Historic Photos: Remembering The 1906 San Francisco Great EarthquakeThe fire hydrant on the corner of 20th and Church streets in San Francisco was painted gold and flowers were laid over it on Sunday, a reminder of the day 115 years ago that a 7.8-to-8.0 magnitude earthquake rocked the city causing widespread death and destruction.
Man Arrested Following Pursuit, Multiple Hit-&-Run Crashes In San BrunoPolice in San Bruno arrested a man for evading officers, possession of a stolen vehicle and multiple hit-and-run crashes following a pursuit last week.
San Francisco Supervisor Joins Calls For Emergency Funding At City College Amid Looming LayoffsStudents enrolled in the English as a Second Language department at City College of San Francisco -- one of several departments facing massive cuts this fall -- is getting support from a San Francisco supervisor.
Giants’ Pitcher Cueto Goes On 10-Day Injured List With Lat StrainSan Francisco Giants right-hander Johnny Cueto has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a strained lat muscle.
San Francisco Muni K Ingleside Train Service To Resume May 15City officials in San Francisco announced Friday that the train service on Muni's K Ingleside line would resume next month on May 15.
Man Falsely Claiming To Be A Cop Steals Daly City Victim's VehicleAfter allegedly claiming to be a police officer and a military officer, a suspect stole a car in Daly City last week.
Slow Recovery Prompts Businesses to Rethink Their Future in Downtown San FranciscoFor small businesses in downtown San Francisco which rely on a high volume of office workers, the post-pandemic economic forecast is as cloudy as a Sunset District summer.
Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Redwood City Police In 2018 Shooting Of Kyle HartThe wife of a man killed by a Redwood City police officer in 2018 after her husband attempted suicide filed a wrongful death lawsuit on Tuesday.
Unique Bilingual Newspaper Focuses on Bay Area Chinese AmericansA longtime journalist who got laid off from a newspaper during the early weeks of the pandemic has started the only bilingual paper of its kind in California.
COVID Reopening: South San Francisco Unified Schools Set To Welcome Back Elementary StudentsSouth San Francisco Unified School District will be bringing students in transitional kindergarten through fifth grade back to campus starting Monday for in-person instruction and academic support.
San Francisco Corruption Scandal: 2nd Recology Exec Charged With Bribery, Money LaunderingA second former executive at waste and recycling company Recology has been charged with bribery in connection with a city hall corruption scandal that has ensnared former Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru and other city officials.
Caltrain Halting San Francisco Service For Next 2 Weekends To Replace Rail BridgeCaltrain will not operate service to the two stations at the end of its line in San Francisco on the next two weekends because of the replacement of a rail bridge.
Calls For Justice As Suspects In Asian American Attacks Appear In San Francisco Court - 'We Are Watching'Suspects in two attacks against elderly Asians in San Francisco made court appearances Wednesday morning at the Hall of Justice. The cases also drew a crowd outside the courthouse.
Bill To Decriminalize Psychedelic Drugs Passes Senate Health CommitteeA bill authored by San Francisco State Senator Scott Wiener aimed at decriminalizing psychedelic drugs on Wednesday passed the Senate Health Committee by a vote of 6-1, according to Wiener's office.
FBI: San Francisco Childcare Employee Accused of Making Child Porn at WorkFederal authorities in San Francisco on Wednesday announced that childcare worker in the city has been charged with possession of child pornography that appears to have been made at his place of employment.