Alaska Airlines Warns Hundreds Of Bay Area Employees Of Possible LayoffsAlaska Airlines is warning it may have to lay off thousands of employees, including hundreds in the Bay Area, as air travel has plummeted during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Reopenings: Outdoor Dining Campaign Launched To Help Struggling San Francisco Chinatown RestaurantsThe streets of San Francisco's Chinatown, normally teeming with tourists and local residents on a typical afternoon, have been relatively empty for months during the COVID-19 outbreak and current surge of new cases.
Giants Try To Adapt, Find Safe Options On Road TripsThe coronavirus pandemic has changed that cherished time when players could sit together at a table to decompress from a long game, celebrate a hard-fought win or support each other through a tough defeat.
Caltrain Traffic Halted After Fatal Pedestrian Accident In Redwood CityCaltrain travel into San Francisco was halted Tuesday morning after a pedestrian on the tracks was fatally struck by a commuter train.
SF Shooting Leaves 17-Year-Old In Critical ConditionA teenage boy is fighting for his life after being shot Monday evening in San Francisco's Visitacion Valley neighborhood.
Independent Restaurants Urge Congress To Pass 'RESTAURANTS Act' To Save Industry, Millions Of JobsIn a new ad voiced by Morgan Freeman, the Independent Restaurant Coalition is calling on Congress to pass the RESTAURANTS Act to save the industry.
SF Judge Denies Property Owners’ Legal Challenge To Overturn Eviction BanA San Francisco judge on Monday denied a legal challenge brought on by property owners looking to block a new San Francisco law prohibiting landlords from evicting or imposing late fees on tenants who can't pay because of COVID-19.
Lawsuit: SF Sheriff's Dept. Ordered Black Women To Be Silent After They Complained Of Racial DiscriminationA lawsuit filed by two Black women who work for the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department accuses their employer ordering them to be silent while at work in retaliation for claims of racial discrimination.
Bay Area Author Gets Nine Billboards For Her Fifth Wedding AnniversaryThe traditional fifth wedding anniversary gift is something made of wood, but for one Bay Area woman, it was made on the road.
In Bay Area's COVID-19 Rental Market Renters Suddenly Have More Negotiating PowerThe economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has caused the Bay Area's once skyrocketing rental housing market to come back to Earth.
State, County Officials Call For Continued Eviction Protections During PandemicState Assemblyman David Chiu, D-San Francisco, and a group of public health officials expressed concern Monday about the potential for millions of renters across the state to be evicted later this month.
North Beach Neighbors Band Together to Boost Restaurants' Business With Volunteer DeliveriesRestaurants have been hit hard during the pandemic but one neighborhood in San Francisco is banding together to help them -- perhaps setting an example for the entire Bay Area.
Rangers Beat Giants 9-5, Avoid Sweep in San FranciscoWillie Calhoun hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly after the Giants walked the bases loaded in the seventh inning, Joey Gallo followed with a three-run home run and the Texas Rangers beat San Francisco 9-5 on Sunday to avoid a three-game sweep.
San Francisco Priest Stirs Controversy, Downplays Pandemic Calling Virus Reports 'Largely Unreal'A Bay Area Catholic priest is stirring up controversy about politics, the coronavirus and the media.
Residents Push San Francisco Officials To Clear More Homeless EncampmentsAfter clearing homeless encampments from the Tenderloin, residents are pushing the city to remove them from other neighborhoods.