Debate Intensifies Over Reopening JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park to Auto TrafficJFK Drive has been off-limits for cars in the eastern half of Golden Gate Park for about a year and there's a lot of support for keeping it that way. Others say the policy limits access for low-income residents and out-of-towners.
Update: USF Student Who Hung Noose Off Dorm Room Balcony ExpelledOfficials at the University of San Francisco on Friday confirmed that the student who was found to have hung a noose from the balcony of his dorm room has been expelled from the school.
San Francisco Security Guard Who Stopped Market Street Assault: 'My Job Is Just to Help'The San Francisco security guard who took down the suspect in the attack against an elderly Asian woman on Market Street last month on Friday told KPIX how the incident went down.
COVID: San Francisco Nightlife Rebounds as Pandemic Restrictions EaseWith rebounding traffic, diners eating indoors and movies projected on the silver screen at Fort Mason, Friday nights in the city feel a lot different from what they were a year ago.
Judge OKs Murder Trial for Man Accused in July 4 Fatal Shooting of San Francisco BoyA judge said Friday that a man charged in the death of a 6-year-old San Francisco boy who was hit by gunfire on the 4th of July last year may be tried for murder.
Peregrine Falcon Chicks Hatch in Nest at Top of PG&E's San Francisco HeadquartersThree baby peregrine falcon chicks have hatched in the nest that sits at the top of PG&E's San Francisco headquarters, according to company officials.
Climate Activists Protest at Wells Fargo Headquarters in San FranciscoDozens of protesters gathered in San Francisco Friday to demand that Wells Fargo take responsibility for what they say is its role in the climate crisis.
San Francisco Police Crack Down On Tenderloin Drug Pipeline; Raids, Arrests, Drug Seizures In East BayA month-long crackdown by San Francisco police on the East Bay pipeline feeding drugs into the city's Tenderloin District has resulted in at least 21 arrests of suspected dealers and the seizure of more than 3 kilos of illegal drugs.
Public Defender: Attack on Elderly Asian Woman in San Francisco Not Racially MotivatedNewly-released surveillance video shows that a beating suspect was himself a victim of assault moments before he allegedly attacked an elderly Asian woman in San Francisco
Giants Fans Will Need Vaccination Documents or Negative COVID Test to Enter BallparkThe Giants home opener is Friday afternoon and this season: no cardboard cutouts but real, live fans in the stands
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Announces Plans for Indoor Live Events to ResumeHealth officials in San Francisco on Thursday announced plans to allow indoor live events to resume in the city next week with capacity limits and other COVID safety protocols in place.
Suspect At Large; Driver Injured In Carjacking Near San Francisco's Union Square A suspect remained at large early Thursday and his victim hospitalized with critical injuries suffered in a carjacking near San Francisco's Union Square.
USF Officials Investigate Noose Found Hanging Off Student Dorm Room BalconyThe University of San Francisco on Wednesday is investigating a disturbing incident at a student dorm where a noose was found hanging off a balcony.
Update: San Francisco School Board Votes To Rescind Controversial School Renaming PlanThe San Francisco school board will likely rescind their controversial decision to rename dozens of schools in the district during their meeting Tuesday evening.
Asian American Attacks: Non-Profit To Manage $1M In Donations To Xiao Zhen Xie Who Fought AssailantThe family of Xiao Zhen Xie, the elderly woman who used a wooden board to fight off her attacker on San Francisco's Market St., will set up a non-profit to manage more than $1 million in donations directed to her after her story went viral.