Lawsuit: Top City Official Pressured SF Medical Examiner Administrator To Alter Adachi Autopsy ReportMore than a year since the death of San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi, the cause of death has now become the subject of a lawsuit that accuses a top city official of pressuring a Medical Examiner administrator to change the autopsy report.
Legendary Fillmore West Concert Venue Could Fall to Wrecking BallThe former site of the Fillmore West, where the San Francisco sound was cultivated by rock 'n' roll acts that went on to become legends, is slated to be demolished to make way for condos.
Anxious Paradise Evacuees Seek Return To Neighborhoods Destroyed In Camp FireOfficials are working on a plan to allow evacuees from the Camp Fire to visit their evacuated neighborhoods to see whether their homes are still standing.
Experts Warn GPS Vulnerable to Time-Tampering TerrorismSecurity experts warn that, using simple tools, hackers or terrorists could "warp" GPS-based time signals and thereby throw the global information and navigations system into chaos.
San Francisco Anti-Violence Community Worker Is Victim Of ShootingA man who spends his days helping to stop violence in San Francisco has become the victim of violence.
Youth Gather in Oakland to Remember Slain BART RiderFrank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland was a rallying point for young people who gathered Thursday evening to remember Nia Wilson, an 18-year-old woman stabbed to death July 22 at a BART station.
'I Made A Huge Mistake' - Man Regrets Racist Rant Over Neighbors' Latin Music On July 4thA Petaluma man has offered his apologies after he was caught on camera cursing his neighbors in a racist tirade over playing Spanish-language music on the Fourth of July.
Community Support For SF Boy's Cancer Diagnosis Turns Into Help For Other PatientsA San Francisco family stricken with the news of their son's cancer diagnosis have turned the outpouring of support for their child into help for other young cancer survivors.
S.F. Board of Supervisors' Vote Throws Police Commission Into ChaosA surprise vote at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday has rendered the San Francisco Police Commission inoperable for the next two months.
Security Camera Video Captures Armed Robbery In San FranciscoA doorbell security camera captured video and audio of a harrowing armed robbery of three people in San Francisco's Bernal Heights District, video so clear police believe it will lead to a quick arrest.
Bay Area Students Call for Change at Vigil for Florida Shooting VictimsAt a candlelight vigil at Tamalpais High in Mill Valley students said they hope the Florida shooting inspires their classmates to vote to force change in the nation's gun laws.
Runaway Dump Truck Rolls Down San Francisco Hill, Hitting Cars, Injuring 3A runaway dump truck plowed into a number of vehicles in San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood Tuesday, injuring at least three people.
Photo Of Barefoot Space Invader On SFO-Bound Flight Goes ViralA woman's humorous photo showing a major violation of airplane etiquette has gone viral.
Ramshackle SF 'Tear-Down' Listed for $7 MillionA hilltop San Francisco property, described as a "tear down" by the realtor, is on the market for a listing price of $7 million.
Vegan Products From SF Food Company Pulled From Target Shelves Over Disputed ClaimProducts from a San Francisco food retailer have been pulled off the shelves at Target stores over claims they may be contaminated, allegations the company disputes.