San Francisco Launches 'We Will Recover' Program to Promote Pandemic-Coping StrategiesAs COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the city and the state, San Francisco city officials last week launched the "We Will Recover" campaign as the holiday season gets underway.
COVID Thanksgiving Travel: Millions of Californians Drive, Fly Despite Surging Cases, Warnings To Stay HomeAs many as 50 million Americans are estimated to have traveled for Thanksgiving despite increased cases of COVID-19 and repeated warnings from public health officials to stay home.
Big Waves Pounding The Coast; 'Stay Off Rocks And Coastal Jetties'With 18-to-24 foot waves crashing along the northwest facing beaches along the coast early Thursday, forecasters warned San Francisco Bay Area holiday beachgoers to "stay off rocks and coastal jetties."
COVID: UCSF, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Plan For Early Distribution Of Pfizer VaccineThe Bay Area could be weeks away from receiving the first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, with two hospitals saying they are set to obtain doses.
Slack Stock Spikes On Reports Of Potential Salesforce DealShares of San Francisco-based Slack shot up as much as 28% Wednesday, despite being halted twice for volatility, following a report that Salesforce has been in talks to acquire the workplace messaging app.
San Francisco Supervisor Unveils Safety Plan In Response To In Bayview-Hunters Point ViolenceSan Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton on Tuesday unveiled the District 10 Community Safety Plan -- a plan to address a recent spate of shootings and homicides in the area, which includes neighborhoods like the Bayview District and Hunters Point.
Judge: California Can’t Enforce A Ban On 'Offensive' Vanity License PlatesCalifornia can’t enforce a ban vanity license plates it considers “offensive to good taste and decency” because that violates freedom of speech, a federal judge in San Francisco ruled Tuesday.
SFPD: Victim of Officer-Involved Shooting a Suspected Arsonist, Refused To Drop KnifeSan Francisco Police revealed Tuesday that the man officers shot on Market Street last week reportedly committed arson before the shooting and refused to drop a large knife he was wielding while confronting police.
Father And 2 Children Rescued From San Francisco Cliff At Fort FunstonA father and his two children are safe and sound Tuesday night after fire crews rescued the trio after they were stranded on a cliff at San Francisco's Fort Funston.
COVID: Dr. Grant Colfax Says San Francisco At 'Critical Moment,' Expects Purple Tier Later This WeekAlthough San Francisco has yet to reach the purple tier -- the city's Department of Public Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax said Tuesday he expects it to do so by later this week.
Suspect Arrested After SFPD Officer Witnesses Tenderloin ShootingOfficers in San Francisco arrested a man Sunday after an officer spotted him shooting a man in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood, police said.
San Francisco Bay Area COVID Roundup: Who Gets The Vaccine First; State Developing Vaccine Plan; People Age 18-49 Make Up Majority Of New CasesWith a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
Homicide Charges Filed Against Former SF Police Officer Chris Samayoa In Fatal 2017 Officer-Involved ShootingHomicide charges have been filed against former San Francisco police officer Chris Samayoa in the 2017 officer-involved shooting of Keita O'Neil, an unarmed carjacking suspect, District Attorney Chesa Boudin announced Monday.
Bay Area Stays 'Uncontested Epicenter' Of Nation's Priciest Homes Amid Pandemic; Atherton Most Expensive Zip 4 Years RunningWhile the COVID-19 pandemic has upended the Bay Area's rental market, the region continues to be the most expensive housing market in the country by far in 2020.
COVID Curfew: San Francisco Braces For Move Into Purple Tier And Wave Of Renewed RestrictionsThe San Francisco Health Department says the city is in the middle of a dramatic surge - cases are rising faster than ever.