Non-profit charities in San Francisco are being asked to make extra room for the homeless to sleep while cold temperatures soon to be accompanied by rain prevail.
With the number of retirements on the rise, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is looking to hire thousands of officers over the next three years, despite a lower prison population.
One year after it started, a volunteer movement called “Giving Tuesday” was in full swing at the Jewish Community Center in San Francisco (JCCSF).
In honor of Veteran’s Day Monday, St. Anthony’s Foundation of San Francisco organized a free suit giveaway for the homeless and low-income veterans.
The California Public Utilities Commission has unanimously adopted new rail safety regulations, less than two weeks after two Bay Area Rapid Transit workers were killed while working on the tracks.
A four-car crash in San Francisco’s Inner Richmond District Wednesday afternoon sent five people to a hospital, a fire official said.
The department has partnered with Zero Motorcycles of Scotts Valley in acquiring the fully electric patrol motorcycle.
Investigators released new information Tuesday about a possible witness in the case of a San Francisco General Hospital patient found dead in a stairwell earlier this month.
Bay Area Rapid Transit are preparing to vote soon on the tentative contract agreement amid a relationship with BART management that has been fractured by tough negotiations and the deaths of two workers during the second strike.
The Bay Area Rapid Transit Board of Directors passed resolutions honoring the two workers killed on the tracks on October 19, despite protests from union leadership.