Glide Memorial Says Goodbye To Outgoing PastorsThe normally joyous Sunday service at San Francisco's Glide Memorial Church was bittersweet as the congregation said goodbye to its two pastors.
Nearly 1 Million Gather For San Francisco Pride ParadeUnder blue skies and led off by Dykes on Bikes, the annual San Francisco Pride parade was greeted by nearly 1 million onlookers and participants Sunday as the city's celebrated its resilient spirit and diversity.
Dykes On Bikes Remember Founder On Her 40th Pride AnniversaryWhen the San Francisco Pride Parade gets rolling Sunday morning, a groundbreaking group will lead the pack without one of their founding members for the first time in 40 years.
Tourists Pull Wheelchair-Bound Man To Safety During Bernal Heights FireA group of French tourists helped pull a wheelchair-bound man from his home during a two-alarm fire in San Francisco's Bernal Heights neighborhood Friday, a fire spokesman said.
49ers Sign OL Tomlinson To 3-Year ExtensionThe San Francisco 49ers have signed offensive lineman Laken Tomlinson to a three-year contract extension through the 2021 season.
One Dead, One Wounded In San Francisco ShootingOne person was dead and another hospitalized with injuries early Friday after a shooting in San Francisco's Mission District.
Glide Supporters Rally In Face Of Pending Removal Of PastorsA Bay Area institution that is ready to go to battle to stay true to its mission rallied supporters in San Francisco on Thursday.
Leather Community Celebrates Designated District At This Year's SF PrideOne of San Francisco's most vibrant and unique LBGTQ communities will celebrate Pride this year with its own district.
Workers File Racial Discrimination Claim Against Firm Building SF Office TowerThree black men filed a claim with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing Thursday alleging that they were subjected to a racially hostile working environment and had their lives threatened while they were working at a new office tower in San Francisco.
Hunt Heats Up For San Francisco's Infamous 'Doodler' Serial KillerSan Francisco police have a possible suspect in their cold case search for 'The 'Doodler' -- a serial killer who stalked San Francisco's gay community in the mid-1970s.
Refugee Food Festival Gives Opportunity To International ChefsAs the Bay Area marked World Refugee Day Wednesday, several San Francisco restaurants spiced things up with unique dinners created by talented refugee chefs.
Suspect In Brutal SF Assault Caught On Camera Pleads Not GuiltyA man allegedly seen on surveillance video kicking a sleeping homeless man in the face repeatedly earlier this month in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood has been connected to at least two other attacks, according to prosecutors.