Warriors Move To The City Will Be On Ballot Before SF VotersA group is building a case to try and stop San Francisco from getting Oakland's Warriors.
2-Alarm Fire Erupts In San Francisco Apartment Building Identified As Drug DenA 2-alarm fire quickly spread inside a three-story apartment house in San Francisco's Castro District Friday, sending flames skyward and a thick plume of smoke billowing over the neighborhood.
Teenager Violently Robbed Of Cellphone In San Francisco's Mission DistrictA teenager was brutally beaten and robbed of her cellphone in broad daylight in San Francisco's Mission District.
San Francisco's Tourism Slump Blamed On Homelessness And President TrumpSan Francisco's robust tourism industry is experiencing a slight slump. Some say Trump is to blame, but others point to the homeless crisis.
3 Bodies Found Near San Francisco School; Drug Overdose SuspectedThe bodies of three men were discovered early Thursday on the sidewalk near a high school in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district in what appears to be a case of deadly drug overdoses.
Conflict Between PG&E, SF Public Utilities Commission Bogs Down More ProjectsThere are new developments in a bitter fight between the city of San Francisco and PG&E that could cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars.
Police Arrest Man Suspected Of 3 San Francisco Jewelry HeistsSan Francisco police say they've nabbed a serial burglar.
Coast Guard Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing In Golden Gate ParkA Coast Guard helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park Thursday after the tail rotor suffered a malfunction.
CBS SF Talks To Blackwülf Guitarist Pete HolmesThe guitarist and founder of one of the leading lights on the Bay Area metal scene, Blackwülf's Pete Holmes talks about the band's roots and its brand new Ripple Music album 'Sinister Sides' ahead of a record release party at the Hemlock Tavern this Saturday night.
White Nationalist Is Latest To Sue Twitter Over BanA prominent white nationalist is suing Twitter for banning his accounts at a time when social networks are trying to crack down on hateful and abusive content without appearing to censor unpopular opinions.
San Francisco DA Seeks $1 Million For Fight Auto BurglariesSan Francisco's top prosecutor says he will seek $1 million to help curtail car break-ins in the city, which last year recorded more than 30,000 auto burglaries.
Local Thrash Heroes Headline Regency BallroomPlaying San Francisco for the first time since headlining a two-night residency at the Chapel last summer, Bay Area metal icons Exodus headline the Regency Ballroom Sunday night as part of the Mr. Pickles Thrash-tacular Metal Tour.