Questions Arise Surrounding Beating Death Of San Francisco 94-Year-OldThe murder of a 94-year-old man in San Francisco's Glen Park neighborhood and the subsequent arrest of a homeless man has neighbors questioning whether the city should have moved more quickly to compel the suspect to get treatment.
Several Washington Square Park Trees To Be Trimmed After Fallen Branch Injured 5San Francisco Recreation and Park Department officials on Wednesday announced several trees at Washington Square Park in North Beach will be trimmed to prevent any further incidents a day after five people were injured by a falling branch.
SWAT Team Arrests San Mateo County Domestic Violence SuspectSWAT officers arrested Anthony Gonzalez at his home on multiple felony charges stemming from a domestic violence incident in San Mateo, authorities announced Wednesday.
Confirmation Hearing Begins On PG&E's Plan For Exiting BankruptcyA multi-day confirmation hearing on PG&E's financial plan for emerging from its Chapter 11 bankruptcy began in federal bankruptcy court in San Francisco Wednesday.
2-Year-Old Hospitalized, 4 Others Injured After Tree Limb Falls In San Francisco's Washington Square ParkA large tree limb fell in North Beach's Washington Square Park in San Francisco early Tuesday evening, leaving five people -- including a two-year-old child who was taken to an area hospital -- with minor injuries, authorities said..
Justice Dept. Ends Probe Into Stock Trading By Sens. Feinstein, Loeffler, Inhofe Weeks Before PandemicThe Justice Department has closed investigations into stock trading by Sens. Dianne Feinstein of California, Kelly Loeffler of Georgia and Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma.
Santa Rosa Homeowner Goes On DIY Remodeling Spree During Shelter In PlaceA lot of people are looking for ways to occupy their time during the shelter in place. At one home in Santa Rosa, what started as a small painting project became so much more.
San Francisco Crab Fishing Fleet Takes Huge Hit From Destructive Pier 45 FireThe massive weekend fire that tore through a warehouse at Pier 45 in Fisherman's Wharf devastated many of the businesses that provide San Francisco with its seafood.
Coronavirus: Some SF Businesses Going Outside To City Sidewalks, Streets, ParksSome San Francisco businesses will be allowed to operate on city sidewalks, streets or parks thanks to a new program being launched by the city's COVID-19 Economic Recovery Task Force.
SF Supe Presses City To Hire Service Officer To Oversee Needs Of City’s Veterans During PandemicA San Francisco supervisor wants the city to hire a new county veterans service officer, tasked with overseeing the needs of the city's veterans, many of whom have been negatively impacted by the coronavirus.
Flare-Ups Challenge Crews In Wake Of Massive Fisherman's Wharf Warehouse BlazeFirefighters continued to pour hundreds of gallons of water Tuesday on three hot spots amid the the wreckage left behind by a Fisherman's Wharf 4-alarm inferno that ravaged a portion of San Francisco's Pier 45 and dealt a serious financial blow to the local commercial crab fleet.
Elderly Man Dies After Attack In San Francisco; Suspect ArrestedA 94-year-old man died of his injuries following an attack in the Glen Park area of San Francisco and a suspect was arrested, police said.
Bay Area Ministers Urge African-American Worshipers To 'Shelter In Grace' Despite Green Light To ReopenGovernor Gavin Newsom has given the green light for places of worship to reopen, with some modifications. But not all churches are ready for worshipers to return.
Proper Social Distancing Of Memorial Day Crowds At SF Beaches, Parks A Matter Of PerspectiveThe view of Ocean Beach from the Cliff House provided an example of social distancing, as large swaths of sand were evident between groups of people sitting on the beach. Still, the view was alarming for some.
SF Protest Urges Facebook To Protect Public From Political Lies, Hate, DisinformationProtesters will project messages onto Facebook's San Francisco building Tuesday night to urge the company's shareholders to be sure the public is protected from hate, lies, and disinformation in the coming political season.