SFPD Search For Retired Law Enforcement Officer Missing Since FridayA retired law enforcement officer who has acknowledged he suffers from depression unexpectedly left his San Francisco home early Friday morning, and has not been seen since.
Trash-Talking Bay Area Cities Battle for Top Turnout on Coastal Cleanup DayThousands of Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose residents participated in the "Battle for the Bay," a friendly competition between the cities over which one could recruit the most volunteers to clean up trash Saturday.
SF Police Arrest Suspect Who Fled Scene of Fatal FightOne person died after a fight early Saturday in San Francisco and police chased down and arrested a suspect in the death, police said.
Hiroshima Survivor Trees Planted in Japanese Tea Garden at Golden Gate ParkTwo saplings, descendants of ginkgo biloba trees that survived the 1945 nuclear blast over Hiroshima, were planted Friday at the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park.
Santa Clara Teen Forced to Remove Hijab Before Boarding Air Canada Flight at SFOA 13-year-old Bay Area athlete traveling with her squash team says she was forced to remove her hijab in the jetway at SFO by an Air Canada agent.
Power Restored To All Customers After Massive San Francisco Power OutageA major power outage left more than 20,000 customers without power in a number of neighborhoods in San Francisco Friday morning and stopped Muni Metro service for about 90 minutes.
Rare François Langur Monkey Born At San Francisco ZooA rare monkey was born this month at San Francisco Zoo and Gardens, zoo officials announced Wednesday.
HUD Secretary Reportedly Ridicules Transgender People During San Francisco VisitThe nation's top housing official is catching some heat for comments he allegedly made about transgender people, while visiting San Francisco earlier this week.
Fire Breaks Out Near San Francisco Homeless Encampment, Tech Bus Parking LotA fire broke out between a homeless encampment and tech bus storage facility in San Francisco early Friday morning.
Repaired Runway Reopens at SFO Ahead of ScheduleRunway repairs at SFO have delayed and canceled thousands of flights leaving many travelers stranded. Thursday night the construction was finished a week ahead of schedule.
Owner of Shuttered S.F. Bar Blames Rampant Neighborhood Street CrimeAs Pres. Trump calls out San Francisco for its troubled streets, one native of the city says he's shutting down his bar due to rampant drug-dealing outside his door.