Police are looking for the driver of an SUV that struck and injured a woman walking on the street on Tuesday morning in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District and then drove away.
The push is on again for tech companies like Twitter in San Francisco’s mid-Market area to apply for tax breaks.
Police cleared out what they called a “homeless camp” in downtown San Francisco Monday morning—the same area where a protest was planned throughout the day.
The discovery of a suspicious package shut down a San Francisco Public Health Department building in the city’s South of Market neighborhood Monday morning.
San Francisco public health officials have shut down a once popular bakery in San Francisco’s Twin Peaks neighborhood last Tuesday.
Seven flights into and out of San Francisco International Airport have been canceled on Tuesday morning due to icy weather in other parts of the country.
Six weeks before BART begins new contract talks with one of its transit workers’ unions, a new report has surfaced that sheds light on the practice by some employees of not showing up for work.
First it was Rick Perry of Texas, now Iowa’s Governor is coming to California to lure businesses to set up shop in the Hawkeye state.
Walnut Creek has joined the growing number of cities trying to lure the movie empire behind the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises to the city.
The labor union that represents the Golden Gate Bridge District employees including ferry operators has called a strike for Tuesday morning.