City College Of San Francisco Names New Permanent Chancellor After 18 Month SearchCity College of San Francisco officials said on Wednesday the college has selected a new permanent chancellor following a nationwide search that lasted more than a year.
San Francisco Officials Seek Feedback on Future of Golden Gate Park's Car-Free JFK DriveAs San Francisco plans to make updates to the car-free route along Golden Gate Park's John F. Kennedy Drive, city officials said on Wednesday they're seeking input from city residents on these plans.
Posey, Bryant Lead Giants Past Padres, Increase NL West Lead To 2 GamesKris Bryant hit a bases-clearing double, Buster Posey had four hits and scored three times, and reliever Camilo Doval got San Francisco out of a big jam as the Giants beat the free-falling San Diego Padres 8-6 Wednesday night to take a two-game lead in the NL West.
Millbrae Resident Sleeping In Bed Robbed In Home InvasionA homeowner was the victim of a home invasion robbery in Millbrae while the homeowner was asleep in bed, police said.
BART Official Warn of Climate Change Bringing Higher Tides, Threatening Some Stations in FutureBART officials on Wednesday said climate change and sea level rise will pose a growing threat to the transit system in the coming decades.
San Francisco Announces New Anti-Retail Theft InitiativeSan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Wednesday unveiled details of a new initiative to curb crime at retail stores in the city.
Peninsula Students Launch Job App for High SchoolersWith the touch of a button, high schoolers can now locate dozens of employment opportunities in the Bay Area, and it's all thanks to the work of two teenage entrepreneurs from San Mateo County.
Suspect Arrested After Repeatedly Running Over Woman In Millbrae Parking LotA 23-year-old man has been arrested after investigators say he intentionally ran over a woman several times outside of a Starbucks store in Millbrae.
COVID: San Francisco International Airport Implements Vaccination Requirement For All WorkersNearly 50,000 workers at San Francisco International Airport must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to new rules announced by city officials on Tuesday.
Man Charged With Attempted Murder After Woman Repeatedly Ran Over By SUV At Millbrae StarbucksA man faces an attempted murder charge after deputies said he repeatedly struck a woman with his SUV in a Starbucks parking lot in Millbrae early Monday morning.
Caltrans To Close Central Freeway Ramp Between Highways 80, 101 for Repairs Caltrans officials reminded travelers early this week of the weekend closure of San Francisco's Central Freeway ramp connecting westbound Interstate Highway 80 and northbound U.S. Highway 101.
Pelosi Tells House Democrats to Prepare for "Adjustments" to $3.5 Trillion Spending PlanHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi told her Democratic colleagues on Monday that they should brace for "adjustments" to the $3.5 trillion social spending package to fit the Senate's constraints for the budget process lawmakers are using to fast-track the legislation through Congress.
Muni Seeks Input From Riders As Agency Seeks To Restore Service To Pre-Pandemic LevelsSan Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency officials on Monday said they're seeking input from residents as they move forward with plans to restore transit service to pre-pandemic levels sometime in early 2022.
Scaled-Down Dreamforce Marks Major Step In San Francisco's COVID Economic ReboundNormally one of the largest tech conferences in the world, the annual Dreamforce gathering begins Tuesday in San Francisco as a scaled-down version of the behemoth it was in its bustling pre-COVID pandemic days.
San Francisco Mission Bay Sidewalks Sinking But City Won't Fix 'Private Property'Just a few blocks away from San Francisco's tilting Millennium Tower something else is sinking. KPIX 5 was the first to report on the problem a year ago and it's only getting worse. But it’s not a building that’s sinking, it's the sidewalk.