San Francisco, Tourism Industry Offer Cash Rewards To Stop Auto Burglary Fencing OperationsSan Francisco is moving to stem a scourge of auto break-ins by joining with private businesses to offer cash rewards for information on the fencing operations moving the stolen goods.
San Francisco Mayor Defends Criticism After Video Catches Her Dancing Maskless at Night ClubMayor London Breed was doing damage control Friday after being caught on video dancing without a mask during a night out at a San Francisco club.
San Francisco Mayor: New Program's Financial Incentives Are Not 'Cash for Criminals'As calls for criminal justice reform turn from discussion to policy and action, a new program in San Francisco that could provide cash payments as an incentive for not committing crimes is bound to turn heads.
Mayor Breed Launching $12 Million Fund To Help Small Businesses Recover From PandemicSan Francisco is setting up a $12 million-fund to provide loans to small businesses in the city hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Francisco Outdoor Live Music Program Created During Pandemic May Become PermanentSan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Tuesday proposed legislation that would make permanent a temporary outdoor live music program that began during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID Vaccinations: San Francisco 1st Major U.S. City With 80% Eligible Residents Receiving DoseAhead of the state's official reopening on June 15, San Francisco has a reached milestone in COVID vaccine immunizations.
Pink Torch Procession From Oakland San Francisco’s Pink Triangle To Kick Off Pride MonthTo launch Pride Month, a pink torch will be run from Oakland across the Bay Bridge to the acre-sized pink triangle on San Francisco's Twin Peaks, which will be illuminated Tuesday night in an opening ceremony.
SF Unveils Guaranteed Income Pilot Program For Artists Disproportionately Affected By PandemicSan Francisco artists will begin receiving $1,000 a month in guaranteed income under a pilot program to support those disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor London Breed announced Thursday.
San Francisco Mayor, Police Chief, DA Condemn Fatal Assaults On Seniors; Vow To Address ViolenceSan Francisco Mayor London Breed, Police Chief Bill Scott and District Attorney Chesa Boudin on Tuesday denounced the recent rise in violent crimes in San Francisco, specifically the recent attacks on seniors that led to the deaths of 84-year-old Vicha Ratanapakdee and 76-year-old private investigator Jack Palladino.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed: COVID Vaccine Supply 'Inconsistent, Insufficient and Unpredictable'While San Francisco is ready to administer 10,000 COVID vaccines per day, Mayor London Breed on Tuesday said the city's supply from the state and federal government has been "inconsistent, insufficient and unpredictable."
'Hopeful and Inspiring;' California, Bay Area Leaders Hail Biden/Harris InaugurationHope and celebration were expressed by state and Bay Area elected leaders following the inauguration of now U.S. President Joseph Biden and Oakland native Vice President Kamala Harris Wednesday.
COVID Vaccines: San Francisco Vaccinations Well Under Way; Nearly Complete At Laguna Honda HospitalSan Francisco has begun its COVID vaccine rollout and was working to complete the vaccination of its most vulnerable group, the residents of Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center.
COVID Surge: San Franciscans Warned Another Holiday Surge Would Be 'Catastrophic'San Francisco's mayor and health director urged residents Tuesday to do whatever is necessary to avoid another post-holiday surge in COVID cases that would be "catastrophic."
Plan to Return San Francisco Students to Classrooms in January Nixed by School DistrictThe goal was to start reopening San Francisco schools on January 25 but, according to the district, it just can’t meet the latest round of demands from the teachers union.
COVID Schools: Mayor Breed Says Success Of Community Hubs Could Be Used To Reopen SF Public SchoolsMayor London Breed joined the city's Department of Children, Youth and Their Families on Thursday to celebrate the completion of the first semester in the city's Community Hubs.