San Francisco To Consider Transit Fees On Congested City StreetsCongestion pricing would force drivers to pay a fee to cross into the busiest areas in San Francisco during rush hour.
San Francisco Bars Consider Requiring Proof of VaccinationYou could be showing more than ID at some bars in San Francisco soon. They could be asking to see proof that you're not just 21 but vaccinated against COVID-19 as well.
US Seeks To Drop UC Davis Chinese Researcher's Visa Fraud Case Ahead Of TrialU.S. prosecutors sought Thursday to drop their case against a Chinese researcher at UC Davis accused of concealing her ties to the Chinese military on a visa application so she could work in the U.S.
$20,000 Price Tag Of San Francisco Trash Can Prototypes Stuns Residents, City LeadersSan Francisco's Department of Public Works wants to replace 3,000 existing green trash cans with bigger and better-looking ones. The prototype being considered will cost taxpayers about $20,000 per can.
San Francisco To Get 400 New Treatment Beds For Mental Health, Substance Abuse - 'An Unprecedented Expansion'San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Thursday that the city will create 400 new treatment beds, 140 of which will open this year, for people experiencing mental health issues or substance abuse.
Suspect In San Francisco SoMa Stabbing Arrested In Napa CountyA man suspected in a stabbing in San Francisco's South of Market over the weekend has been arrested in Napa County, authorities said.
San Francisco Chinatown Businesses Say They're Targets Of Frivolous ADA Lawsuits; DA InvestigatesDistrict Attorney Chesa Boudin's office is launching an investigation after his office said several Chinatown merchants were hit by potentially fake lawsuits and so-called "demand letters."
San Francisco Police Confirm Arrest in Fatal Sunday Shooting of Teen Boy in SoMaPolice in San Francisco on Sunday arrested a man suspected of fatally shooting a 14-year-old boy in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood Sunday evening, according to authorities.
San Francisco Officials Announce Police Deployment Aimed At Protecting TouristsOfficials in San Francisco on Monday announced plans to increase police foot and bicycle patrols in areas heavily traveled by tourists to safeguard visitors who might be targeted by thieves.
Police Investigate Chaotic Sunday Night Sideshow in Rincon HillPolice in San Francisco are investigating a wild sideshow that happened Sunday night at the intersection of Harrison and Fremont streets.
COVID Recovery: Restaurants Adding Dine-In Fee To Cover Rising Post-Pandemic Labor CostsDiners at Che Fico Alimentari on Divisadero Street are seeing a new notice at the top of their menus, alerting them of a 10% dine-in charge.
Aggressive Coyote Euthanized In Golden Gate Park; Charged Toddlers In Botanical GardensFederal wildlife officials tracked down and euthanized an aggressive coyote Friday who had charged toddlers on five separate occasions while they visited the San Francisco Botanical Gardens in Golden Gate Park.
San Francisco Rec & Park Phasing Out Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers For Electric ModelsThe exhaust and ear-splitting sounds of gas-powered leaf blowers are set to become a thing of the past at San Francisco city parks, as the blowers will soon be replaced by electric ones.
COVID: San Francisco Health Officials Warn of Delta Variant Danger - 'COVID on Steroids'With concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant on the rise, San Francisco officials on Thursday sounded the alarm to residents who have not been vaccinated yet.
San Francisco Woman Found Guilty Of Robbing Walgreens By Coughing, Claiming She Had COVID-19A San Francisco woman who stole items from a Walgreens store while coughing and claiming she had COVID-19 during the early days of the pandemic was convicted on a federal robbery charge on Wednesday.