SFMTA Board Latest To Approve Caltrain Ballot Measure Before Friday DeadlineThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's Board of Directors unanimously approved putting an eighth-cent sales tax on the November ballot to fund Caltrain during a special meeting Wednesday morning.
San Mateo County Court Announces Cuts, Layoffs Due To COVID-19 PandemicOfficials with the San Mateo County Superior Court announced on Wednesday employee furloughs, layoffs and service reductions, in response to the coronavirus pandemic and cuts in the new state budget.
In-Custody Death At San Francisco County Jail Under InvestigationOfficials with the San Francisco Sheriff's Office has confirmed that the death of a male subject in custody early Wednesday morning is being investigated, though the death does not appear suspicious.
San Bruno: Coroner IDs Human Remains Found In Yellow Construction Bag As Vallejo ManThe coroner has identified human remains found in a yellow construction bag on the side of the road last month, according to the San Bruno Police Department.
SF Extends Business Registration, Licensing Fee Deadlines Until March 2021 Due To COVID-19As thousands of San Francisco businesses remain closed due to COVID-19 and with future reopening dates still in limbo, city officials on Tuesday announced extended deadlines and fee deferrals for business owners.
Former Google, Uber Engineer Gets 18 Months For Stealing SecretsA former engineer at Google and Uber pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing confidential information from Google’s self-driving car program and received an 18-month prison sentence.
Virgin Atlantic Files For U.S. Bankruptcy ProtectionVirgin Atlantic, the airline founded by British businessman Richard Branson, filed Tuesday for relief from creditors as the virus pandemic hammers the airline industry.
San Mateo, Santa Cruz Counties Impose Fines For COVID-19 Health Order Violations, Including MasksEffective immediately, residents and businesses that do not comply with state COVID-19 health orders in San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties are subject to fines after lawmakers voted unanimously in favor emergency ordinances, Tuesday afternoon.
Navy SEALs Cut Ties with Museum Over Colin Kaepernick VideoThe commander of the Navy SEALs said Monday he plans to suspend its support of the National Navy SEAL Museum after videos surfaced online of dogs attacking a man wearing a Colin Kaepernick jersey during a demonstration.
San Mateo Robbery Suspect Arrested After Dropped Wallet Leads Police To His HomePolice officers in San Mateo quickly arrested a suspect in connection with a violent street robbery last Friday after the suspect dropped his wallet at the scene of the crime, authorities said.
Man, Dog Die in Crash on Connector Ramp Between Hwys 101, 380A man and his dog died Tuesday morning after his pickup truck crashed off of a connector ramp between U.S. Highway 101 and Interstate Highway 380 in South San Francisco.
Alaska Airlines Warns Hundreds Of Bay Area Employees Of Possible LayoffsAlaska Airlines is warning it may have to lay off thousands of employees, including hundreds in the Bay Area, as air travel has plummeted during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Reopenings: Outdoor Dining Campaign Launched To Help Struggling San Francisco Chinatown RestaurantsThe streets of San Francisco's Chinatown, normally teeming with tourists and local residents on a typical afternoon, have been relatively empty for months during the COVID-19 outbreak and current surge of new cases.
Caltrain Traffic Halted After Fatal Pedestrian Accident In Redwood CityCaltrain travel into San Francisco was halted Tuesday morning after a pedestrian on the tracks was fatally struck by a commuter train.
SF Shooting Leaves 17-Year-Old In Critical ConditionA teenage boy is fighting for his life after being shot Monday evening in San Francisco's Visitacion Valley neighborhood.