Google among companies urging employees to return to office
After initially embracing long-term work from home, many tech companies have started urging employees to come back to the office, sometime with employees pushing back.
These Bill Gates-backed startup founders turn water from the shower drain into beer: ‘Rest assured with the science'
San Francisco-based tech startup Epic Cleantec can turn recycled shower water into beer. Here’s how, and why it hopes to make the practice more commonplace.
San Jose Police Department raises pride flag in honor of Pride Month
The San Jose Police Department is celebrating Pride Month by raising the pride flag Thursday at police headquarters.
Boy in stable condition after apparent rattlesnake bite at Mt. Diablo State Park
A 7-year-old boy was in stable condition as he was helicoptered to a hospital Wednesday after apparently being bitten by a rattlesnake on a trail at Mt. Diablo State Park, a state park ranger said.
Here comes El Niño: It's early, likely to be big, sloppy and add even more heat to a warming world
After months of gradually warming sea surface temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean, NOAA officially issued an El Nino advisory Thursday and warned it could reach supersized levels.
In unusual orca sighting, tour spots at least 20 killer whales off San Francisco
Roughly two dozen killer whales were spotted last month off the coast of San Francisco in an uncommonly large grouping of orcas for Northern California.
‘We still have our community': Man commits to changing narrative in San Francisco neighborhood
San Francisco’s Sunnydale neighborhood is plagued by violence and stereotypes. But, people who live there are trying to change the narrative. Marcus Washington visited one special place, that’s making a difference and saving lives.