Oracle OpenWorld Opts Out Of High-Priced San Francisco; Massive Convention Heads To VegasIn a major hit to San Francisco's hospitality industry, one of its largest annual conventions is leaving the City by the Bay and headed to Sin City.
Hayes Valley ‘Open Street’ Project Now Permanently Closed To Cars, Open To BikesOctavia between Linden and Hayes streets will now permanently provide open pedestrian space on both sides surrounding the Patricia's Green park and remain closed to cars.
San Francisco Acupuncturist Pleads Guilty To Health Care FraudA 46-year-old San Francisco man pleaded guilty Friday to health care fraud and making false statements relating to health care matters, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Storm Drenches San Francisco Neighborhoods Damaging Several HomesIn San Francisco's West Portal neighborhood, torrential rains overwhelmed intersections, and waist-deep floodwaters poured into homes.
Suspect, Officer Hospitalized After Shooting in SF Mission DistrictA San Francisco police officer and a burglary suspect were hospitalized Saturday with unspecified injuries following an assault that escalated into a shooting.
Two Hurt by Falling Tree in SF Presidio HeightsTwo people were hospitalized Saturday afternoon after a large tree fell on them in San Francisco's Presidio Heights neighborhood, fire officials said.
Man Who Died In Fall From Cliff At Lands End IdentifiedA man who died in a fall from a cliff at San Francisco's Lands End on Wednesday has been identified by the city's medical examiner's office as 42-year-old Jeffrey Rash.
Man Dies After Falling 200 Feet Down Cliff At San Francisco's Lands EndA man died after he fell 200 feet down a cliff at San Francisco's Lands End on Wednesday, fire officials said.
20 More Victims File Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against LyftA group of 20 more sexual assault victims came forward Wednesday to file a lawsuit against ride-hailing app company Lyft.
MLB Investigates Alleged Domestic Violence By Former Giants Pitcher Sam DysonFree agent pitcher Sam Dyson has been accused of domestic violence and is being investigated by Major League Baseball.
Embarcadero Homeless Navigation Center Opponents Lose Again In CourtOpponents of a new navigation center for the homeless along San Francisco's Embarcadero have lost again in court.
USF Student Accused Of Sending Threatening Messages To Students IdentifiedOfficers arrested a 19-year-old University of San Francisco student on Sunday after the student allegedly sent threatening messages to two other students, police said.
Civilian Aid Worker From San Francisco Killed In Afghanistan AttackSecretary of State Mike Pompeo says a civilian aid worker from San Francisco was killed in a weekend attack on a U.N. vehicle in Afghanistan.
Protesters Slam Recall Effort Against San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee FewerSupporters held a rally near San Francisco City Hall on Monday, backing Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, who's facing a recall challenge.
Suspect Arrested After Threatening To 'Blow Up Or Shoot Up' SFSU LibraryA suspect who threatened to "blow up or shoot up" a campus library at San Francisco State University was arrested Monday afternoon, according to university police.