SFPD Seeks Victim In Haight-Ashbury District AssaultSan Francisco police are looking for help in identifying the victim of a July 2 assault in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood.
San Francisco Firefighter Injured Battling 2-Alarm Hayes Valley BlazeA San Francisco firefighter suffered a non-life threatening injury early Sunday morning when a 2-alarm fire erupted inside a Hayes Valley apartment building.
Reopening: 'Disappointing' Behavior At Jam-Packed Dolores Park In San Francisco's Mission DistrictThe sunny and mild weather attracted a large crowd of people to Dolores Park in San Francisco's Mission District Saturday, but not everyone was mindful of the COVID-19 risks.
San Francisco Chinatown Business Woes Deepen as Pandemic PersistsWith the drop in tourism and anti-China rhetoric from national politicians, San Francisco’s Chinatown has been one of the areas especially hard-hit in the pandemic.
PGA Championship: Phil Mickelson Fizzles on Course, Flashes in BoothFollowing a disappointing third round at TPC Harding Park Saturday, 5-time major champion Phil Mickelson joined Jim Nantz and Nick Faldo in the CBS booth.
Three Suspects Booked In Connection With Two Separate San Francisco HomicidesPolice in San Francisco on Friday announced the recent booking of three suspects in connection with a pair of unrelated fatal shootings.
Reopening: San Francisco Teachers, School Officials Reach Agreement On Distance LearningSan Francisco Unified school officials and the union representing the district's teachers reached an agreement Friday on how they will move forward with distance learning at the start of the 2020-2021 academic year.
Small San Francisco Gyms Campaign For Help In Staying OpenFrustrated owners of some San Francisco gyms have launched a social media campaign to stay afloat and get back to work.
San Francisco Health Officials Postpone Release Of Some Info Due To Glitch In States COVID DataRecent issues with the California Department of Public Health's electronic reporting system have led in San Francisco to temporarily suspend posting some COVID-19 data online, city officials said Thursday.
Lawsuit: Top City Official Pressured SF Medical Examiner Administrator To Alter Adachi Autopsy ReportMore than a year since the death of San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi, the cause of death has now become the subject of a lawsuit that accuses a top city official of pressuring a Medical Examiner administrator to change the autopsy report.
Overnight Retrofit Work To Close EB Bay Bridge Ramps On Treasure Island This WeekendEastbound Bay Bridge traffic will be disrupted from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. for three nights starting Thursday to provide space for crews working to make the bridge more resilient in the event of an earthquake.
SFMTA Board Latest To Approve Caltrain Ballot Measure Before Friday DeadlineThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's Board of Directors unanimously approved putting an eighth-cent sales tax on the November ballot to fund Caltrain during a special meeting Wednesday morning.
In-Custody Death At San Francisco County Jail Under InvestigationOfficials with the San Francisco Sheriff's Office has confirmed that the death of a male subject in custody early Wednesday morning is being investigated, though the death does not appear suspicious.
San Francisco's Legendary Marine Layer Becomes A Factor At PGA ChampionshipA thick, misty layer of fog draped over San Francisco's TPC Harding Park Golf Course Wednesday morning. For most San Franciscans it was a pretty typical start to an August day, but for the best golfers in the world in town for the PGA Championship, it was a sign of conditions to come.
SF Extends Business Registration, Licensing Fee Deadlines Until March 2021 Due To COVID-19As thousands of San Francisco businesses remain closed due to COVID-19 and with future reopening dates still in limbo, city officials on Tuesday announced extended deadlines and fee deferrals for business owners.