.
Students at San Jose State University say the campus has a problem with homeless that is getting out of control.
After only accepting American Express the last 16 years, the retailer is switching to Foster City-based card giant Visa and will use Citigroup as its exclusive provider of co-branded credit cards.
There’s a shortage of hotel rooms in Oakland, but that could change if developers get approval for a number of construction projects.
San Francisco is poised to spend millions of dollars to improve some of the city's most dilapidated playground and planners are getting public input on how they should move forward.
Two women are in custody accused of stealing more than two dozen cars in Hayward.
An Oakland police officer suffered minor injuries when a driver crashed into a patrol car while fleeing from a traffic stop early Sunday morning in West Oakland.
University of California admissions officers are sifting through a record number of applications, but it's still unclear exactly how many new students can enroll.
The Federal Bureau of Investigations is upping the stakes in their battle against animal cruelty. It’s now part of the Bureau’s index of major crimes. That means crimes against animals will now be taken as seriously as arson or homicide.