Pelosi Says Trump’s Ukraine Actions Amount To ‘Bribery’House Democrats are refining part of their impeachment case against the president to a simple allegation: Bribery.
San Francisco Residents To Rally Against Evictions Of Aging Local Actor, Popular CafeNeighbors in North Beach are rallying to oppose two-high profile evictions, one of an aging local celebrity and the other of a popular corner cafe.
San Francisco Homicides May Fall To Lowest Level In 17 Years, Police SaySan Francisco homicides may drop this year to their lowest level in 17 years, according to new numbers released by the Police Department Wednesday.
Questions Surround Kapler's Handling Of Sexual Assault Allegations Against Dodgers PlayersThe San Francisco Giants introduced new manager Gabe Kapler Wednesday, but some were questioning his past handling of sexual assault allegations when he was working for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Interim San Francisco DA Suzy Loftus To Stay In Office Through Early JanuaryFollowing the win of District Attorney-elect Chesa Boudin in last week's election, Mayor London Breed on Wednesday unveiled a plan to transition Boudin into office sometime early next year.
Giants Introduce Gabe Kapler As New Manager Replacing Bruce BochyThe Giants introduced their new manager at a new conference Wednesday afternoon but, instead of baseball, the talk immediately went to a controversy regarding domestic violence at a previous team.
Facebook Says It Removed 3.2 Billion Fake Accounts In 6 MonthsFacebook says it removed 3.2 billion fake accounts from its service from April to September, up slightly from 3 billion in the previous six months.
Jeffrey Tumlin Selected As New SFMTA Director Of TransportationJeffrey Tumlin has been selected as the new San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority director of transportation, Mayor London Breed announced Wednesday.
Emotional San Francisco International Ceremony For Korean War Vet's RemainsWith a bagpipe version of "Amazing Grace' playing over a loud speaker and airport workers standing at attention Wednesday morning, the remains Army Sgt. 1st Class Phillip C. Mendoza -- who was killed in the Korean War and had been reported missing for decades -- were returned to the United States.
Actor Who's Lived In San Francisco For Decades Evicted From North Beach ApartmentAn 86-year old film actor and entertainer, a well-known character in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood, is being forced to leave his home through an Ellis Act eviction.
San Francisco Leaders Rally With Chinatown Residents Following Violent AttackSan Francisco city leaders joined dozens of Chinatown residents late Tuesday afternoon for a rally in the wake of a violent attack that injured three elderly men.