El Rio, Popular LGBTQ Bar In San Francisco, To Be Preserved Through City Hall ProgramA popular bar in San Francisco has been acquired through the city's Small Sites Program, ensuring that the space and the apartments located above it will stay permanently affordable.
Landlord, City Settle Lawsuit Over Illegal Housing In Excelsior LaundromatCity Attorney Dennis Herrera has reached a $620,000 settlement in a civil suit against a property owner and master tenant associated with substandard housing found in the basement of an Excelsior District laundromat.
San Francisco Sues Landlord Over Illegal 'Dungeon' Housing In BasementThe city discovered the unsafe conditions in the building on Christmas Day last year, when the fire department responded to a non-fire emergency call.
Muni's $2.4 Million Mission Transformation Saves 2 Minutes, Costs Shopkeepers MoreSan Francisco’s plan for Muni in the Mission District promised to speed up commutes, but the time saved has come at a startling cost: a million dollars a minute.
58 Residents Displaced By 5-Alarm Mission Street Fire That Burned 6 Buildings In SFA huge fire that burned at least 6 buildings at the edge of SF's Mission District below Bernal Heights displaced 58 people, according to fire officials.
Drivers On Mission Street Flout The Law San Francisco drivers seem to be ignoring new configurations on Mission Street.
Busy Stretch Of San Francisco Mission Street Getting MakeoverChanges are underway along busy Mission Street in San Francisco to make it less congested.
Hit-And-Run Suspect Causes Rollover Crash On SF's Mission StreetPolice arrested a hit-and-run driver who crashed and caused another car to flip over in San Francisco.
San Francisco's Cartoon Art Museum To Close In June; Searching For New Home After Rent IncreaseSan Francisco's only museum devoted to comics, cartoons and animation is closing its doors at the end of June, but not forever.
Popular Jewish Deli In San Francisco Struggles After Mission Fire; Gets Help From Food CommunityThe four-alarm fire that devastated a three-story building in San Francisco's Mission District has had a big impact on dozens of small businesses. Among those hit hard, is one of city's best known delis.
2 San Francisco Pedestrians Struck And Injured By Cars In Separate Incidents; Woman Is Critically InjuredTwo people were injured Thursday morning in separate vehicle versus pedestrian collisions in San Francisco.
1 Dead, 6 Hurt, Dozens Displaced In 4-Alarm Fire At Apartment Complex In SF's Mission DistrictSan Francisco firefighters battled a four-alarm fire at an apartment complex in the Mission District Wednesday evening that took almost eight hours to contain leaving one man dead and six others injured, including one firefighter.
SFPD Re-Drawing District Lines To Reflect Population Shifts, Reduce Response TimesThe once a decade process has begun in San Francisco to redraw the lines of the city's 10 district police stations with a shift to the south for population explosions in SoMa and Mission Bay expected.
Aunt Pleads Not Guilty In Death Of Her Niece On San Francisco Streets, As Family Tries To Raise Funds For Her Funeral25-year-old Lorysha Gage pleaded not guilty to felony child endangerment charges, as her family prepares for the funeral of 2-year-old niece Mi’Yana Gregory.
3 Arrested After Weekend Shooting, Barricade Standoff In San Francisco's South Of MarketThree men were arrested after allegedly firing a gun across a street in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood and then barricading themselves in a nearby building for hours Saturday night, according to a police spokesman.