New Storm Moves In To Northern California, Threatening More FloodingThe first outer rain bands from a storm headed to Northern California are bringing light rain, wind and renewed warnings of flooding.
Man Attacked With Machete, Robbed In San Francisco's Mission DistrictA 42-year-old man was able to walk to the hospital Tuesday night in San Francisco’s Inner Mission District after having been attacked with a machete and robbed by at least four people.
CBS SF Talks To Melvins Drummer Dale CroverMelvins drummer Dale Crover talks about the band's upcoming semi-acoustic performance before a screening of the documentary 'The Colossus of Destiny: A Melvins Tale' as part of Noise Pop 25 this Saturday at the Swedish American Hall.
Bombogenesis: Cyclone Force Winds Rip Through Monterey-SalinasCyclone force winds ripped through the Monterey-Salinas area early Friday, shredding trees with gusts exceeding 80 mph and blocking lanes of Highway 101 as the latest winter storm roared into Northern California.
Developers At Troubled SoMa Construction Site Served Violation NoticeConstruction on the troubled high-rise project in San Francisco's SoMa that forced building evacuations and street closures 24 hours ago got another setback Thursday when inspectors hit the developers of 33 Tehama with a violation notice.
San Francisco Firefighter Injured In Silver Terrace FireA San Francisco firefighter sustained minor injuries Thursday afternoon while fighting a 1-alarm house fire that displaced 11 people including four children, according to authorities.
Supervisor Seeks Toll For Crooked Stretch Of Lombard StreetA San Francisco supervisor is proposing a toll on a famously crooked street that draws millions of visitors a year and creates headaches for residents.
Suspected Gunman Arrested In SF Muni Train ShootingA man suspected of shooting a passenger on a Muni light-rail vehicle has been arrest, authorities said.
Bay Area Medicinal Marijuana Tests Positive For Toxic FungicideWhile marijuana itself may be a medicinal blessing, what lands in a consumer’s hand is far more complicated.
Evacuations Lifted, Streets Reopen Around SoMa Construction SiteSan Francisco fire officials Wednesday night said a crane and concrete slab on a South of Market high-rise, considered at risk of falling, had been secured and evacuation orders for most nearby buildings were lifted around 9 p.m.
Northern California Storm Door Swings Back Open Three winter storm fronts were lined up off the Northern California coast Wednesday, ready to once again bring showers, gusty winds and more run-off to already saturated hillsides and swollen waterways.
Lawmaker Wants California To Allow Bars To Stay Open Until 4 A.M.If State Senator Scott Wiener has his way San Francisco will soon join cities like New York, Chicago, Key West, Las Vegas and Miami that allow bars with special licenses to serve alcohol until 4 a.m.

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