COVID: San Francisco Teams With Giants to Give Out Free Tickets With VaccinationsThe San Francisco Department of Public Health on Wednesday announced it would be partnering with the SF Giants to give out vouchers for game tickets to those receiving their first COVID vaccine.
UPDATE: San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf Hit-And-Run Victim Identified As Hotel Worker Headed HomeA woman remained hospitalized early Tuesday after a hit-and-run driver struck her as she crossed Beach and Columbus Streets in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf neighborhood.
Former Broadmoor Police Chief Michael Connolly Charged With Conflict Of InterestFormer Broadmoor Police Chief Michael Connolly has been charged with alleged violations of the state's conflict of interest laws.
Less Frequent Beer Deliveries Leave Many San Francisco Bars Tapped OutGolden Brands, one of the Bay Area's major beer distributors, has made some unwelcome changes to its delivery schedule and small bar owners in San Francisco are hopping mad.
San Francisco Brothers Stage Daring High Line Crossing In Yosemite National ParkTwo brothers from San Francisco say they have set a record for the longest highline ever walked in both Yosemite National Park and California.
SF Serial Shoplifter Appears In Court; DA Boudin Vows To Crack Down On Organized Retail TheftsA 40-year-old man was arrested Saturday morning in connection with a string of retail thefts in recent days in San Francisco's Lower Haight and Mission districts.
California Reopens: San Francisco Seeks To Have All City Libraries Open By FallAfter a handful of San Francisco public libraries reopened last month for indoor service, city officials announced on Monday plans to reopen more libraries throughout the summer.
Pre-Pandemic Saturday Night Vibe Returns To San Francisco Bars, RestaurantsThe sounds of a piano and people socializing filled the lounge at Lion's Den on Wentworth Place in Chinatown Saturday evening. The venue opened in March of this year as the first club in the neighborhood in nearly 45 years.
Fire at San Francisco Tenderloin Apartments Injures 15; Dozens Saved by Occupants' HeroismFifteen people were injured early Saturday after a 1-alarm fire erupted inside a six-story Tenderloin District apartment building. But the real story was one of cooperation, courage and heroism.
Two Die In San Francisco Shootings Early Saturday MorningHomicide detectives were investigating a pair of overnight shootings in San Francisco that claimed the lives of two men, authorities said.
San Francisco Nightlife: Not Quite Back to Normal But Getting ThereOn the first Friday of reopening, restaurants were back to full capacity, not just in street-side parklets but in the inviting interiors San Francisco dining is all about.
San Francisco Scholar's Story Attracts Attention From Dream CollegeFor nearly two decades KPIX 5 has been telling the stories of Students Rising Above scholars and their amazing achievements. But we've never been a part of a story before until now.
Bay Area Celebrates 1st Juneteenth Since Becoming Federal HolidayJuneteenth celebrations are being held across the Bay Area, the first time since the day commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S. was declared a federal holiday.
Man Suffers Life-Threatening Injuries In Overnight San Francisco Chinatown StabbingA 36-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries in a stabbing early Friday morning in San Francisco's Chinatown neighborhood, police said.
Elderly Asian Woman Stabbing Triggers Blame Game Between DA Boudin, SF Police Officers AssociationThe unprovoked knife attack on a 94-year-old Asian-American woman has led to a suspect's arrest and a blame game between the San Francisco DA and the police officers' association.