Endangered Mexican Gray Wolf Dies At San Francisco Zoo From Old AgeGarcia, the 15-year-old Mexican gray wolf that’s resided at the San Francisco Zoo since 2016, died Tuesday of old age.
Demand For Uber Jumps as Delivery Services Grow, Ride-Hailing ReturnsSan Francisco-based ride-sharing company Uber reported good news Wednesday, as it saw record growth in its first quarter thanks to growing food delivery work and recovery on its ride-sharing side.
UPDATE: Vacationing Bay Area Schoolmates Convicted In Slaying Of Italian Police Officer; Sentenced To Life In PrisonA jury convicted two San Francisco Bay Area friends Wednesday in the 2019 slaying of a police officer in a tragic unraveling of a small time drug deal gone bad, sentencing them to the maximum life in prison.
Drew Robinson Starts With SF Giants Triple-A Team A Year After Suicide AttemptOne year after he lost right eye from a suicide attempt, 29-year-outfielder Drew Robinson has recovered and will be playing professional baseball this Thursday.
UPDATE: Suspect Arrested In San Francisco Triple Shooting That Killed Oakland ManPolice arrested a suspect Tuesday in a shooting in San Francisco that killed a man and injured two other victims along Market Street last week.
Asian American Attacks: Victim's Grandson Speaks Out; Suspect Arrested After 2 Women Stabbed In San FranciscoPolice in San Francisco have arrested a man suspected of stabbing two Asian women in the city's Mid-Market area late Tuesday afternoon.
Update: San Francisco Airport Grand Hyatt Gunmen May Be Linked To Attempted CarjackingsTwo armed suspects, who opened fire on people gathered in the valet parking area of the San Francisco Airport Grand Hyatt, may also be connected to a failed carjacking around the time of the shooting, authorities revealed Wednesday.
Fate Of Vacationing San Francisco Bay Area Schoolmates In Hands Of Rome JuryA jury in Rome on Wednesday began deliberating the fates of two young American men who are charged with killing an Italian police officer near the hotel where they were staying while on summer vacation in 2019.
Asian American Attacks: Man Punching Father Pushing Stroller In SF's Mission Bay Caught On VideoSurveillance video captured an assailant punching an Asian man pushing a stroller in San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood.
COVID: San Francisco Business Leaders Brainstorm Ideas To Revive A Deserted ChinatownAt the start of the pandemic, there were empty storefronts and deserted streets in San Francisco’s Chinatown. A year later, it isn’t much better. Now business leaders are brainstorming on ways to bring people back.
COVID Housing: San Mateo Advocates Call For Extension Of Renter Protections Past JuneDozens of advocates and residents on Tuesday urged San Mateo County supervisors to extend renter protections after the statewide eviction moratorium expires at the end of June.
San Francisco Police Seek Suspect Who Lit Muni Bus Passenger's Hair on FirePolice in San Francisco on Tuesday asked for the public's help finding both the suspect and victim in a weekend incident where a woman's hair was set on fire on a Muni bus in the Tenderloin.
Woman Arrested In Redwood City Church ArsonA woman was arrested Tuesday as a suspect in an arson fire at a Redwood City church last week, authorities said Tuesday.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Officially Moves To Yellow TierSan Francisco on Tuesday became the first county in the Bay Area to return to the less restrictive COVID Yellow Tier, according to California health officials.
U.S. Postal Service Begins Selling 'Star Wars' Droid StampsThe U.S. Postal Service began selling Star Wars-themed stamps Tuesday -- May the Fourth -- to commemorate Disney's philanthropic programs and a nonprofit dedicated to expanding STEM learning for young people around the world.