San Francisco Bay Area Residents Brace For Scorching Hot SundayA high pressure system edged toward the San Francisco Bay Area Saturday, carrying with it the promise of scorching temperatures, sweltering northeastern winds and an elevated threat of wildfires in the North Bay and the East Bay hills.
'They Can't Burn Us All' Anti-Racism Movement Heads To San Francisco What started as an idea between rapper China Mac and actor Will Lex Ham has now become a national movement called 'They Can't Burn Us All.'
Justice Department: San Francisco Mayor London Breed's COVID-19 Rule For Places Of Worship UnconstitutionalThe U.S. Justice Department on Friday sent a letter to San Francisco Mayor London Breed saying that the city's current COVID-19 policy allowing only one congregant in places of worship "is contrary to the Constitution and the nation’s best tradition of religious freedom."
Flipped Truck In San Francisco Injury Accident Cleared From Ramp Connecting I-280, Hwy 101CHP issued a traffic alert early Friday evening after an injury accident left an overturned truck blocking the northbound I-280 ramp connecting to southbound Highway 101 in San Francisco.
Man Wounded In Late Night Shooting In Potrero HillPolice in San Francisco are investigating a shooting that injured a man Thursday night in the city's Potrero Hill neighborhood.
SFPD Says Officer Punched In Face While Detaining SuspectA San Francisco police officer was reportedly punched in the face Thursday afternoon while detaining a suspect in the city's Bayview neighborhood, police said.
San Francisco Burglary Victims Demand Answers About Recent Spike In Crime Across CityA sharp increase in burglaries in San Francisco this year has residents voicing concerns for their safety and expressing frustration over suspects not being prosecuted.
'A Destination For Good Food' - San Francisco Tenderloin Street Transformed Into Outdoor Dining CorridorWhile some people might not think of San Francisco Tenderloin's District as a foodie destination, city leaders and local business owners are working to change that amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Francisco Public Works Employees Demand Safe Dedicated Restrooms During The PandemicUnion leaders representing more than 350 San Francisco Public Works employees are calling on Mayor London Breed and the Board of Supervisors to require the city to provide dedicated restrooms for its workers.
Wells Fargo CEO Apologizes For Memo Comment On Black Talent Pool Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf has apologized after he blamed the lack of diversity at the San Francisco-based bank on "a very limited pool of Black talent to recruit from."
COVID Reopenings: San Francisco Officials Launch Online Dashboard To Allow Parents To Track School OpeningSan Francisco health officials have launched an online dashboard that allows parents at a glance to see updated reopening information on their child's school.
Local Athlete Makes Solo Row From San Francisco To HawaiiA Bay Area woman recently broke a solo rowing record, braving shark-infested waters and big waves on an incredible journey from San Francisco to Hawaii.
San Francisco Supervisors Overwhelmingly Approve City's Nearly $14 Billion BudgetSan Francisco nearly $14 billion budget was approved by a 10-1 during Tuesday's Board of Supervisors meeting, with Supervisor Catherine Stefani voting against it.
SF Supes Approve $14 Billion Budget That Includes Funds For COVID-19, Homeless, City Workers, Afr. Am. CommunitySan Francisco nearly $14 billion budget was approved by a 10-1 during Tuesday's Board of Supervisors meeting, with Supervisor Catherine Stefani voting against it
De Young Museum Reopens With Frida Kahlo ExhibitThe De Young Museum in Golden Gate Park has opened its doors for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic forced its closure in March.