San Francisco Jury Convicts Man Of Rape, Multiple Felonies In Brutal 2014 AssaultJurors in San Francisco have convicted a man of multiple felonies, including rape and sexual battery, in connection with the brutal attack of a woman in 2014.
California Recall: Newsom Seeks To Bolster Support Among Latino Voters With 1 Week To GoWith one week to go, Gov. Gavin Newsom is making a strong push to get back the support from Latino voters he needs to defeat the September 14 recall election against him.
SFPD Investigating Homicide In Hunters Point Over Labor Day WeekendSan Francisco police are investigating a homicide in the city's Hunters Point neighborhood on Saturday night.
Health Experts Warn Of Possible Post Labor Day COVID Case SurgeWith millions out and about over the Labor Day weekend, COVID cases were expected to increase as San Francisco Bay Area residents and visitors celebrated at beaches, parks and at sporting events.
UPDATE: Concessions Workers Won't Strike at Oracle Park for Giants-Dodgers Game SundayQuestions on whether or not concession workers at Oracle Park would strike for Sunday's Giants game against the Dodgers have been put to rest following a statement from union president Anand Singh.
Fog Advisory in Effect Sunday MorningThe National Weather Service is warning motorists to be careful driving on Bay Area roads Sunday morning due to dense fog in some areas.
Court Upholds $2.7M Award Against San Francisco Landlord Once Described As 'Ruthless Predator'A San Francisco landlord once described as a “ruthless predator" who allegedly tried to drive tenants out of a rent-controlled unit must pay them $2.7 million, a state appeals court ruled.
SFPD Arrest Armed Suspect Following Confrontation Outside SchoolPolice in San Francisco arrested a man with a loaded gun following a confrontation with officers outside a school near the city's Panhandle earlier this week.
Second Suspect Arrested in Fatal San Francisco Tenderloin District Shooting of Community WorkerPolice in San Francisco on Friday arrested a second suspect in connection with a fatal Aug. 17th shooting in San Francisco's Tenderloin District, according to authorities.
COVID: Nearly 9,000 SFUSD Employees Fully Vaccinated Ahead Of RequirementSan Francisco Unified School District officials said on Thursday that the majority of its nearly 10,000 employees have reported being fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
San Francisco City Services Restored After Morning Outage Disrupts 911, 311 SystemsAn outage in San Francisco on Friday morning that briefly interrupted some city services, including 911 and 311, has been restored, city officials said.
KPIX 5 to Broadcast 2-Part Stern Grove 'Best of the Fest' SpecialThe Stern Grove Festival wraps up its 84th annual concert season this Saturday with Part 1 of 'Best of the Fest - Stern Grove Festival 2021,' a two-part television special broadcast in partnership with KPIX 5.
Suspect Arrested in Tenderloin Shooting That Killed Man Known for Community WorkPolice in San Francisco on Wednesday arrested a man in connection with a murder in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood last month that killed a man known for his work throughout the community.
San Francisco Mayor: New Program's Financial Incentives Are Not 'Cash for Criminals'As calls for criminal justice reform turn from discussion to policy and action, a new program in San Francisco that could provide cash payments as an incentive for not committing crimes is bound to turn heads.
San Francisco Bayview District Native Unites Faith-Based Community to Help OthersA native of San Francisco's Bayview District uses her connections to rally the faith-based community to make sure underserved African Americans live a healthier life.