'We're Very Excited' - San Francisco Restaurants Reopen For Indoor Dining At 25% CapacityRestaurants across San Francisco were able to open for indoor dining for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic on Wednesday, a highly-anticipated moment in the city's reopening process.
Russian Hacker Who Targeted Bay Area Tech Companies Sentenced To Over 7 Years In PrisonA Russian man convicted of stealing 117 million LinkedIn passwords in 2012 in addition to hacking into two other Bay Area tech companies has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison, authorities confirmed on Wednesday.
Feds Allege San Francisco Drug Dealer Sold Fentanyl That Resulted In Fatal OverdoseThe Department of Justice announced charges Wednesday against an alleged San Francisco Tenderloin District drug dealer for selling fentanyl that resulted in two overdoses, with one victim dying from the substance.
Reopenings: San Francisco Archbishop To Continue Battle With State Over Indoor Worship Limits; 'God Bless Mayor Breed'While saying he was finally at peace with San Francisco Mayor London Breed, outspoken Catholic Archbishop Salvatore Joseph Cordileone pledged Thursday to continue his battle with state officials over crowd limitations placed on indoor worship services designed to stem the spread of COVID-19.
3 Injured In Separate Stabbings In San Francisco SoMa, Portola NeighborhoodsPolice in San Francisco are investigating two separate stabbings that injured three people Tuesday.
San Francisco Bay Bridge Approach Reopened After Man Walking On Freeway Stops TrafficA person apparently having a mental health crisis forced the California Highway Patrol to temporarily block all traffic approaching the Bay Bridge from San Francisco Wednesday, authorities said.
West Nile Virus Detected in Dead Bird In San Mateo CountySan Mateo County's Mosquito and Vector Control District detected West Nile virus in a dead bird this week, the first case in the county since 2018.
San Francisco Supes Introduce Anti-Shakedown-Donations LegislationDuring Tuesday's San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisor Matt Haney introduced legislation that would eliminate what he calls “shakedown donations” -- when a city department leader solicits donations from people seeking contracts or land use permits.
California's Prop 21 Would Let Cities Expand Rent ControlCalifornians will vote on whether to let cities expand rent control as the state grapples with soaring housing costs and a dire need for more home construction.
San Francisco Rents Continued Steep Pandemic Nosedive In SeptemberThe steady drop in San Francisco monthly rents triggered by the economic chaos triggered by COVID pandemic in mid-March continued in the month of September, according to a survey released Wednesday by apartmentlist.com.
Uber, Lyft Look to Kill California Law on App-Based DriversCalifornians are being asked to decide if Uber, Lyft and other app-based drivers should remain independent contractors or be eligible for the benefits that come with being company employees.
Reopening: Indoor Dining At 25 Percent Capacity Can Resume In San FranciscoSan Francisco became the first Bay Area county to move to the state’s orange tier Tuesday, meaning restaurants and other indoor businesses can reopen with restrictions.
San Francisco Mayor Breed Announces Extension Of Commercial Eviction MoratoriumMayor London Breed on Tuesday authorized a 60-day extension of San Francisco's commercial eviction moratorium during the coronavirus pandemic, pushing the expiration date from September 30 to November 30.
San Mateo County Supes Approve $5M Increase For COVID-19 TestingSan Mateo County's Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved up to $5 million for increased COVID-19 testing.
California Academy Of Sciences Announces October ReopeningThe California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park announced plans to reopen in mid-October for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic struck.