COVID: San Francisco's No Vax Exemption Policy Could Keep Warriors' Wiggins Off CourtThe San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) made it clear this week: if you want to attend or participate in a large indoor event, you need to be vaccinated; no exemptions.
Traffic Expected in SF from Weekend Closure of Westbound I-80 Connector to Northbound Hwy 101The planned weekend closure by Caltrans of San Francisco's Central Freeway ramp connecting westbound Interstate Highway 80 and northbound U.S. Highway 101 is expected to impact freeway traffic coming into the city.
Court Ends Dispute Between San Francisco Neighbors Over TreeA three-year court dispute over a towering Monterey Pine in San Francisco's wealthiest neighborhood ended this week after a judge ruled the tree must go.
Deputies Arrest 20-Year-Old Man Who Strangled Woman at Millbrae HotelSan Mateo County Sheriff's deputies arrested a 20-year-old Pacifica man at a Millbrae hotel Thursday after he allegedly strangled a woman until she lost consciousness, authorities said.
UPDATE: Early Morning Crash Shuts Down Lanes On San Francisco-Oakland Bay BridgeA multi-vehicle crash on westbound 80 near Yerba Buena Island early Friday shut down two lanes on the Bay Bridge, slowing the commute into San Francisco into a crawl and backing up traffic through the MacArthur Maze beyond Ashby Ave., authorities said.
COVID: Bay Area Officials Make Plans for COVID Booster RolloutKPIX 5 recently spoke with three Bay Area public health experts to find out how the region is getting ready to distribute COVID vaccine booster shots.
San Mateo City Council Makes Permanent Changes to B Street As some cities begin to reopen streets and in turn, eliminate outdoor dining parklets, one city on the peninsula plans to keep cars off of a downtown street for good.
Millbrae Man Arrested After Reportedly Attacking His Son With Golf ClubDetectives from the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday arrested a 49-year-old Millbrae man suspected of assaulting his 18-year-old son with a golf club the week before.
Redwood City Man Accused Of Sexual Assaulting Children In 1980s, 90sPolice in Redwood City on Wednesday arrested a man wanted in the sexual assaults of two children decades ago.
City College Of San Francisco Names New Permanent Chancellor After 18 Month SearchCity College of San Francisco officials said on Wednesday the college has selected a new permanent chancellor following a nationwide search that lasted more than a year.
San Francisco Officials Seek Feedback on Future of Golden Gate Park's Car-Free JFK DriveAs San Francisco plans to make updates to the car-free route along Golden Gate Park's John F. Kennedy Drive, city officials said on Wednesday they're seeking input from city residents on these plans.
Posey, Bryant Lead Giants Past Padres, Increase NL West Lead To 2 GamesKris Bryant hit a bases-clearing double, Buster Posey had four hits and scored three times, and reliever Camilo Doval got San Francisco out of a big jam as the Giants beat the free-falling San Diego Padres 8-6 Wednesday night to take a two-game lead in the NL West.
Millbrae Resident Sleeping In Bed Robbed In Home InvasionA homeowner was the victim of a home invasion robbery in Millbrae while the homeowner was asleep in bed, police said.
BART Official Warn of Climate Change Bringing Higher Tides, Threatening Some Stations in FutureBART officials on Wednesday said climate change and sea level rise will pose a growing threat to the transit system in the coming decades.
San Francisco Announces New Anti-Retail Theft InitiativeSan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Wednesday unveiled details of a new initiative to curb crime at retail stores in the city.