SF Restaurant Apologizes for Denying Service to Armed, On-Duty Police OfficersThe owners of a restaurant in San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood apologized Sunday for asking police officers to leave their eatery because the officers' guns made employees uncomfortable.
King Tide Flooding on SF Waterfront Foreshadows Future Climate Change NormThe king tide returned to the Bay Area, peaking on Saturday morning.
'Let it Glow' SF Lights Up San Francisco To Revive Pandemic-Stricken DowntownColorful holiday projections are now lighting up buildings in downtown San Francisco each night to help revive and reinvigorate the area from the COVID pandemic slowdown.
King Tides: Coastal Flood Advisory Issued For San Francisco Bay Shoreline This WeekendThe California coast, including parts of the Bay Area, will experience unusually high tides and possible minor flooding in some areas through Sunday morning, the National Weather Service said Friday.
Charlotte Mailliard Shultz, Widow Of George Shultz, Dies At 88 ; 'We Have Lost Our Grande Dame'Charlotte Mailliard Shultz, for decades the face of San Francisco as the city's chief of protocol and the widow of former Secretary of State George Shultz, has died after battling cancer. She was 88.
San Francisco City Hall Briefly Locked Down Due To Suspicious PackageAuthorities on Friday morning placed San Francisco City Hall on lockdown after a suspicious, unattended package was located at the building's front door, the San Francisco Sheriff's Office said.
San Francisco Supervisors Call On SFMTA To Restore Bayshore Express Muni Bus LinesTwo San Francisco supervisors joined community members on Thursday to demand that the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency bring back key two bus routes that were suspended at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and have yet to be brought back.
Felony Arrests, Firearms Seized During SFPD Black Friday Vehicle Smash-And-Grab Crackdown Officers patrolling San Francisco neighborhoods during a crackdown of the rampant surge of vehicle smash-and-grab burglaries have arrested four men and a juvenile and seized several firearms.
San Francisco Lights Up GG Park Christmas Tree After Darkest Year of PandemicThe city of San Francisco kicked off a holiday tradition with its “Winter Lights” tree-lighting ceremony in Golden Gate Park Thursday night.
Asian Senior Attacked at SF Bus Stop Appears in CourtDemonstrators rallied on the steps of the San Francisco Hall of Justice Thursday in support of an 84-year-old man who survived a brutal attack at a bus stop in 2020 as he prepared to testify at a court hearing for the defendant in the case.
COVID: Omicron Variant Found In San Francisco, Are New Travel Rules Looming?After a San Francisco resident became the nation's first confirmed case of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, questions are being raised about the possibility of additional travel rules.
SFUSD Superintendent Proposes Continuing Choice-Based Admissions For Lowell HS After Court RulingSan Francisco Unified School District on Wednesday announced it will move forward with plans to continue using a choice-based admissions system for Lowell High School for the next school year.
COVID Omicron Variant: CDC Expands Surveillance To San Francisco International AirportThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expanding surveillance at four major international airports, including San Francisco International Airport, to keep an eye out for the Omicron variant.
San Francisco Bay Area Bridge Tolls To Jump By $1 On Jan. 1If soaring gas prices weren't enough of a hit to your pocketbook, transportation officials reminded San Francisco Bay Area commuters Wednesday that bridge tolls will be increasing by $1 on New Year's Day.
Elderly Man Fatally Struck By Motorist In San Francisco's BayviewAn elderly man was struck and killed by a vehicle in San Francisco's Bayview District early Monday morning, police said Tuesday.