COVID Contact Tracers Using Texts, Calls, Visits To Reach More People In SFContact tracers at the San Francisco Department of Public Health are adjusting their strategy to match the rising caseloads, making phone calls and in-person visits to text messages.
Warriors Sign Top Pick Wiseman and 2nd-Rounder MannionThe Golden State Warriors signed top draft pick James Wiseman, the team's No. 2 overall selection out of Memphis along with rookie guard Nico Mannion.
Better Together: South City Seniors Facility Builds Outdoor Living Room for Family VisitsThe Aegis Living home for seniors in South San Francisco has come up with a way to safely bring families together this Thanksgiving: an outdoor living room.
San Francisco Launches 'We Will Recover' Program to Promote Pandemic-Coping StrategiesAs COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the city and the state, San Francisco city officials last week launched the "We Will Recover" campaign as the holiday season gets underway.
Big Waves Pounding The Coast; 'Stay Off Rocks And Coastal Jetties'With 18-to-24 foot waves crashing along the northwest facing beaches along the coast early Thursday, forecasters warned San Francisco Bay Area holiday beachgoers to "stay off rocks and coastal jetties."
COVID: UCSF, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Plan For Early Distribution Of Pfizer VaccineThe Bay Area could be weeks away from receiving the first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, with two hospitals saying they are set to obtain doses.
Golden State’s Klay Thompson Undergoes Achilles SurgeryThe Golden State Warriors announced Wednesday that star forward Klay Thompson underwent surgery for his right Achilles tendon that morning.
COVID: Local Counties Moving to Shut Down Hotels for Homeless ProgramSan Francisco, Alameda and other California counties are moving forward on plans to wind down a program that's moved homeless people into hotel rooms amid the coronavirus pandemic.
San Francisco Supervisor Unveils Safety Plan In Response To In Bayview-Hunters Point ViolenceSan Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton on Tuesday unveiled the District 10 Community Safety Plan -- a plan to address a recent spate of shootings and homicides in the area, which includes neighborhoods like the Bayview District and Hunters Point.
Thieves Steal Over 100 Tricycles From San Francisco Firefighters Toy ProgramA thief or thieves broke into the San Francisco Firefighters Toy Program Tuesday afternoon and stole over 100 tricycles or trikes, just days before they were to be distributed to needy children.
State Officials Delay Start Of Commercial Dungeness Crab SeasonThe Christmas holiday tradition of serving Dungeness crab may be on hold this year as state officials have delayed the start of the commercial fishing season until at least mid-December.
Police Arrest 2 Men Suspected In Mail Box Thefts At San Carlos Apartment ComplexTwo men were arrested after a detective saw them allegedly breaking into mail boxes at an apartment complex in San Carlos early Tuesday morning.
COVID-19 Economy: SF's Iconic Flower Mart Tries New Strategies To Survive The PandemicThe Flower Mart reopened just before Mother's Day, but they're doing about 30 percent of their usual business.
SFPD: Victim of Officer-Involved Shooting a Suspected Arsonist, Refused To Drop KnifeSan Francisco Police revealed Tuesday that the man officers shot on Market Street last week reportedly committed arson before the shooting and refused to drop a large knife he was wielding while confronting police.
Prosecutors: Over 35,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Names Of Prison Convicts, Including Death Row Inmates Scott Peterson And Cary StaynerA California prosecutor says someone has filed an unemployment claim in the name of convicted murderer Scott Peterson.