UPDATE: 24-Year-Old Man Found Fatally Stabbed At San Francisco Skatepark IdentifiedA man who was fatally stabbed Monday night at a skatepark in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood was identified Wednesday, according to the city's Medical Examiner's Office.
COVID Closures: Old Saint Mary's Cathedral In San Francisco Makes Online Plea For SupportA 167-year-old Catholic church in San Francisco is in danger of becoming a casualty of the pandemic, leading it to make a desperate plea for donations to keep the doors from shutting for good.
San Francisco Opens Up COVID-19 Vaccinations To Teachers, Child Care, Food Service WorkersHeath care officials announced Wednesday they were expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to San Francisco teachers, child care and food service workers.
Cold-Hearted Thieves Violently Hijack Motorized Wheelchair In Brazen San Francisco CrimeSan Francisco police were searching for four suspects who allegedly confronted a man on a local street, assaulted him, pulled him out from his motorized wheelchair and then stole it.
San Francisco Supervisors Approve Fund To Help Save Music and Entertainment VenuesThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously passed Supervisor Matt Haney's legislation to create a fund to support the city's music and entertainment venues, city officials announced.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Lifts 10-Day Quarantine Requirement For Travel Outside Bay AreaHealth officials in San Francisco announced Tuesday that residents who travel outside the Bay Area for nonessential purposes are no longer required to quarantine for 10 days, amid an ongoing decline in COVID-19 cases.
Former San Francisco Youth Lacrosse Coach Accused Of Child Porn Possession, Surreptitious Video RecordingPolice in San Francisco on Tuesday announced the recent arrest of a suspect accused of storing child pornography online and surreptitiously recording underage minors and other women at different locations throughout the city.
Iconic Beat Poet, City Lights Bookstore Founder Lawrence Ferlinghetti Dies at 101Noted Beat movement poet and the founder of San Francisco's City Lights Booksellers and Publishers Lawrence Ferlinghetti has died at age 101, according to the book store's website.
Effort To Recall San Francisco School Board President, Board Members Gains MomentumSome parents fed up with the lack of in-person learning in San Francisco are demanding the recall of school board members in their effort to get their children back into schools.
UCSF Study: Dramatic Rise In COVID-19 Variant Infections Found In San Francisco's Mission DistrictUC-San Francisco researchers have detected a dramatic rise since mid-January of COVID-19 variants, particularly L452R, among those found to be infected with the virus living in the city's predominantly Hispanic Mission District.
Drive-By Shooting In San Francisco Mission District Injures 1A drive-by shooting in San Francisco's Mission District left a 26-year-old man injured Sunday night, according to police.
Project Home: San Francisco Mayor's Office Of Housing Pushes For BMR Rents To Reflect Market ChangesAffordable units in San Francisco have become more expensive than market rate units, now the Mayor’s Office of Housing is pushing for certain building owners to adjust their rates.
Historic San Francisco Victorian Home's Sunday Jaunt Amazes OnlookersAfter 139 years at 807 Franklin St. in San Francisco, a two-story Victorian house has a new address.
COVID-19 Cases Falling; San Francisco Officials Could Reopen Indoor DiningGov. Gavin Newsom believes some California counties could enter the less restrictive red tier this week. In the Bay Area, San Francisco, San Mateo, Marin counties are poised to move first.
Videos: Large Crowd Gathers For Moving Day Of San Francisco Victorian HomeTo the cheers of spectators lined along its route, a 139-year-old San Francisco Victorian home inched its way down Franklin Street Sunday as crews delicately moved the structure to its new setting on Fulton Street.