Tales Of Tunnels Under Former San Francisco Gay Bars Could Delay DevelopmentReports of underground escape tunnels beneath former gay bars threatens to delay a major development project in San Francisco.
Operator Shortage Leads To Reduced Historic Streetcar ServiceMuni's historic streetcars are a hit with tourists, but a staffing shortage has made regular buses a far more common sight along the Embarcedero and Market Street.
Cab Plows Into Pedestrians On San Francisco's Market StreetA taxi crashed onto a busy sidewalk, injuring two pedestrians and the cab driver in downtown San Francisco Tuesday.
59-Year-Old Man Hospitalized After Alleged Assault On SF Muni BusPolice are investigating an assault that allegedly took place on a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus Thursday evening after the bus driver discovered an injured and unresponsive man onboard.
Massive Statue Being Raised In San Francisco's SoMa Reaches MilestoneA new piece of public art is being raised over San Francisco's SoMa neighborhood that will tower over all existing artworks in the city, according to its creator.
San Francisco To Open 2nd Innovative Homeless ShelterA year after the opening of the Navigation Center for the homeless in the Mission District, Mayor Ed Lee on Wednesday announced plans for a second center on Market Street.
Muni F-Line Streetcar Hits Parking Enforcement Vehicle On SF Market StreetA San Francisco Municipal Railway streetcar struck a Department of Parking and Traffic vehicle on Market Street Saturday evening.
Locals Brace For Super Bowl 50 GridlockThe countdown to Super Bowl 50 also means a countdown to some serious gridlock, especially near Super Bowl City in San Francisco.
Suspicious Package Incident On Market Street ResolvedAn incident involving a suspicious package reported along San Francisco's Market Street Wednesday morning has been resolved, city officials said.
Private Cars Banned From Turning Onto Parts Of Market Street Starting TuesdayMonday is the final day for private cars on the downtown stretch of Market Street in San Francisco.
San Francisco Apartment From Hell: Tenants Sue Landlord Over Sewage In Sinks, Blood-Stained WallsHome is where their hell is -- that's what tenants of a South of Market apartment building are trying to illustrate in a lawsuit that alleges a bevy of terrible living conditions despite paying market-rate rents.
52 Wacky Art Exhibits You Can Play With Take Over San Francisco's Market Street For 3 DaysDozens of art exhibitions will flood Market Street starting Thursday as the public prepares to vote on which ones will become a permanent fixture in this rapidly changing San Francisco corridor.