Ballots Sent Out For San Francisco School Board Recall Election, Assembly ContestBallots are being sent out to San Francisco residents as voting begins in the February 15 municipal election, where three members of the city's Board of Education face a potential recall.
Wells Fargo's $5.8 Billion Profit In 4th Quarter Easily Tops ExpectationsWells Fargo easily beat Wall Street expectations for the fourth quarter with interest rates beginning to take off, likely another boost for the nation's largest mortgage lender going forward.
Small Crew With Army Corps Of Engineers Helps Keep Bay Clean And SafeA small group with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is on a mission to keep the Bay safe, which sometimes involves highly-specialized operations with the U.S. Coast Guard.
Federal Drug, Weapons Charges Filed In Brazen San Francisco Road Rage Shooting A 30-year-old Oakland man, already facing an attempted murder charge in state court, had two federal counts added Friday to the litany of charges stemming from a brazen road rage shooting on San Francisco's Van Ness Ave. in November.
Unauthorized COVID-19 Testing Sites Popping Up Across San Francisco, Health Officials WarnHealth officials in San Francisco are warning residents about unauthorized COVID-19 testing sites, as demand for tests remains high amid the omicron surge.
COVID: San Francisco Unified, Unions to Continue Negotiations Over COVID Safety as Cases SoarBargaining over COVID-19 safety protocols between the San Francisco Unified School District and its labor unions will continue next week after they failed to come to an agreement this week.
Former San Francisco Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru Pleads Guilty To Wire Fraud In City Hall Corruption CaseFormer San Francisco Department of Public Works director Mohammed Nuru pleaded guilty to wire fraud in federal court on Thursday, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Stolen San Francisco Service Dog Recovered; Return To OwnerA service dog snatched while being taken out for a walk in a San Francisco neighborhood was recovered Thursday night and reunited with its owner.
Demonstrations in Bay Area Mark Jan. 6 With Call to Strengthen Voting RightsIn the Bay Area, people gathered in several cities at vigils commemorating the anniversary of a violent attack on our nation’s Capitol that took place Jan. 6, 2021.
UPDATE: San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin Questions New Fix for Millennium TowerThe latest plan to fix San Francisco’s sinking and tilting Millennium Tower was the focal point once again of a city-run hearing on Thursday.
San Francisco Police Release Details on Monday Recovery of Stolen French BulldogThe San Francisco Police Department on Thursday released details about the Monday recovery of a French Bulldog that was violently snatched from her owner in the Marina District on New Year's Day.
COVID: San Francisco Unified Faces Potential Teacher Sickout Amid Omicron SurgeAs COVID-19 cases due to the omicron variant continue to rise, the San Francisco Unified School District faces a potential sickout from teachers Thursday amid a heated debate over safety protocols.
San Francisco Police Arrest Pair Suspected In At Least Seven Bank RobberiesPolice in San Francisco arrested two people suspected of committing at least seven bank robberies in the city late last year.
COVID: More Than 600 SFUSD Teachers, Aides Out Amid Omicron SurgeHundreds of San Francisco Unified School District teachers and aides were out of school this week amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, according to the teachers' union that is criticizing the district's handling of testing for the virus.
Man Suspected In 1st San Francisco Homicide Of 2022 Turns Himself InPolice in San Francisco announced that a man suspected in a fatal shooting on Monday, the city's first homicide of the year, has turned himself in to authorities.