Coronavirus Update: Golden Gate National Recreation Area Closes Parking LotsGolden Gate National Recreation Area announced Thursday that it will scale back services outside of visitor and resource protection in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Caltrain Reduces Weekday Service, Baby Bullet SuspendedCaltrain announced Thursday that it will reduce its weekday train service by more than half starting next week amid sharp ridership losses due to the novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: SFMTA To Shut Down Muni Metro, Switch To All Bus ServiceThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has announced that it will temporarily replace all Muni Metro and light rail service with buses starting on Monday, March 30, due to changes in ridership from the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.
3 Suspects Arrested During San Francisco, Alameda Raids Related To Mission District HomicideThree suspects were in custody Thursday in connection with the murder of a 26-year-old man last week in San Francisco's Mission District.
Coronavirus Update: San Mateo County Reports 30 New Cases; 3rd Most In Bay AreaHealth officials in San Mateo County reported 30 new cases of the novel coronavirus Thursday, bringing the total number of cases in the county to 195, the second highest in the Bay Area.
Coronavirus Pandemic: San Francisco Officials Report 43 New Cases, Second DeathWith more testing San Francisco health officials announced Thursday their number of cases had jumped by 43 and there has been a second death.
1 Person Injured In Early Morning San Francisco Tenderloin Building FireOne person was injured early Thursday when a fire broke out inside a Tenderloin apartment building, authorities said.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Laguna Honda Hospital Locked Down After 5 Staffers Test PositiveFive staff members of San Francisco's Laguna Honda have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, prompting hospital officials to place the facility on lockdown beginning Wednesday evening.
Coronavirus Update: 2nd SFPD Officer, Work Partner Of SVU Sergeant, Tests PositiveA second San Francisco police officer assigned to the Special Victims Unit has tested positive for coronavirus, SFPD said Wednesday. The individual was the partner of the first officer who was confirmed infected on Tuesday.
Organizers Accused Of Planning 'Rogue Event' Dispute SF City Attorney's AllegationsA San Francisco party promoter accused by City Attorney Dennis Herrera of organizing an illegal event amid the city's COVID-19 shelter-in-place order said Wednesday he canceled the event days ago and called the situation a misunderstanding.
San Francisco Mayor Renews Plea For State, Federal Help For Anticipated COVID-19 SurgeIn the wake of one death and 178 cases of the novel coronavirus in San Francisco as of Wednesday, city leaders are calling for more federal and state funding ahead of an anticipated surge of cases.
San Francisco Man Says 80s AIDS Crisis Feels Far Different From Coronavirus PandemicThe Bay Area has become one of the hot spots for the coronavirus, but it’s not the first time doctors here have faced a menacing outbreak. One man who lived through the AIDS outbreak in the 80s says both crises feel quite different.
Coronavirus California Update: Newsom Announces Mortgage Payment Relief, Increased Unemployment FundsGov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday hailed an agreement on a $2 trillion emergency package aimed at blunting the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, in addition to announcing a pause for Californians facing mortgage payments or foreclosures.
Coronavirus Pandemic: State Opens Coronavirus Treatment Operations At Seton Medical CenterPreparing for a surge of coronavirus patients, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday that state operations have begun at Seton Medical Center.
Coronavirus Pandemic: 4 New Coronavirus Cases Among San Francisco Sheriff's StaffThree San Francisco Sheriff's deputies and a cadet have all tested positive for COVID-19 as the virus continued to infect the department's personnel.