Transamerica Pyramid Beacon To Light Up Nightly To Honor Coronavirus Healthcare WorkersSan Francisco's iconic Transamerica Pyramid will begin lighting the building's crown jewel beacon nightly in order to show solidarity with health care workers.
Laguna Honda Hospital in San Francisco Records 14th COVID-19 CaseThe number of confirmed novel coronavirus cases as of Sunday at Laguna Honda Hospital stands at 14.
Former SFMTA Chief Ed Reiskin Appointed As Oakland City AdministratorOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf announced on Friday that she's appointed former San Francisco transportation chief Edward Reiskin to be her city's new permanent city administrator.
SF Supervisors Say City Lags In Moving Homeless From Shelters to Hotel RoomsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed said putting homeless people in hotel rooms during the coronavirus crisis is not proving as easy as it may seem.
San Francisco Man Arrested In Series Of Arson FiresPolice and arson investigators in San Francisco have arrested a man believed to be responsible for a series of fires in the city following a months-long investigation.
Feds Seek Breakup Of Altria-Juul Deal On Antitrust GroundsU.S. business regulators are suing to break up the multibillion-dollar deal between tobacco giant Altria and San Francisco e-cigarette startup Juul Labs.
SFPD Identifies Tenderloin Man Accused Of Shooting NeighborThe San Francisco Police Department on Wednesday released the name of a man who allegedly shot a neighbor through his front door in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood.
Husband, Wife Arrested In San Mateo Gang Shooting; 2 Injured, 1 CriticallyA husband and wife have been arrested in a gang-related shooting in San Mateo that left two people injured, including one in critical condition.
San Francisco Readies Moscone Center To Shelter Homeless During Coronavirus PandemicSan Francisco has been looking for ways to test and shelter greater numbers of people and those efforts will intensify next week
City College Of San Francisco Chancellor Mark Rocha Resigns, Will Receive $340KCity College of San Francisco's chancellor is stepping down as of March 31, college officials announced Thursday.
Texas Man Jailed For Online Threats Against Speaker Nancy PelosiA Texas man faces federal charges after he made online posts threatening Democrats, including U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of San Francisco.
Coronavirus Update: Golden Gate National Recreation Area Closes Parking LotsGolden Gate National Recreation Area announced Thursday that it will scale back services outside of visitor and resource protection in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Caltrain Reduces Weekday Service, Baby Bullet SuspendedCaltrain announced Thursday that it will reduce its weekday train service by more than half starting next week amid sharp ridership losses due to the novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: SFMTA Employee Tests PositiveAn employee with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has tested positive for the coronavirus, officials announced Wednesday.
CPMC Nurse Gives Firsthand Account Of Hospital's Battle Against The CoronvirusWith countless Bay Area healthcare workers on the front lines battling the coronavirus outbreak, a California Pacific Medical Center senior nurse executive has shared his experience and his concerns about the pandemic.