Former San Mateo Police Officer Found Guilty Of Raping 5 Women While On DutyFormer San Mateo police officer Noah White Winchester was facing the possibility of life in state prison after a jury found him guilty of raping five women over the course of two years while on duty.
El Rio, Popular LGBTQ Bar In San Francisco, To Be Preserved Through City Hall ProgramA popular bar in San Francisco has been acquired through the city's Small Sites Program, ensuring that the space and the apartments located above it will stay permanently affordable.
2 Flights Forced To Make Emergency Landings At San Francisco Int'l AirportTwo flights out of San Francisco International Airport needed to return to the runway Wednesday evening for emergency landings.
Bay Area Residents Facing Frustrations With PG&E Power ShutdownThe planned PG&E shutdown for Northern California is underway, but customer problems retrieving information online and a delay to the second round of shutoffs is leading to frustration over the process.
Deputies, Inmates Hospitalized After Fentanyl Exposure At SF County JailNine San Francisco sheriff's deputies and five jail inmates were hospitalized Tuesday after being exposed to fentanyl, according to sheriff's officials.
San Francisco Supes Approve Law Requiring EV Charging Stations In Parking Lots, GaragesSan Francisco supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved legislation to require some city parking lots and garages to provide charging stations for electric vehicles.
San Bruno Police: Man Forced Woman Into Restroom In Sexual Battery CaseA 38-year-old man was arrested after forcing a female victim into a bathroom and groping her against her will at a business in San Bruno, police said.
Notorious San Francisco Gang Members Sent To Prison For Murdering Alleged PimpThree members of San Francisco's notorious Central Divisadero Players gang have been sentenced to more than 20 years in prison for the murder of an alleged pimp and racketeering in the city's Western Addition neighborhood.
Corporate Rentals Move Into San Francisco’s Rent Controlled BuildingsIt’s an $18 billion industry in the United States and San Francisco is at the center of it. Short-term rental laws that were designed to preserve the city’s existing housing stock back in 2015 spurred growth for yet another tech disruptor.
Power Restored Following San Francisco Outage In Dogpatch, Potrero Hill, SoMa, Mission BayAn estimated 2,000 customers lost power in San Francisco Monday afternoon following an outage, according to Pacific Gas and Electric.
3 Injured As Fire Burns 2 Homes In San Francisco Excelsior District; 2 Cats KilledThree people were rescued after being injured in a two-alarm fire that burned two homes in San Francisco's Excelsior District Monday morning.
Disaster Drill Held As Part Of San Francisco's Fleet Week Kickoff EventsFleet Week 2019 is officially underway in San Francisco, with events planned around the City all week long.
Emergency Landing: Passengers From San Francisco Suffer Scare On Flight To AmsterdamArt and Ben Friedman and their fellow passengers on an United Airlines San Francisco to Amsterdam flight got quite a scare early Monday morning.
Police Activity Briefly Closes Powell St. BART Station, Causing Major DelaysThere is a major delay on BART Sunday evening as police activity has closed the Powell Street station, BART officials said.
1 Dead, 2 Hurt In Vehicle Collision Near Hunters Point ShorelineOne person was killed and two others injured in a two-vehicle collision Sunday afternoon near the Hunters Point Shoreline, San Francisco police said.