COVID: As San Francisco Slowly Reopens Progress Lags in Latino CommunityAs infection numbers drop and San Francisco moves into the yellow tier of reopening, the Latino community continues to be concerned.
Civic Center BART Station Reopens In San Francisco After Robbery And Shooting InvestigationBART's Civic Center station in San Francisco was closed for over an hour Thursday afternoon due to an SFPD robbery and shooting investigation that impacted train service in the city, authorities said.
Gap Inc. To Shutter 350 Stores by 2024, Leave Shopping MallsGap Inc. announced this week that the company plans to leave the nation's shopping malls.
San Francisco Nurses Sue Department Of Public Health Over Understaffing, Unpaid OTNurses employed by the city of San Francisco on Thursday announced they've filed a lawsuit against the city's Department of Public Health, accusing the department of violating federal labor laws.
Gilead's Remdesivir Becomes First FDA-Approved Drug For COVID-19 TreatmentThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday gave the green light to remdesivir as the first approved treatment for patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
Brisbane Arson Suspect Sought After Witness Takes Photos, Puts Out FirePolice are looking for a man who set fire to some brush in Brisbane and then fled but not before a witness was able to take pictures of the suspect.
San Mateo County History Museum, Other Sites Reopen After Pandemic ClosureThe San Mateo County History Museum, the Woodside Store and the Sanchez Adobe reopened on Tuesday after being closed for most of the year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Human Remains Discovered Near San Bruno MountainThe San Mateo Sheriff’s Office requested the public’s help Wednesday with an investigation after human remains were found near San Bruno Mountain.
San Carlos $20 Million SuperLotto Winner Had The Right FormulaAnthony Li faithfully has played the same numbers in every SuperLotto drawing over the last two years. He says the numbers have a special meaning to him. They also have forever changed his future.
San Mateo County Adds Extra $2 Million To Fund For Immigrant COVID ReliefSan Mateo County’s Board of Supervisors on Tuesday allocated an additional $2 million to the county’s Immigrant Relief Fund, which provides financial assistance to immigrants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
VIDEO: Dramatic Early Morning Water Rescue In San Francisco's PresidioSan Francisco fire rescue swimmers, braving rocks and pounding surf, pulled a trapped man to safety early Wednesday morning in the waters off the Presidio in a dramatic rescue captured on video.
San Francisco's Lowell High School Officially Switches To 2021 Lottery AdmissionsCiting changes forced on San Francisco schools by the COVID-19 outbreak, the San Francisco Board of Education announced Wednesday that admissions to Lowell High School for the 2021 academic year will be determined by a lottery and not the traditional merit selection system.
Severe Drought Conditions Grip Northern California; Red Flag Fire Warning, Power Outages Set To Begin With a new round of Red Flag Warnings and power outages less than 24 hours away, San Francisco Bay Area residents were once again Wednesday wrestling with the impact of months without a measurable rainfall that have transformed green hillsides into tinder-dry fuels for fire.
CAREN Act: San Francisco Supervisors Approve Ban On Racist Calls To 911The San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved legislation Tuesday banning false, racially-biased calls to 911.
San Francisco Approves Creation Of K-12 Black Studies Curriculum By 2022/23The history, culture and contributions of African Americans will be taught to every K-12 student in San Francisco public schools by 2022-2023, according to a resolution passed Tuesday.