San Francisco Mayor Breed Criticizes Timing Of SFUSD Plan To Rename SchoolsMayor London Breed on Wednesday offered some sharp criticism of the timing as the San Francisco Unified School District moved forward with a plan to change the names of 44 schools named after problematic historical figures by April.
UPDATE: Wind Blamed For Jack-Knifed Big Rig On Bay Bridge Tuesday NightThree lanes were blocked on the Bay Bridge in the eastbound direction at the Treasure Island off-ramp for nearly two hours Tuesday night due to a jack-knifed big rig.
Atmospheric River: Heavy Rains Fall Across Bay Area; Snow Reported In Sonoma, Santa Clara CountiesThe leading edge of an anticipated atmospheric river storm system arrived in the San Francisco Bay Area Tuesday evening, bringing heavy rains and high winds across the region as well as reports of snow in the North and South Bay.
SF Supes Approve Chu To Replace Former Assessor-RecorderSan Francisco supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved Assessor-Recorder Carmen Chu as the newest city administrator, replacing Naomi Kelly who resigned earlier this month.
Bay Area Sikh Protest Outside SF Indian Consulate; Continued Calls for Sovereign NationMany Punjabi Sikhs farmers have reached a breaking point, with thousands reportedly committing suicide. Protestors were also demanding independence and the re-establishment of a sovereign nation of Khalistan.
'Nightmarish': Gay, Black SF Firefighter Sues Over Alleged Discrimination At Castro StationIn a lawsuit, a San Francisco firefighter alleges that during the years he served at Station 6 in the Castro District, he experienced "a nightmarish series of events" because he was gay and black.
Barry Bonds Falls Short In 9th Baseball Hall Of Fame Try; No New Members In 2021The baseball Hall of Fame won’t have any new players in the class of 2021 after voters decided no one had the merits — on-the-field or off — for enshrinement in Cooperstown on this year's ballot.
SF Sketchfest Hosts All-Star Streaming Fundraiser 'Festpocalypse'With the COVID-19 pandemic making the 20th anniversary edition of SF Sketchfest impossible, organizers are curating a fundraising livestream comedy marathon this Saturday called "Festpocalypse."
San Francisco Mayor London Breed: COVID Vaccine Supply 'Inconsistent, Insufficient and Unpredictable'While San Francisco is ready to administer 10,000 COVID vaccines per day, Mayor London Breed on Tuesday said the city's supply from the state and federal government has been "inconsistent, insufficient and unpredictable."
Co-Workers Sentenced In 2018 Death Of Daly City Construction WorkerThe owner and three employees of a Livermore-based construction company have each received a jail sentence for charges related to the death of another employee at a Daly City work site in 2018.
Evacuation Warnings Issued For Parts Of San Mateo, Monterey County Over Burn-Scar Flooding ConcernsOfficials in both San Mateo and Monterey counties issued evacuation warnings Monday ahead of the major storm fueled by an atmospheric river.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco To Allow Outdoor Dining, Personal Services Starting ThursdayMayor London Breed on Monday announced that the state's lifting of the stay-at-home order would allow San Francisco to start relaxing COVID restrictions beginning this Thursday.
Elderly Woman Killed In Weekend Hit-And-Run On Woodside Road In Redwood CityPolice in Redwood City are searching for a driver suspected of fatally striking an elderly woman along Woodside Road over the weekend.
Three Wounded After Burlingame Hotel Dispute Erupts In GunfireThree people suffered non-life-threatening gunshot wounds early Sunday when a dispute in the parking lot of the Burlingame Embassy Suites hotel erupted in gunfire.
One Wounded, Cars And Tenderloin Museum Struck By Bullets From San Francisco Gunman's VolleyOne person was wounded and cars and the Tenderloin Museum struck by bullets after a gunman opened fire late Saturday night in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood, authorities said.