San Francisco Cracks Down on Unlicensed Food Vendors in Union SquareSan Francisco launched a crackdown on unlicensed street vendors -- particularly those selling food -- in Union Square.
Golden Gate Audubon Society's Christmas Bird Count Returns After Pandemic HiatusMore than 550 bird watchers will scour parks, shorelines and their own backyards in Oakland, Richmond and San Francisco over the next two weeks for the Golden Gate Audubon Society's annual Christmas Bird Count.
State Funding Granted for 2 New Parks in Bayview, Western AdditionThe state has granted $5.8 million each to park projects focused on environmental justice for residents of the Bayview and Western Addition neighborhoods, according to a news release from the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department.
'Winter Wonderland' Street Festival Promotes Recovery in SF ChinatownThe second annual Chinatown Winter Wonderland on Saturday brought together a San Francisco community still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic
San Francisco Could Use New Downtown Health Clinic for City's First Safe Injection SiteSan Francisco Mayor London Breed announced on Wednesday plans to move forward with opening a new behavioral health site in the downtown area that could possibly be used to house the city's first safe consumption site.
UPDATE: Loud Hum On Golden Gate Bridge To Finally Be Silenced Next YearRecent construction on the Golden Gate Bridge made it become the world's largest tuning fork, emitting an eerie sound when conditions were windy. With the help of top physicists and scientists, that song will be silenced.
$400 Million Bond For Muni Upgrades Proposed By Mayor London BreedSan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Tuesday proposed a $400 million bond for the June 2022 ballot to increase safety and reliability along Muni bus and rail lines.
UPDATE: Residents Skeptical of San Francisco Mayor's Pledge to Get Drugs, Crime Out of TenderloinBy now, most San Franciscans have probably heard Mayor London Breed's pledge to crack down on crime in the city. In a fiery speech Tuesday she said the city must put an end to rampant burglaries, for one. She is also promising to stop the open-air drug dealing that has plagued the Tenderloin.
San Francisco's New Sanitation And Streets Department To Launch In JulyThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved for the city's new Sanitation and Streets Department to begin on July 1, 2022.
UPDATE: SF Mayor London Breed Announces Crime Crackdown; 'Less Tolerant Of All The Bulls--t That Has Destroyed Our City'Mayor London Breed launched an emergency police intervention in San Francisco's crime-ridden Tenderloin neighborhood Tuesday, targeting a pipeline of illegal drugs that has been fueling a surge in gun violence and deadly fentanyl overdoses.
SoMa Street Violence: San Francisco Police Investigate Fatal Double Shooting, StabbingTwo men were shot, one fatally, and another was stabbed in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood early Wednesday morning, police said.
Weekend Shooting In San Francisco's Tenderloin Sends 2 To HospitalPolice in San Francisco are investigating a double shooting that happened early Sunday morning in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood that sent two people to the hospital.
Hundreds Turn in Firearms at United Playaz Gun Buyback in San FranciscoPeople lined up in San Francisco Saturday morning to rid themselves of unwanted guns in a buyback program meant to destroy weapons before they cause unintended tragedies.
'We Didn't Expect A Million Dollars More' – San Francisco Home's Astronomical Overbid Stuns AgentsWhile high prices and overbidding have become the norm in the Bay Area real estate market, a home that sold for $1 million above asking in San Francisco is raising eyebrows.
Workers Beginning to Return to the Office in Downtown San FranciscoLunchtime in downtown San Francisco is still missing the pace it had in a pre-pandemic world, but it is starting to pick back up.