Uber Safety Study Reveals Over 3,000 Reports Of Sexual Assault In 2018Uber released its highly-anticipated safety report on Thursday that revealed, among other details, that it received over 3,000 reports of sexual assault in 2018.
Nutcracker-Inspired San Francisco Ballet Class Brings New Hope To Parkinson's PatientsA new class of dancers is inspired by Tchaikovsky's music from the holiday classic "Nutcracker." But, instead of defeating the Mouse King, they are fighting against a serious degenerative neurological condition.
San Francisco Opera Names Eun Sun Kim As First Female Music DirectorThe San Francisco Opera has named conductor Eun Sun Kim its new music director, ushering the first woman into the job in the company's history.
Teen Suspects Arrested In San Francisco North Beach Strong-Arm RobberyAn Oakland 18-year-old and a San Francisco 17-year-old have been arrested for the strong-armed robbery of a woman in the city's North Beach neighborhood, authorities announced Thursday.
Former Assemblyman Pleads Guilty In Fraud Scheme Involving BART Coffee ShopsA former California state assemblyman pleaded guilty to money laundering after falsely leading investors to fund the building of Peet's Coffee shops at San Francisco BART stations, the U.S. Department of Justice said Thursday. 
Man Who Died In Fall From Cliff At Lands End IdentifiedA man who died in a fall from a cliff at San Francisco's Lands End on Wednesday has been identified by the city's medical examiner's office as 42-year-old Jeffrey Rash.
Activists Take Over San Francisco Mayor's Office Seeking Affordable Senior HousingMore than 100 demonstrators, many of them senior citizens, crowded into Mayor London Breed’s office Wednesday, saying they wouldn’t leave until she agreed to meet with them.
SF Man Picks Jail Over Returning To Treatment Program That Kicked Him Out Over CookieA man kicked out of a drug treatment program for taking a cookie without asking chose to serve six months in county jail rather than return to the program, the San Francisco Public Defender's Office said. 
Man Dies After Falling 200 Feet Down Cliff At San Francisco's Lands EndA man died after he fell 200 feet down a cliff at San Francisco's Lands End on Wednesday, fire officials said. 
DA Drops Gun Conviction For Garcia-Zarate In Lieu Of Federal ChargesA judge on Wednesday agreed to discharge a state gun conviction from two years ago for Jose Ines Garcia-Zarate -- the man who held the pistol that killed Kate Steinle as she walked on The Embarcadero back in 2015.
20 More Victims File Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against LyftA group of 20 more sexual assault victims came forward Wednesday to file a lawsuit against ride-hailing app company Lyft.
San Francisco To Silence Emergency Warning Sirens For System UpgradeSan Francisco's Outdoor Public Warning System, which sounds off during a weekly test every Tuesday at noon, will be going on a two-year hiatus, the city's Department of Emergency Management said.
San Bruno Declares Local Emergency As Storms Cause Large Landslide Near SidewalkThe city of San Bruno has declared a local emergency due to a large landslide caused by recent storms, city officials said Tuesday evening.
Sidewalks In San Francisco's Tenderloin To Get Pressure Washed Weekly In New ProgramSidewalks in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood will be cleaner thanks to a new program that aims to pressure wash about 30 square blocks of the neighborhood each week.
Conservation Activists File Petition With EPA Over Plastic Plant Pollution StandardsMembers of several community and environmental organizations announced Tuesday they're calling on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to adopt stricter air pollution standards for industrial plants that create plastic.