San Francisco

Nevada Agrees To Pay $400K Settlement After Allegations Of Dumping Psychiatric Patients In SFSan Francisco sued Nevada in 2013, over accounts of patients who were discharged from Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital in Las Vegas, given bus tickets to cities in California and directed to seek further care there.
Best Screen Printing And Embroidery Shops In San FranciscoFrom the Outer Richmond to Potrero Hills, San Francisco has you covered for silk screening and embroidery needs from several small, independent owners who come recommended by their customers.
'Butt Dials' Make Up A Third Of San Francisco's 911 CallsButt dialing sounds like a comical mishap, but they make up about a third of the calls made to San Francisco’s emergency dispatchers, causing a serious problem.
‘No Drone Zone’ Established For San Francisco Fleet WeekDue to the popularity of recreational drones, there will be a temporary flight restriction in place prohibiting the use of drones in the skies above San Francisco during Fleet Week beginning Thursday, according to local and federal officials.
Plane Door Flies Open After Flight Takes Off From San Francisco AirportA pilot was forced to take emergency action when a plane door flew open mid-air after taking off from San Francisco International Airport.
Person Behind Mysterious 'No Tech Zone' Signs In San Francisco Reveals HimselfA local artist is claiming responsibility for the "No Tech Zone" signs posted in several San Francisco parks last month.
Program That Lets Tech Shuttles Use Public Bus Stops Working, SF Transit Agency SaysSan Francisco's transit planners are calling a pilot program involving those controversial tech buses a success.
Raiders & 49ers: A Tale Of Two LossesIs a loss a loss, regardless of how it transpires? Judging from yesterday’s outcomes for both the Raiders and 49ers, I think a loss can have completely opposite effects on a football team.
Proposed George Lucas Museum In Chicago Runs Into Opposition'Star Wars' creator, George Lucas chose to build his museum of narrative art in Chicago over San Francisco's Crissy Field, but efforts to stop the project from happening are mounting.
Cain's Strong Outing Sends Giants Encouraged Into OffseasonMatt Cain needed this kind of outing. The former Giants ace has struggled with injuries and ineffectiveness since throwing his perfect game more than three years ago.
Car Burglary Suspect Pins Officer To Vehicle In San Francisco; Officer HospitalizedA San Francisco police officer is in stable condition after a suspect driving a vehicle allegedly struck the officer early Monday morning in an attempt to run the officer over.
Governor Jerry Brown Helps Close Loophole In California's Ivory BanGov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill to close a loophole in the state's ban on importing, buying or selling elephant ivory or rhinoceros horns.