Reopening Setback: San Francisco Delays June 29 Openings Of Salons, Museums Over Rising COVID-19 CasesMayor London Breed announced the reopening of certain businesses set for Monday, June 29th will be delayed amid concerns about the rising numbers of coronavirus infections.
Zuckerberg Gives In To Pressure, Announces Facebook Crackdown On Hate SpeechFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Friday that the social media giant will begin banning ads that scapegoat ethnic groups and minorities in addition to labeling potentially "harmful" posts from public figures following an advertising boycott campaign.
Rescheduled 2020 Bay To Breakers Race Canceled For Virtual Event Due To COVID-19The 2020 running of the Bay to Breakers, which had already been rescheduled to September due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has been canceled.
Yes In God's Back Yard: State Senate Approves Allowing Affordable Housing On Church LotsA bill that would spur the development of affordable housing on church parking lots and property owned by houses of worship has passed the State Senate.
Kanye West To Bring Yeezy Brand To Gap Except For SneakersKanye West is bringing his Yeezy brand to San Francisco-based Gap.
Reopening: San Francisco Bar Reopening For Outside Seating DelayedSan Francisco bar owners, who have been struggling financially with their doors shuttered by COVID-19 restrictions, had the green light they were given to reopen service on patio areas and outside tables taken away Friday after Mayor London Breed delayed all planned June 29 reopenings.
SFPUC Set To Replace Crucial Sewer Main Along EmbarcaderoSan Francisco's Public Utilities Commission will begin replacing a critical sewer main in the city's Financial District on Monday, SFPUC said.
Vitas Sued For Allegedly Requiring Sales Reps To Visit Bay Area Care Homes Amid COVID-19A sales representative for the hospice and palliative care firm Vitas claims in a lawsuit that the company has endangered both its own employees and the staff and residents of Bay Area nursing homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Reopening: Overseas Flights Returning To San Francisco International AirportAfter months of being nearly a ghost town, the travel pace was picking up at San Francisco International Airport Friday as flights for foreign destinations were restarting after their COVID-19 slumber.
Daly City Woman Dies During Grand Canyon HikeThe death of a Bay Area woman while hiking into the Grand Canyon apparently was heat related, Grand Canyon National Park officials said Friday.
NASA Releases Unique Look At COVID-19 Impacts On San Francisco Bay AreaA coalition of the world's top space agencies have launched a unique dashboard to show the impact of COVID-19 from images captured by their satellites including views of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Reopening: San Francisco Zoo Officials Prepare For Reopening; Online Reservations RequiredSan Francisco Zoo officials are gearing up to reopen on Wednesday with new safety precautions in place after three and one-half months of closure due to COVID-19.
Pride 2020 Sees Increasing Parallels, Connection Between LGBTQ And Black Lives MatterPride 2020 is taking place as many are marching in the street demanding justice for Black lives. For some who are both Black and LGBTQ, these two movements intersect and take on an extraordinary significance.
Illegal Fireworks Spark 2-Acre Grass Fire in San Francisco Bayview DistrictCrews quickly doused a two-acre grass fire at India Basin Shoreline Park in San Francisco's Bayview District late Thursday afternoon.
Santa Clara Co. Lands On State's Watchlist After Spike In COVID-19 HospitalizationsSanta Clara County has been slower to reopen than other Bay Area counties but it just landed on the state's watchlist after an alarming spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations.