San Francisco Leaders Celebrate Completing 1st Phase Of Geary Boulevard Safety UpgradesSan Francisco city leaders on Wednesday announced the completion of the first phase of the Geary Rapid Project, a series of safety and transit improvements along Geary Boulevard and involving several neighborhoods.
Plans To Create Permanent Homeless Housing at SF Japantown Hotel Face PushbackA San Francisco effort to get more homeless off the street is facing a funding deadline, and a lot of resistance in the city's Japantown neighborhood.
Lockdown-Violating Underground Gatherings Investigated Over Recent Spate of San Jose ShootingsA violent week in San Jose led police to uncover underground gatherings that violate state and county public health orders amid the pandemic.
Leaders Urge Replacement Of Cherry Blossom Trees Vandalized In San FranciscoA week after cherry blossom trees in San Francisco's Japantown were found vandalized, Supervisor Dean Preston and leaders from the city's Japanese community on Tuesday called for the trees to be replaced.
San Francisco Police Investigate Vandalism Of Japantown Cherry Trees; Hundreds Donate To GoFundMe Campaign To Repair DamageSan Francisco police were investigating a vandalism case after cherry blossom trees in the city's Japantown neighborhood were destroyed.
One Injured In Fire At Senior Housing Complex Near San Francisco's JapantownOne person was injured Saturday night in a fire that was contained to the sixth floor of a senior housing complex at 1880 Pine St. near Japantown, a fire department spokesperson said.
Coronavirus Outbreak: 67 Cases Of COVID-19 At Assisted Living Facility In San FranciscoSan Francisco Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax on Monday confirmed 67 cases of the coronavirus at a private assisted living facility in the city's Western Addition neighborhood.
San Francisco Firefighters Contain Early-Morning Blaze in JapantownThe cause of a fire early Sunday morning at a California Bank & Trust branch in Japantown is under investigation.
Officer, Suspect Hurt After Unmarked Police Car Slams Into Bus StopTwo people were reportedly injured, one in critically, after a police car allegedly jumped the curb and crashed into a bus stop.
S.F. Police Arrest Suspect in Japantown Dog Theft Caught on CameraOfficers have arrested a man accused of stealing a Golden Retriever earlier this month from outside a storefront in San Francisco's Japantown, police said Thursday.
Golden Retriever Stolen From San Francisco's Japantown Found SafeA golden retriever named Lily, stolen Sunday afternoon from a Japantown market, has been found safe near the Tenderloin late Sunday.
Caught on Camera: Family's Beloved Dog Stolen in S.F. JapantownA family is desperately searching for a beloved pet stolen on a San Francisco street while security cameras were rolling.
Tsugaru Joins Lengthening List of San Jose Japantown Business ClosuresAfter nearly 50 years in business, the restaurant Tsugaru will shutter and join a small but growing list of decades-old businesses that have shut down in the small, quaint Japantown area of San Jose.
San Jose Threatens Union Pacific With Lawsuit Over Noisy, Late-Night TrainsSan Jose is threatening to sue Union Pacific railroad over the train company's refusal to cut down on late night train activity in the Japantown neighborhood.
San Jose Residents Push Back Against Homeless Housing At Empty Supermarket LotA homeless housing proposal on an empty supermarket lot isn't sitting well with some people who live and work nearby, who fear it will increase crime, trash and drugs in the area