Grand Princess Passengers On SF-Mexico Cruise File Class-Action Lawsuit Over CoronavirusPassengers who sailed from the Bay Area to Mexico earlier this year on the cruise ship Grand Princess have filed a class-action lawsuit, alleging they were negligently exposed to the coronavirus.
Man Dies After Being Rescued From Surf At Ocean BeachA man died following a surf rescue Thursday evening at Ocean Beach in San Francisco, National Park Service officials said. 
Thousands Of San Francisco City Workers Redeployed During COVID-19 EmergencySome 3,000 San Francisco city employees are getting re-assigned to completely different jobs to help fill needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coyote Captured In Stunning Photo Taken At Golden Gate Bridge OverlookA Bay Area man Thursday morning took a remarkable photo of a coyote not in its natural habitat: standing on the stone wall at the Golden Gate Bridge turnout with the span in the background.
Saints QB Brees Apologizes For Criticism Of Colin Kaepernick Anthem ProtestsDrew Brees apologized Thursday for comments that were “insensitive and completely missed the mark” when he repeated his opposition to former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling during the national anthem in 2016 to protest police brutality toward people of color.
UPDATE: Bay Area Counties, Cities Rescind Dusk-To-Dawn Curfews; Some City Curfews RemainOfficials allowed dusk-to-dawn curfew orders to expire in most Bay Area cities Thursday, as well as countywide curfews in Alameda, Contra Costa, and San Mateo Counties as law enforcement agencies report declines in the number of acts of looting, violence and arrests.
San Mateo County Revises Shelter Order To Allow Outdoor Dining, Charter Boats, Limited Funeral AttendanceSan Mateo County Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow on Thursday announced a revised shelter-in-place order allowing outdoor dining and charter boat operations and amending funeral attendance restrictions.
VIDEO: U.S. Coast Guard Rescues Man From Marshall's Beach In San FranciscoA man reported missing along the San Francisco coastline was found stranded on a beach and rescued by a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter Wednesday night.
Officials Launch Presidio Slow Streets Program; Traffic Prohibited On Select StreetsSeveral streets in San Francisco's Presidio will close to vehicle traffic starting this weekend, adding to other streets elsewhere in the city that have been closed in order to allow pedestrians room to practice social distancing during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
San Francisco Supervisor Calls For Hearing On COVID-19 Impact On Homeless After Glen Park SlayingA San Francisco supervisor has called for a hearing on how the COVID-19 pandemic has addressed the city's response to the behavioral health needs of the homeless following the killing of a 94-year-old Glen Park resident Leo Hainzl by a homeless man last week.
San Francisco Water Dept. Workers Seeking Greater Protections Against COVID-19 Workers with the San Francisco Water Department are calling on Mayor London Breed to provide increased safety protections for them in accordance with the city's coronavirus safety standards.