A 23-year-old Utah man accused of beating a San Francisco man to death with a skateboard on Christmas Day is due back in court on murder charges next week in a case his attorney described Wednesday as self-defense.
Taking a page of the corporate world, non-profits are using mergers to help more people.
A 14-year-old San Francisco boy told police he was kidnapped from the city’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood for several hours Wednesday night by four men in a van, then robbed and dropped off unharmed in Oakland, police said Thursday.
San Francisco’s new sit-lie ordinance became effective on Friday, but it will not be enforced until February when officers have been properly trained on it, police said.
San Francisco’s Recreation and Park Commission approved a controversial plan to close a recycling center on the edge of Golden Gate Park.
San Francisco officials are objecting to cigarette ads featuring the city’s iconic Haight neighborhood.
San Francisco police on Saturday arrested five people suspected in a series of pepper-spray robberies last week, a police sergeant said Monday.
It’s about to get a lot tougher for hundreds of struggling health clinics that rely on Medi-Cal reimbursement to help keep the lights on.