San Francisco Becomes First US City To Pass Ban On E-Cigarette SalesSan Francisco will become the first US city to effectively ban e-cigarette sales, after the city's board of supervisors voted in favor of an ordinance Tuesday.
Same-Sex Penguin Couple At SF Zoo Hailed As Model Foster ParentsAs Pride weekend approaches, one same-sex couple at the San Francisco Zoo is setting an example of parenthood that would make anyone proud.
Burger King's Impossible Whopper Arrives In San FranciscoBurger King's Impossible Whopper is arriving at over 100 locations in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Wayward Dog Found In Michigan Reunited With Modesto Owner At SFOAn emotional reunion at SFO Tuesday night after a wayward dog who was found thousands of miles away in Michigan was returned to his Modesto owner.
Mysterious Surge In Dead Gray Whales Washing Up On West Coast Concerns ScientistsOcean scientists are concerned about dead gray whales that have washed up on the US West Coast this year at the highest rate in almost two decades.
Is This The World's Most Expensive Cup Of Coffee? Coffee aficionados are willing to shell out big bucks for the perfect cup of coffee. But Californians may be taking it to the next level.
This San Francisco Shack Just Hit The Market – For $2.5 MillionA shack in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood has just hit the market for a jaw-dropping price.
'Valley Girl' Accent Ranked Among Least Sexy In America, Other California Accents Fall HigherAccording to a new list of The Top 50 Sexiest Accents in the USA from Big 7 Travel, Californians are all over the map.
San Francisco Bans Facial-Recognition Technology San Francisco, long one of the most tech-friendly and tech-savvy cities in the world, is now the first in the United States to prohibit its government from using facial-recognition technology.
California Reporter Vows To Protect Source After Police RaidA freelance journalist is vowing to protect his source after San Francisco police raided his home and office while keeping him handcuffed for several hours as part of a criminal investigation, according to a newspaper report.
Teacher On Leave For Breast Cancer Has To Pay For Her Substitute Due To California LawA San Francisco teacher who is on medical leave has to worry about more than just battling breast cancer.