SF Corruption Probe: Recology Agrees To $100 Million Settlement, Refunds For Trash, Recycling OverchargesRecology San Francisco, the city's waste and recycling contractor, will lower rates and reimburse customers for overcharges in a $100 million lawsuit settlement with the city attorney's office.
San Francisco Breaks Ground on Affordable Housing for 96 Homeless Residents in SoMaSan Francisco city leaders on Thursday celebrated the groundbreaking of a future affordable housing complex in the city's South of Market neighborhood that is set to provide housing for 96 people exiting homelessness.
Shooting In San Francisco Mission District Leaves Victim With Life-Threatening InjuriesPolice in San Francisco are investigating a shooting early Thursday morning in the city's Mission District that left a 31-year-old man with critical injuries.
Explosive Device, Arsenal Found In Home Of Man Who Allegedly Shot At Repo Man In San FranciscoAn apartment building was evacuated after police discovered an arsenal of firearms, ammunition and an explosive device inside the home of a San Francisco man suspected of shooting at a tow truck driver repossessing his car.
KPIX 5 Reporter Robbed At Gunpoint While Covering Car Break-Ins At San Francisco's Twin PeaksA KPIX 5 reporter investigating a series of auto break-ins around Twin Peaks in San Francisco was robbed of his camera at gunpoint Wednesday.
COVID: Swollen Lymph Nodes After Vaccination Could Lead To False Alarm On Breast Cancer Tests, UCSF Doctors SayIn a growing number of women, a COVID-19 vaccine is causing some to think they may have breast cancer. But top doctors in the Bay Area say it may actually be a side effect of the shot.
COVID: San Francisco Bar, Restaurant Owners Cautiously Optimistic About Move To Red TierWith San Francisco returning to the state's Red Tier Wednesday, the city's service industry has more flexibility and many business owners are feeling more confident.
San Francisco Teachers Turned Away From COVID-19 Vaccinations Over Lack Of Access CodesSan Francisco teachers hoping to get a COVID-19 vaccine shot at the city's Moscone Center mass vaccination site were turned away Tuesday because they had not been provided an access code to receive a dose.
UPDATE: Ferris Wheel to Stay in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park Through 2025Officials with the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced Wednesday that the SkyStar Wheel will be allowed to stay in Golden Gate Park until 2025.
COVID: San Francisco Restaurants, Museums Ready For Indoor Red Tier ReopeningWith three more Bay Area counties moving into the Red Tier Wednesday, many local businesses are moving ahead with plans to welcome people back indoors.
Man Found Shot Dead In Unincorporated Redwood CitySan Mateo County Sheriff's deputies responding to reports of gunfire late Tuesday night discovered the body of a man who had been fatally shot.
Elderly Woman Seriously Injured In San Francisco Pedestrian Hit-And-RunAn elderly woman was hospitalized Wednesday with life-threatening injuries after a hit-and-run pedestrian collision in San Francisco's Outer Mission neighborhood.
Suspect Arrested In San Francisco Tenderloin Shooting That Wounded 5A 48-year-old San Francisco man has been arrested in connection with a June shooting that injured five people in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood.
VIDEO: Attempted Blowtorch Burglary In San Francisco's Marina; 'They Are Kicking Us When We Are Down'A would-be thief tried to break into an optical store by using a blowtorch in San Francisco.
COVID Reopening: SF Restaurants Get Set For Indoor Dining Under Red TierUnder the Red Tier, San Francisco restaurants can offer indoor dining for the first time since September starting Wednesday, March 3.