Golden Gate Bridge's Wind-Whipped Annoying Hum Echoes Through NeighborhoodsWindy weekend weather has amplified an annoying sonic feature of the Golden Gate Bridge as high gusts generated by foggy conditions blast into the San Francisco Bay, creating a loud, humming noise that can be heard for miles around.
DA Chesa Boudin Outraged; 2 Killed in Separate Shootings Saturday in San Francisco Potrero Hill NeighborhoodA man who was shot Saturday afternoon in San Francisco's Potrero Hill neighborhood has died -- becoming the second homicide of the day to occur in the neighborhood, police said.
San Francisco Homeless Camp to Be Removed Monday, Advocates Say Residents Have Right to StayPeople who have been living in their cars and in tents in a state-owned parking lot under Interstate 80 in San Francisco are slated to be removed on Monday but their advocates are arguing they have the right to stay under state law.
Police Arrest Teen Suspect for Friday-Evening Homicide in SF Excelsior DistrictA 17-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the killing of a man Friday evening in the Excelsior District of San Francisco, police said Saturday.
Redwood City Sets Up Vaccination Clinic for Special-Needs CommunityA one-of-its-kind vaccination clinic was held Saturday in Redwood City. It was designed to be accessible for those with developmental disabilities and, for family members and caregivers, it was a long-awaited opportunity.
19-Year-Old Dead, Suspects At Large In San Mateo ShootingA 19-year-old was dead and several suspects remained at large Saturday following a fatal shooting in the parking lot of the San Mateo Adult School.
San Francisco Transit Officials Reopen Muni Metro Stations; Restore F-Line Trolley Service To Fisherman's WharfThe San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency reopened all Muni Metro subway stations and began the running historic F-line streetcars along Market St and the Embarcadero to Fisherman’s Wharf Saturday for the first time since they were shuttered during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Newsom Budget Targets Cleaning Up California; 'The State’s Too Damn Dirty'It's something San Francisco Bay Area residents are confronted with everyday -- trash-strewn streets and highways. Gov. Gavin Newsom's proposed $268 billion state budget will help fund an effort to clean it up.
Grass Fire In Woodside Sparked By Illegal Campfire; Man ArrestedA man was arrested for setting an illegal campfire that sparked a small grass fire in the hills of Woodside in San Mateo County on Friday morning, deputies said.
Sketch Released, Reward Offered In 2016 Double Murder In San FranciscoPolice in San Francisco are offering a $75,000 reward in the 2016 fatal shooting of a homeless couple in the city's Mission District and have released a suspect sketch.
Man Arrested In Redwood City On Vehicle Theft, Weapons ChargesPolice in Redwood City on Wednesday arrested a man for allegedly stealing a vehicle and possessing an unregistered firearm.
State Parole Board Rejects San Francisco DA's Plea To Keep Notorious Killer Tare Beltranchuc Behind BarsA plea from the San Francisco District Attorney's Office to revoke the parole of Tare Beltranchu, who killed a San Francisco mother in front of her two small children in Oct. 2000, has been rejected by state prison officials.
UPDATE: SF Panhandler Held On Attempted Murder Charges For Slashing Victim's Face After RejectionA man who allegedly slashed a victim in the face near San Francisco's Union Square after the victim declined a request for money has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and other charges.
SFPD Chief Scott Denounces South Beach Officer-Involved Shooting of Auto Burglary SuspectPolice in San Francisco on Thursday released more details surrounding an officer-involved shooting last week in the city's South Beach neighborhood that SFPD Chief Bill Scott denounced as unnecessary.
San Francisco Corruption Scandal: City Reaches $1.7M Settlement With Permit Expediter Walter WongSan Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced the city has settled a civil lawsuit worth more than $1.7 million against Walter Wong -- a business executive who pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy to commit wire fraud.