Cruise hired a law firm to investigate the startup's interactions with regulators after a Cruise vehicle dragged a pedestrian on Oct. 2. Multiple government agencies are now examining the crash.
After rapidly expanding its self-driving car program, things took a disastrous turn for Cruise when one of its robotaxis struck a pedestrian.
On Nov. 15, 2013, Miles Scott, a 5-year-old with leukemia, won hearts around the world when he became a superhero for a day with help from the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The Ferry Building has been a beacon to incoming ferry riders since the late 1890s. Threatened by rising sea levels, the waterfront city is considering drastic measures to save its historic shoreline.
Hmm, it's still a bit of a mystery. Here's what is known about the small herd of goats who went running through the streets in March.
Though the vibrant Bay Area rap community lit the fuse on many of the stars, styles and innovations that have blown up across the map, the region might still be best known for being underestimated.
A nightclub owner, artist and newly elected government official is joining Pride festivities as other U.S. cities consider appointing drag laureates.
Nine people were wounded in a mass shooting in San Francisco's Mission District on Friday night in what police said appeared to be a "targeted and isolated" incident.
The former president of the latest version of the United States Football League is launching a spring football league for high school players. Brian Woods says his Prep Super League will begin next year with a six-week season.
Nima Momeni was booked on suspicion of murder in Lee's stabbing death last week in San Francisco. Police declined to give details on how they linked the death to Momeni or how the men knew each other.
While many cheered the possibility of a huge financial windfall for the city's Black residents, one civil rights leader says the proposal is a distraction from tangible efforts to redress racism.
The video of goats dashing through the streets of San Francisco drew thousands of views on Twitter and was the subject of much joking. We asked a goat specialist to weigh in.
JPMorgan's cheery confab returned to San Francisco, but the health care capitalists had economic anxiety, too.
If convicted, 71-year-old Collier Gwin could face up to six months in county jail and a $2,000 fine, officials say. The case remains under investigation.
California braced for more stormy weather as rain began to sweep into the northern part the state and the San Francisco Bay area, raising the potential for road flooding, rising rivers and mudslides.