Coronavirus Update: Some Bay Area Residents Quickly Adopt Recommendation To Wear MasksAfter weeks of public health officials saying it was not necessary for people who weren't possibly sick to wear a mask, the new recommendation from doctors for everyone to cover their faces when in public was quickly adopted by many.
San Mateo County Fair Canceled For First Time Since WWII Over Coronavirus OutbreakThe San Mateo County Fair scheduled for June has been canceled as the San Mateo County Event Center is being used in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: SF Mayor Says Hotel Rooms Needed For Patient Surge, Not For Immediate Homeless ReliefSan Francisco Mayor London Breed Friday responded to demands from some of the city's supervisors that the city immediately move homeless people in shelters to the thousands of available hotel rooms in the city during the coronavirus pandemic.
PG&E Crews Repair Gas Leak In San Francisco's Mission DistrictPG&E crews have repaired a gas leak in San Francisco that shut down Harrison Street between 25th and 26th streets Friday.
Coronavirus Update: San Mateo County Reports 3 More Deaths, 33 More COVID-19 InfectionsThere have been three more coronavirus-related deaths in San Mateo County, health officials reported Friday; the 13 total deaths in the county are the second-most in the Bay Area.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Grand Princess Crew Member Dies From Coronavirus As the Grand Princess remained moored in San Francisco Bay Friday, a coalition of local community groups announced that among the 74 lives claimed regionally by the coronavirus was a crewmember from the Philippines.
SF Supervisors Say City Lags In Moving Homeless From Shelters to Hotel RoomsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed said putting homeless people in hotel rooms during the coronavirus crisis is not proving as easy as it may seem.
Coronavirus Healthcare: Seton Medical Center Nurses Plead For More PPEAcross the Bay Area, state and nation, the plea is the same from nurses and frontline healthcare workers: there is not enough personal protective equipment.
Coronavirus Pandemic: San Francisco Reports 53 New Coronavirus Cases; 1st In Homeless ShelterSan Francisco health officials announced Thursday 53 new coronavirus cases among local residences and the first among those living in the city's homeless shelters.
San Francisco Man Arrested In Series Of Arson FiresPolice and arson investigators in San Francisco have arrested a man believed to be responsible for a series of fires in the city following a months-long investigation.
Coronavirus Pandemic Cancels Annual '420 Hippie Hill' Cannabis Celebration In San FranciscoThe annual celebration of all things cannabis in San Francisco, the 420 Hippie Hill celebration in Golden Gate Park on April 20th, has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Pandemic: San Mateo County Officials Announce 75 New Positive Coronavirus TestsFollowing a pattern across the state, San Mateo County officials announced Thursday 75 new confirmed coronavirus cases among county residents.
Feds Seek Breakup Of Altria-Juul Deal On Antitrust GroundsU.S. business regulators are suing to break up the multibillion-dollar deal between tobacco giant Altria and San Francisco e-cigarette startup Juul Labs.
Arrest Made In Stabbing Near Trail In Half Moon BayA man was arrested Tuesday for a stabbing near the Naomi Partridge Trail in Half Moon Bay.
Desperate For Protective Equipment, Seton Medical Center Nurses Plan Thursday ProtestNurses at Seton Medical Center in Daly City are planning a protest at noon Thursday because they say they are critically low on personal protective equipment (PPE).