San Francisco Man Sentenced To Over 16 Years In Prison For Fentanyl DistributionA 43-year-old San Francisco man was sentenced on Friday in federal court to 200 months in prison for conspiring to distribute fentanyl, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Thousands of Abortion Opponents Rally in San FranciscoThousands of people who want to outlaw abortion marched across downtown San Francisco on Saturday in the 16th annual Walk for Life.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed Endorses Mike Bloomberg In Democratic PrimaryMayor London Breed of San Francisco made a surprise endorsement in the 2020 Democratic Primary, backing former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Police Shoot Suspect In Foster City After Officer StabbedA 38-year-old man was shot by police after stabbing an officer during the serving of a search warrant in Foster City on Wednesday evening, according to police.
BART Set To Approve Canopies For Downtown San Francisco EntrancesBART stations in Downtown San Francisco could be getting a mini-makeover, as the agency considers putting canopies over its station entrances on Market Street.
CDC Announces 1st US Case Of Wuhan Coronavirus In Washington StateThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced the first case of Wuhan Coronavirus in the United States, amid a rising number of cases and increased screenings for passengers arriving at San Francisco International Airport.
CHP, Police Break Up Santa Rosa Sideshows; 4 ArrestedFour people were arrested Sunday night following at least three sideshow demonstrations that blocked intersections in Santa Rosa, according to authorities.
Former San Francisco DA, Supervisor Terence Hallinan Dies At 83Terence Hallinan, a former criminal defense lawyer who went on to become a San Francisco supervisor and then the San Francisco District Attorney died on Friday at the age of 83.
Homeless Advocates Hail Police Commission Decision To Scale Back SweepsAdvocates for the homeless say a decision approved by the San Francisco Police Commission on Wednesday to scale back the number of police officers who respond to calls about homeless people will help advance the goals of a new campaign they launched this week.
San Francisco Expands Areas Facing Vacant Storefront Fines If Voters ApproveThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to create a dozen new neighborhood commercial districts, which would be affected if voters approve fines on vacant storefronts.
Jose Inez Garcia Zarate Ordered To Face Competency Test In Gun CaseJose Inez Garcia Zarate ordered by a U.S. judge Wednesday to participate in a psychological evaluation to determine whether he is competent to stand trial on federal gun charges.
San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer Not Running For Re-ElectionAfter much speculation, San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer has decided against running for re-election later this year.
Supervisor Dean Preston Plans To Shake Up Housing Policy In San FranciscoJust when you thought San Francisco couldn't lean any further to the left politically, voters elected Dean Preston, a democratic socialist, to the Board of Supervisors.
Fewer San Francisco Police May Respond To Homeless Calls As Resolution PassesFewer San Francisco police may be responding to calls about the homeless following the passing of a resolution Wednesday evening by the city's police commission.
150-Foot Ferris Wheel For Golden Gate Park Celebration Gets Final ApprovalA 150-foot Ferris wheel set to be constructed in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park as part of the parks 150th anniversary celebration in April received final approval Wednesday night.