UPDATE: San Francisco Police Double Reward in Search for Infamous 'Doodler' Serial Killing SuspectPolice in San Francisco on Thursday announced they have doubled the reward offered in the nearly half century old cold case of the "Doodler" -- a serial killer who terrorized gay men in San Francisco's Castro during the mid-1970s.
Suspect Arraigned in 1978 Marissa Harvey Sexual Assault, Murder Cold CaseThe office of San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin on Wednesday said the suspect in the 1978 sexual assault and homicide of 15-year-old Marissa Harvey is set to appear in court.
Registration Deadline Approaches For San Francisco School Board Recall Election, Assembly ContestElection officials in San Francisco are reminding residents that the registration deadline is approaching for the February 15 special election, where three Board of Education members face a potential recall.
San Francisco Supervisor Seeks To Limit 'Monster Homes' In Some NeighborhoodsSan Francisco Supervisor Rafael Mandelman on Tuesday proposed legislation that would curb the construction of luxury "monster homes" in select residential neighborhoods.
Questions Raised After Suspect In Dozens Of Hate Crimes On SF Asian Businesses Found To Be Out Of CustodyQuestions are being raised after a man accused of being involved in more than half of the hate crimes committed against the API community last year was allowed to be out of custody despite the number of charges against him.
'We Need To Turn Things Around' – 2021 San Francisco Crime Statistics Show Sharp Rise In Gun ViolenceOn Wednesday, Mayor London Breed and Police Chief Bill Scott revealed the final crime statistics from 2021, which included a sharp jump in gun violence.
San Francisco Supervisors Advance Resolution Apologizing To Chinese Community Over Past AtrocitiesA San Francisco Board of Supervisors committee on Wednesday has advanced a resolution offering a formal apology to Chinese immigrants and their descendants over past atrocities.
COVID: San Francisco's Moscone Center Welcome Back Convention AttendeesMore than 11,000 people are in San Francisco this week for the Photonics West 2022 conference at the Moscone Center, back after an extended pandemic-related hiatus.
Police Arrest Suspect in Tenderloin Stabbing IncidentPolice arrested a 56-year-old man suspected of stabbing another man in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood on Tuesday morning.
Victim In 'Brutal' Chinatown Attack Sues San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin Amid Shocking Jump In Anti-Asian Hate CrimesAs authorities report skyrocketing hate crimes against  Asian Americans in San Francisco, one victim has sued District Attorney Chesa Boudin and the city, claiming more needs to be done to stop the attacks.
Menlo Park Leaders May Seek Quiet Zone For Trains Amid Noise ComplaintsThe city of Menlo Park is trying to find a way to silence the dozens of trains that blare their horns as they travel up and down the Peninsula every day.