Plus: A Santa Cruz Mountains driver takes exception to the speed survey on Bear Creek Road.
The Palo Alto Fire Department has burned through 50 percent of its annual overtime budget, according to a new report.
Both sides are anxious to have Monica vote their way.
Stephen Curry hits game-winning jumper with 1.5 seconds left against the Dallas Mavericks.
The landlords of two Belle Haven neighborhood homes recently targeted by shooters have agreed to evict their tenants, according to police Chief Robert Jonsen.
Because one Black Friday wasn't enough, Fry's Electronics will host a second sales event on Friday with all-day online promotions.
Facebook will join the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index, replacing technology supplier Teradyne, while Abercrombie & Fitch is downgraded from the benchmark index.
BART, Amalgamated Transit and Service Employees International unions will sit down Thursday morning in attempt to settle the dispute over family leave provision in their recently negotiated contract.
From Walnut Creek to San Jose and beyond, K-12 students are spending an hour this week learning how to program computers as part of the Hour of Code campaign during Computer Science Education Week.
The legal battle GoldieBlox thought it had laid to rest escalated on Tuesday when the Beastie Boys sued the Oakland toy company over a copyright dispute after it used the group's song in a video advertisement.
Enforcement of a new law that would make it illegal for people to use their cars as dwellings in Palo Alto could be delayed for up to a year.
After city officials paid a consultant $30,000 to draw up some alternative designs of an old oak tree logo, the Menlo Park City Council has decided to stick with the original.
After being on the lam for 17 years, a former San Jose couple flew back from Pakistan, surrendered to federal agents and pleaded guilty to bank fraud on Wednesday, officials said.
San Ramon-based Chevron on Wednesday unveiled a 2014 capital and exploration budget of $39.8 billion, down 5.5 percent from the roughly $4.2 billion that the energy giant expects to spend this year, primarily because 2013 represents the peak of construction activity at Chevron's huge liquefied natural gas projects in western Australia.
Menlo Park managers and supervisors will get a 4.5 percent pay raise and enough extra money to cover increases in their health care premiums.
Major League Baseball plans to eliminate home plate collisions, possibly as soon as next season but no later than by 2015
Internet cafe owners are expected to take Hayward to court to challenge the rules when they go into effect in January.
Today: Silicon Valley dominates annual list of employee's favorite workplaces, with social-media companies on top. Also: Wall Street takes a dive, but Twitter still manages a gain.
A gas pipeline that ruptured and caused a fire in the Oakland hills Tuesday was cracked, PG&E spokeswoman Brittany Chord said Wednesday.
There are no more halftime shows this year for San Jose State's marching band, but it'll put on its 34th annual fundraising concert Sunday at the school's Event Center.
A mixed-use project proposed for the corner of Hamilton Avenue and Ramona Street in Palo Alto is poised to move forward following the city council's rejection this week of an appeal signed by 23 residents.
OK, now we're getting somewhere.While I have truly enjoyed the macabre merriment of "American Horror Story: Coven," I have gotten frustrated with the show's slow drip of plot details pertaining to this so-called war against the witches.
The Oakland A's trade veteran reliever Jerry Blevins to the Washington Nationals for minor league outfielder Billy Burns.
Once Tim Lincecum and Tim Hudson were signed, the San Francisco Giants didn't feel a need to make any major alterations to their pitching staff.
Warriors center Jermaine O'Neal is hoping to avoid surgery, which would likely end his season and possibly his career.
Sean Crudup, a former United Airlines employee, and his wife, Raychas Thomas, of Richmond, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to stealing a couple's luggage during the Asiana plane crash chaos. The pair are also accused of returning the belongings to a Pleasanton Nordstrom for a $5,000 payout.
Hilton on Wednesday priced its initial public offering at $20 per share for a total take of $2.35 billion. The payoff surpasses the $2.1 billion generated by Twitter's IPO last month and could be the second-biggest IPO of the year.
The famous Sriracha rooster sauce is missing in action for many of Huy Fong's distributors after food safety regulations forced the company not to ship out any product for 30 days.
Sharks have squandered two-goal leads in each of their last two defeats, have lost four in a row overall.
A Seoul court has denied Samsung's claim that Apple violated three of its patent related to short message services.