Oakland Police Identify 'Person Of Interest' In Chinatown AttacksInvestigators believe they have identified a person of interest in three brutal assaults that occurred in the Oakland's Chinatown last Sunday.
Oakland Chinatown On Edge Over Violent Attacks Ahead Of Lunar New Year CelebrationsThe week before Chinese Lunar new year is supposed to be the busiest time of the year for businesses in Oakland Chinatown. But fear of violence has kept a lot of people from shopping there. Many business owners said because of the spike in crime, they now close their stores a couple of hours early.
Woman Shot In The Head With Flare Gun in Oakland’s ChinatownPolice arrested a suspect in the shooting of a woman in the head with a flare gun Tuesday afternoon in Oakland's Chinatown.
COVID Businesses: San Francisco Chinatown's Far East Cafe In Danger Of Closing After 100 YearsAlready hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, a landmark restaurant in San Francisco's Chinatown could close its doors after a century.
COVID Crisis: Struggling SF Chinatown Businesses Ask Mayor Breed for ReliefSan Francisco’s Chinatown small businesses have been hit extremely hard during this pandemic and they’re asking the mayor for help.
SFPD Arrests East Bay Man For Filming Underage Dancers, Attempting To Meet Child For Lewd ActPolice in San Francisco have arrested a 45-year-old East Bay man who allegedly filmed underage members of a dance group, sent inappropriate messages to them and tried to meet one of the members to engage in a lewd act.
COVID Purple Tier: Fear, Prejudice Contribute to Pandemic Slump in San Francisco ChinatownSan Francisco's Chinatown is fighting for its economic life as fear of the pandemic is causing longtime local businesses to fail.
Affordable Housing Advocates Question Safety Of San Francisco SROs Amid COVID-19 CrisisIt’s one of the oldest forms of affordable housing in San Francisco, SROs, short for single room occupancy hotels. Now, the very people who fought to preserve this housing of last resort are calling it dangerous. 
Update: Fire Crews Battle 5-Alarm Blaze in Oakland’s ChinatownFirefighters battled a smoky, four-alarm fire burning among the restaurants and markets in a densely-populated neighborhood in Oakland's Chinatown district Wednesday morning.
San Francisco Chinatown Business Woes Deepen as Pandemic PersistsWith the drop in tourism and anti-China rhetoric from national politicians, San Francisco’s Chinatown has been one of the areas especially hard-hit in the pandemic.
Reopenings: Outdoor Dining Campaign Launched To Help Struggling San Francisco Chinatown RestaurantsThe streets of San Francisco's Chinatown, normally teeming with tourists and local residents on a typical afternoon, have been relatively empty for months during the COVID-19 outbreak and current surge of new cases.
Chinese Hospital Test, Track & Trace Program Stops COVID-19 Outbreak At Chinatown SROA new COVID-19 testing and tracking program is underway to prevent outbreaks in one of San Francisco's most vulnerable communities. 
Student Lands Cut-Rate San Francisco Hotel Room After Campus Closed Down Because Of COVID-19Jesse Hernandez Jr. headed down the hall to his temporary home, a hotel room at the Hilton near San Francisco's Chinatown.
San Francisco's Central Subway Sees Completion Date Pushed Back To End Of 2020The proposed completion date for construction on San Francisco's Central Subway extension into Chinatown has been pushed back yet again by the city's transit officials.
Chinese Hospital Helped Prevent COVID-19 Outbreaks In San Francisco's ChinatownOne of San Francisco's most densely populated neighborhoods -- considered a high risk for the spread of COVID-19 -- managed to stay ahead of the curve with the over a century-old Chinese Hospital leading the way.