New Plan Floated To Deal With House Boats Anchored Out Off SausalitoThe waterfront home to bohemian artists for generations, the water off Sausalito still attracts people quite content to live not on the pricey hillsides but instead as part of the flotilla of boats anchored in San Francisco Bay.
70-Year-Old Victim Still Critical After Horrific Divisadero Street AccidentA 70-year-old woman injured in a collision Sunday near San Francisco's Alamo Square remains hospitalized with life-threatening injuries, police said Wednesday.
San Francisco Cutting Business Ties With 22 States Over Abortion RestrictionsCity officials in San Francisco announced Wednesday it's cutting business ties with nearly two dozen states over laws restricting abortion.
Man Killed In Tenderloin Shooting IdentifiedA man killed in a shooting in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood Monday afternoon has been identified by the city's medical examiner's office as D'Quan Domino.
SFMTA Board Approves Plan Eliminating Private Vehicles From Market StreetThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's Board of Directors will vote on Tuesday on the city's Better Market Street Project, which would prohibit most vehicles from driving on Market Street in the city's downtown area.
One Arrested In Connection With Multi-Vehicle Injury Crash On DivisaderoPolice are investigating whether alcohol was a factor in a multi-vehicle injury collision near San Francisco's Alamo Square on Sunday night.
More Electric Scooters Coming To San Francisco Streets In Expansion Of Pilot ProgramMore companies will be rolling out electric scooters on San Francisco streets starting Tuesday, with the expanision of the city's e-scooter pilot program.
Rare Salvador Dalí Work Stolen From Fine Art Gallery In San FranciscoA rare and famous etching by Salvador Dalí was quickly stolen from a San Francisco art gallery on Sunday.
Man Dies After Being Shot In San Francisco's TenderloinSan Francisco police said officers in the Tenderloin neighborhood are investigating a homicide that occurred Monday afternoon.
Neighbors Build Wooden Wall To Deter Homeless, Crime In SF's InglesideA pedestrian pathway in San Francisco's Ingleside neighborhood is at the center of a new fight over pushing out the homeless after fed-up neighbors built a wooden wall there.
5 Hospitalized After Cable Car Collision In San Francisco's Nob HillFive people have been hospitalized in connection with a cable car vs. car collision in San Francisco's Nob Hill neighborhood Monday afternoon, according to the city's Fire Department.
Indigenous Peoples' Day Events Mark 50 Years Since Alcatraz OccupationThe Native American occupation of Alcatraz Island 50 years ago was commemorated with multiple events Monday, which has been declared Indigenous Peoples' Day in San Francisco.
Governor Newsom Vetoes 'Complete Streets' Bike And Pedestrian-Friendly BillCalifornia governor Gavin Newsom on Sunday vetoed legislation that would've required Caltrans to prioritize pedestrian and bike safety.
Multi-Vehicle Crash Sends 5 To Hospital, Closes Blocks Of SF's Divisadero St.A multiple vehicle collision has sent five people to the hospital and has closed blocks of San Francisco's Divisadero Street.
Columbus Statue Atop San Francisco's Telegraph Hill Defaced During Italian Heritage ParadeA statue of Christopher Columbus by Coit Tower atop San Francisco's Telegraph Hill has been defaced with red paint on Sunday during the annual Italian Heritage Parade