DA Chesa Boudin Outraged; 2 Killed in Separate Shootings Saturday in San Francisco Potrero Hill NeighborhoodA man who was shot Saturday afternoon in San Francisco's Potrero Hill neighborhood has died -- becoming the second homicide of the day to occur in the neighborhood, police said.
San Francisco Homeless Camp to Be Removed Monday, Advocates Say Residents Have Right to StayPeople who have been living in their cars and in tents in a state-owned parking lot under Interstate 80 in San Francisco are slated to be removed on Monday but their advocates are arguing they have the right to stay under state law.
Survey Finds Many Unaware Of Surge In Hate Crimes Against Asian AmericansA first of its kind survey from the newly formed group Leading Asian Americans to Unite for Change or LAAUNCH has found that Asian Americans are still largely invisible in society, despite their contributions and history in this country.
Police Arrest Teen Suspect for Friday-Evening Homicide in SF Excelsior DistrictA 17-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the killing of a man Friday evening in the Excelsior District of San Francisco, police said Saturday.
San Francisco Transit Officials Reopen Muni Metro Stations; Restore F-Line Trolley Service To Fisherman's WharfThe San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency reopened all Muni Metro subway stations and began the running historic F-line streetcars along Market St and the Embarcadero to Fisherman’s Wharf Saturday for the first time since they were shuttered during the COVID-19 pandemic.
State Parole Board Rejects San Francisco DA's Plea To Keep Notorious Killer Tare Beltranchuc Behind BarsA plea from the San Francisco District Attorney's Office to revoke the parole of Tare Beltranchu, who killed a San Francisco mother in front of her two small children in Oct. 2000, has been rejected by state prison officials.
UPDATE: SF Panhandler Held On Attempted Murder Charges For Slashing Victim's Face After RejectionA man who allegedly slashed a victim in the face near San Francisco's Union Square after the victim declined a request for money has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and other charges.
SFPD Chief Scott Denounces South Beach Officer-Involved Shooting of Auto Burglary SuspectPolice in San Francisco on Thursday released more details surrounding an officer-involved shooting last week in the city's South Beach neighborhood that SFPD Chief Bill Scott denounced as unnecessary.
San Francisco Corruption Scandal: City Reaches $1.7M Settlement With Permit Expediter Walter WongSan Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced the city has settled a civil lawsuit worth more than $1.7 million against Walter Wong -- a business executive who pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
San Francisco's House of Prime Rib Voluntarily Closes for Food Borne Illness InvestigationThe Department of Public Health in San Francisco on Thursday confirmed that the House of Prime Rib has voluntarily shut down for an investigation into complaints of alleged food-borne illness at the popular restaurant.
Bystanders Help Nab Suspect Who Beat, Robbed Elderly Asian Woman Near San Francisco Japantown Two bystanders jumped into action near San Francisco's Japantown, cornered the suspect who beat and assaulted an elderly Asian woman Tuesday morning.
Asian American Attacks: Parolee Arrested After Beating, Robbing Elderly Asian Woman Near San Francisco's JapantownPolice in San Francisco on Wednesday confirmed the arrest of a parolee who beat and robbed an elderly Asian woman near Japantown late Tuesday morning.
Optimism Soaring In San Francisco Bay Area As COVID Pandemic Woes And Worries EaseOptimism is again soaring among San Francisco Bay Area residents as COVID-19 cases plunge, vaccinations soar and businesses prepare for the state's lifting of all coronavirus restrictions on June 15, according to a survey by Charles Schwab released on Wednesday.
San Francisco To Reopen City Hall To Public Next MonthSan Francisco city officials announced Wednesday that the city plans to reopen city hall to the public in June, and is already taking reservations for weddings there.
Caught On Camera: Video Shows Man Defacing San Francisco Murals Dedicated To Asian CultureThe already struggling San Francisco Chinatown business community is taking another hit. Murals dedicated to celebrating Asian cultures have been vandalized twice within a month's time.