City Leaders Pledge Action in Wake of Violent Assaults on Asian Women on San Francisco StreetsSan Francisco city and community leaders spoke out about recent attacks targeting elderly Asian women on city streets.
San Francisco To Launch Universal Basic Income Pilot Program for ArtistsMayor London Breed on Thursday said she plans to immediately implement a number of proposals from a new report on San Francisco's economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, including a universal basic income (UBI) program that will provide $1,000 a month for local artists.
San Francisco Production Company Offers Halloween 'Screaming Telegrams' From Terrifying ClownsA San Francisco production company that can't open its annual Halloween attraction due to the COVID-19 pandemic has come up with a creative seasonal service to offer instead: "screaming" telegrams delivered by terrifying costumed clowns.
State Sen. Scott Wiener Announces Renewed Push For Safe Injection SitesState Sen. Scott Wiener on Thursday announced he's planning on reintroducing legislation to legalize safe injection sites when the state Legislature reconvenes in December.
San Francisco Fire, Police, State Investigators Conduct Joint Probe Into Firefighter Training Accident DeathThe circumstances surrounding the death of a San Francisco firefighter-paramedic during a training accident are being probed in a joint investigation by three agencies, authorities said.
Need Grows In Bay Area Amid Ongoing Battle For COVID-19 StimulusWhile politicians in Washington battle over the specifics of a stimulus package for Americans in need, that need is growing for many Bay Area families and cities that could use some financial help.
Update: San Francisco Paramedic Firefighter Fatally Injured In Fall During Training AccidentSan Francisco paramedic firefighter Jason Cortez was fatally injured Wednesday during a training accident at the department's Mission District training facility, department officials confirmed.
ICE Operation Targeting California 'Sanctuary' Cities Nets Over 125 ArrestsOfficials with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Wednesday announced a recent targeted enforcement operation that resulted in the apprehension of over 125 at-large aliens across California, including in San Francisco.
Airbnb Bans One-Night Bookings Halloween Weekend After Last Year's Deadly Party In OrindaAfter last year's deadly party in Orinda, Airbnb is introducing a ban on one-night bookings Halloween weekend, because it says it's a matter of public safety and public health.
San Mateo Man Dies In Alleged San Francisco South Of Market AssaultA 35-year-old San Mateo man died Monday -- a day after San Francisco police officers found him on a SOMA district sidewalk suffering from stab wounds.
Judge Blocks EPA Decision To Allow Dredging Of San Francisco Bay Salt PondsA federal judge on Monday blocked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from allowing the dredging and filling of salt ponds near San Francisco without going through a permitting process that could stall redevelopment of the area.
Virtual San Francisco Fleet Week Festivities Get UnderwayFleet Week officially got underway in San Francisco Monday, but residents won't be hearing the Blue Angels roaring overhead this year.
Man Charged In 2 Assaults Of Elderly Women In TenderloinA San Francisco man is facing multiple felony charges for allegedly assaulting two elderly women in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood in separate incidents last month.
Young Kitten Spotted On Eastbound Bay Bridge Rescued By CHP OfficerA young kitten spotted on the Bay Bridge was recently rescued and has a new home with the help of a California Highway Patrol officer.
SFMTA Crews Start Work On Emergency Transit Lanes In South Of MarketSan Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency crews starting Monday are installing temporary emergency transit lanes along Seventh and Eighth streets in the South of Market.