Fewer San Francisco Police May Respond To Homeless Calls As Resolution PassesFewer San Francisco police may be responding to calls about the homeless following the passing of a resolution Wednesday evening by the city's police commission.
San Francisco On Track To Provide 1K New Shelter Beds By Year's End, Mayor SaysA new SAFE Navigation Center in San Francisco's Upper Market Area announced Wednesday will help Mayor London Breed accomplish her goal of opening 1,000 new shelter beds by the end of 2020.
Bay Area Braces For Heavy Rain, High Winds From Approaching StormBay Area residents on Wednesday were bracing for heavy rain and gusty winds expected to move into the area Thursday morning, according to weather models.
California Supreme Court Justice Ming Chin To Retire After 25 YearsCalifornia Supreme Court Justice Ming Chin announced Wednesday that he plans to retire on Aug. 31 after nearly 25 years on the panel.
Does The Naked Body Belong On Facebook? It's ComplicatedIn 1964, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart declined to define what constitutes obscenity but famously added, “I know it when I see it.” In the 21st century, does Facebook?
San Francisco School Board Approves Plan To Develop Affordable Teacher HousingTeachers in San Francisco could eventually get housing provided by the city after the San Francisco Unified School District's Board of Education on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution to approve affordable educator housing.
Modern San Francisco Fertility Clinic Aims To Reinvent Women's Health CareKindbody is a modern, full-service women's health and fertility clinic on Sutter Street in San Francisco that wants to reinvent the experience, making gynecological care and fertility treatments more affordable and accessible.
SF Officials Propose Converting Building Into Affordable Housing For Low-Income SeniorsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Rafael Mandelman on Tuesday announced city officials are in negotiations to purchase a Market Street building to be converted into affordable housing.
Bay Area Startup Says Russian Military Unit Is Hacking Ukrainian Gas CompanyA Russian military unit has conducted sustained cyberattacks against the Ukrainian gas company at the center of the Trump impeachment, according to Area 1 Security, based in Redwood City.
Fire Burns At South San Francisco Recycling CenterA fire at a recycling center in South San Francisco went to a second alarm before firefighters were able to get it under control.
Police Find Fentanyl, Meth, Stolen Goods In Car With Couple In San BrunoA transient woman and a Sacramento man were arrested early Tuesday morning after police found them sitting inside a car with suspected narcotics in plain view.
Gas Shut Off After Line Ruptured On Harrison Street; Evacuations CancelledThe rupture of an 8-inch gas line by a construction crew on the 1500 block of Harrison Street in San Francisco led to evacuations in the area for about a half an hour, according to the San Francisco Fire Department.
Juveniles Arrested In San Francisco Cell Phone Robberies Four juveniles were in custody Tuesday in connection with at least three cell phone strong-arm robberies on the streets of San Francisco, authorities said.
AG Becerra Joins Legal Battle Over San Mateo Condo Project, Affordable Housing LawAttorney General Xavier Becerra's office announced Tuesday that it will intervene in a battle over a proposed condo complex on the Peninsula.
Woman On Scooter Seriously Injured After Crashing Into Cement Mixer In San FranciscoA 69-year-old woman riding an electric scooter suffered life-threatening injuries when she struck a cement mixer along San Francisco's waterfront on Monday afternoon.