San Francisco Celebrates Rise of Lowrider Community With Car Show and CruiseSaturday was proclaimed “Lowrider Day” in San Francisco and, on the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month, Latino leaders reflected on lowriders' influence in the city and beyond.
San Francisco Schools, Public Health Dept. Partner to Provide Campus COVID VaccinationsThe San Francisco Department of Public Health and San Francisco Unified School District are partnering to launch four vaccine clinics at city schools to improve accessibility and to encourage more families to get vaccinated.
VIDEO: San Francisco Police Break Up Early Morning Sideshow in Rincon HillNew video shows San Francisco police and fire units converging to stop a sideshow that was happening in Rincon Hill early Saturday morning.
PG&E Crews Responding to Outage Affecting Over 6,000 Customers in Mission, Twin PeaksPG&E crews are headed to the scene of a large outage currently impacting more than 6,000 customers in the Mission District and other neighborhoods early Friday evening, according to the utility.
Metallica Plays Surprise Show at the Independent in San FranciscoOne of the biggest acts in rock music proved it could still spring a surprise on fans Thursday when Metallica quickly sold out intimate San Francisco club the Independent hours before the band's first live performance with an audience in nearly two years.
Contractor Who Bribed San Francisco Public Works Director Sentenced to 2 Years in PrisonFederal prosecutors announced Thursday that a contractor who pleaded guilty of bribing embattled former San Francisco Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru has been sentenced to two years in federal prison.
New Art Exhibit Celebrates Lowrider CultureA new exhibit in San Francisco focuses on lowrider art and how a lifestyle once considered criminal activity became a catalyst for positive social change for the Latino community.
San Francisco Mayor Breed Issues New Mandates To DBI in Wake of Corruption ScandalMayor London Breed on Thursday said she's issuing an executive directive to prevent misconduct within the city's Department of Building Inspection following a report released by the Controller's Office that alleges nepotism, cronyism, and corruption.
COVID: Chase Center Hosts First Sold-Out Post-Pandemic Concert With Tame ImpalaThousands of people are expected to attend Wednesday night's Tame Impala concert at the Chase Center in San Francisco, but they will need more than a ticket to get inside.
Motorcyclist Killed in Downtown San Francisco Collision Last Week IdentifiedA 42-year-old man killed in a collision last week in downtown San Francisco has been identified as Lance Williams, the city's Medical Examiner's Office said Wednesday.
UPDATE: Woman Dragged To Her Death By BART Train While Tethered To Dog Leash IdentifiedAuthorities on Tuesday identified the woman who was dragged to her death Monday afternoon when her dog's leash became entangled in the doors of a BART train as it departed from the system's Powell Street Station in downtown San Francisco.
Muni: Fix For San Francisco's Shuttered Cable Cars May Not Arrive For DaysSan Francisco’s famed cable cars were shut down for most of the pandemic, so when service resumed on September 4th, tourists were delighted. Now the cars have stopped again and officials say a fix could still be days away.
UPDATE: Powell Street BART Station Reopens in San Francisco After Fatal IncidentThe Powell Street BART Station in San Francisco has reopened after a person was fatally struck by a train, causing major delays systemwide Monday afternoon, according to authorities.
COVID: Vaccine Sites To Open At 4 San Francisco Unified SchoolsHealth officials in San Francisco announced COVID-19 vaccination sites are opening at four SFUSD schools this week, as part of an ongoing campaign to reach out to those who have yet to receive their shots.
COVID: Chase Center, Warriors To Require Full Vaccination For Event Attendees 12+; No Testing Opt-OutEvent attendees at San Francisco's Chase Center will be required to show proof of full vaccination to enter the venue for events with more than 1,000 attendees, the Golden State Warriors announced Monday.