Final Out Triggers Celebration Among Giants Fans Across San FranciscoOn Sunday, street musician Brian Belknap wasn't alone as he celebrated his beloved San Francisco Giants clinching the NL West title.
San Francisco Acquires 2 Buildings for Cooperative Housing EffortThe city has acquired two buildings that will house people with mental health and substance abuse disorders.
Thousands Rally for Abortion Rights at Women's March in San FranciscoJoining the many U.S. cities where demonstrations for abortion rights took place Saturday, thousands of people marched in San Francisco in the Women's March for Our Reproductive Rights rally
Beloved PG&E Falcon Nest Webcam Going Dark As HQ Building Is Sold Fifteen years after the cameras started rolling, PG&E announced Saturday its beloved falcon nest webcam would be going dark after the sale of its 77 Beale St. headquarters.
Fire Damages Playground At Sue Bierman Park Near San Francisco's Ferry BuildingA San Francisco children's playground near the Ferry Building will remain closed after a fire late Thursday night badly damaged it, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department officials said.
No Injuries After High-Rise Window Falls 45 Stories to San Francisco Street During RepairsA window that was being repaired on the 45th floor of a high-rise in Rincon Hill fell and shattered on the street Thursday afternoon, but luckily no one was hurt.
Oracle Park Concessions Workers Vote to Approve New ContractConcessions workers at Oracle Park -- home of the San Francisco Giants -- said Thursday they've approved a new labor contract, ensuring affordable health care and a $7 hourly raise, among other benefits.
UPDATE: 4 Arrested After Immigration Demonstrators Shut Down Golden Gate BridgeFour demonstrators were arrested and five vehicles seized after an immigration protest blocked lanes on the Golden Gate Bridge Thursday, bringing the morning commute into San Francisco to a halt for more than 30 minutes.
36-Year-Old Man Injured in Mission District Shooting Early Wednesday
San Francisco Health Officials To Open Mass COVID Testing Site For Students To address the growing need to test students for classroom exposure to COVID-19, San Francisco health officials announced Wednesday they will be opening a mass testing site in a parking lot near the Crocker Amazon sports complex.
Oracle Park Concession Workers Call Off Strike Threat; Reach Tentative Agreement On New Contract As San Francisco Giants prepare to head into the playoffs for the first time since 2016, the team no longer has to worry about a strike by Oracle Park concession workers during the post-season.
Contract Approved for Dennis Herrera to Take Over as SFPUC's General ManagerThe contract for San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera to serve as the new General Manager for the SF Public Utilities Commission was approved Tuesday, according to city officials.
UPDATE: Suspect Arrested After Online Threat Shuts Down San Francisco State CampusA suspect was arrested Tuesday following a 'non-specific' online threat that forced San Francisco State University officials to cancel in-person classes.
San Francisco Man Charged In Robbery-Hate Crime Spree Targeting Asian WomenA San Francisco man was charged Tuesday with seven felony counts including hate crime allegations for a string of violent robberies and attempted robberies dating back to March targeting Asian women.
UPDATE: DEA Issues Safety Alert As San Francisco Fentanyl Seizures Soar With federal fentanyl seizures soaring over 155% so far this year in San Francisco, the Drug Enforcement Administration Monday issued a health warning over the lethal toll overdoses are taking in the Bay Area and across the country.