San Francisco Police Identify Teenage Jane Doe In 1976 Cold-Case HomicidePolice in San Francisco announced Thursday evening that the department's Homicide Cold Case Unit and the SFPD Missing Persons Unit have identified the previously unknown 14-year-old female victim in a 1976 cold case homicide.
Overheated Battery At Mountain View Robotics Company Prompts Hazmat IncidentFive people were hospitalized Thursday after a hazardous materials response to a robotics company in Mountain View, fire department officials said.
Massive San Francisco Fencing Operation Busted; More Than $2.5 Million In Stolen Loot RecoveredA massive fencing operation, including a chop shop to dismantle stolen electronic equipment, has been busted in San Francisco and more than $2 million of stolen loot recovered, officials announced Thursday.
Former SFO Customs Agent Sentenced For Secret Sex RecordingsA former U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agent who worked at San Francisco International Airport will spend one year in jail for secretly video recording himself having sex with a woman, prosecutors said.
San Carlos Parking Spot Dispute Ends With Assault And Hit-And-Run ChargesA 70-year-old San Carlos man has been arrested on felony assault and hit-and-run charges following a confrontation over an El Camino Real parking spot, authorities announced Thursday.
Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Nets Delayed Two YearsConstruction of a suicide prevention net at San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge is two years behind schedule because of problems with the lead contractor, officials said.
SamTrans Bus Hit, Kills Pedestrian In Redwood City; Section Of El Camino Real ClosedA SamTrans bus hit and killed a pedestrian along El Camino Real in Redwood City Thursday morning, according to the transit agency.
Vice President Biden In San Francisco For Fundraising EventFormer Vice President and current presidential candidate Joe Biden will be attending a fundraising event in San Francisco on Thursday for his campaign.
Angry Residents Complain About San Francisco's Response To Weekend FloodingAngry residents of San Francisco's West Portal neighborhood vetted their simmering frustrations Wednesday night over the city's response to runoff from a potent weekend storm that flooded their streets and damaged their garages and basements.
World's First All-Electric Fire Engine Unveiled By Menlo Park Fire DistrictThe Menlo Park Fire Protection District fire chief showed off the world's first all-electric fire engine Wednesday evening and announced plans to add one to the department's fleet by the end of 2021.
BART Reporting 20-Minute Delays Systemwide Due To Equipment Issues, RainBART is reporting 20-minute delays systemwide Wednesday afternoon because of wet weather combined with trackway equipment problems near the Daly City station.
YouTube Cracks Down On Racist, Sexist And Similar InsultsYouTube is taking another step to curb hateful and violent speech on its site.
No Questions Asked - San Francisco Gun Buyback Event Set For SaturdayA gun buyback event happening Saturday in San Francisco will provide an opportunity for anyone looking to turn in their weapons in exchange for money -- no questions asked.
San Francisco Police Making Strides To Diversify Department, Recruit More WomenNew numbers released by the San Francisco Police Department on Tuesday showed the department is making strides in its effort to recruit more women and create a more diverse department.
San Francisco Says Businesses Must Get Permits To Test Tech In PublicTired of San Francisco streets being used as a testing ground for the latest delivery technology and transportation apps, city leaders are now requiring businesses to get permits before trying out new high-tech ideas in public.