Brawl Shuts Down San Francisco Westfield MallA brawl forced the temporary lockdown of San Francisco's downtown Westfield Mall Sunday evening and ended with several people being detained, authorities said.
San Francisco Rock Favorite Celebrates Birthday At ChapelA Bay Area music hero and Mission District institution, Overwhelming Colorfast founder Bob Reed celebrates his birthday with two of his current bands at the Chapel Wednesday night for Bobfest One.
CBS SF Talks To Songwriter Hayley Thompson-KingMassachusetts-based singer-songwriter Hayley Thompson-King talks about her forthcoming debut solo album 'Psychotic Melancholia' ahead of her band's first San Francisco performance at Neck of the Woods on June 30th.
‘Resist’ Becomes A Theme For Pride ParadePolitical themes have not been unusual for the annual San Francisco Pride parade, but organizers admit this is a special year given the current climate in Washington.
San Francisco Police: UPS Shooter Armed With Stolen GunsSan Francisco police say the UPS driver who shot and killed three colleagues last week was armed with two stolen guns and appeared to target his victims.
Northbound Golden Gate Bridge To Close During San Francisco MarathonSecurity concerns are going to prompt a major traffic change at this year's upcoming San Francisco Marathon.
Classmates Mourn Teen Killed In Fall From San Francisco CliffStudents at San Francisco's St. Ignatius College Preparatory high school were in mourning Friday after a classmate was killed in a tumble off a cliff at Land's End.
Extra Security In Place For San Francisco Pride ParadeSecurity measures put in place at last year's Pride celebrations in San Francisco following the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando will remain in place this year.
Uber Must Share Drivers' Contact Info With San Francisco City Officials, Judge RulesA San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled that he will require Uber to give city officials its local drivers' contact information.
Gas Line Break Prompts Shelter-In-Place In Richmond DistrictA gas line break has prompted a shelter-in-place order in San Francisco's Lake Street neighborhood Thursday morning, fire officials said.
Facebook Wants To Nudge Users Into 'Meaningful' Online GroupsAt Facebook, mere "sharing" is getting old. Finding deeper meaning in online communities is the next big thing.
Sweltering Heat Wave Embraces Bay Area For 8th DayFor the first time in history, the Alameda County Fair cancelled a day of horse racing Thursday as temperatures began soaring toward triple digits.

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