2020 In Review: The Day The Sky Turned Blood Orange; Historic Wildfires Ravage Northern CaliforniaLike millions of San Francisco Bay Area residents Talia Sechley awoke on Sept. 9th to a scene from an apocalyptic movie. The sky over Oakland was dark and blood orange.
COVID Closures: Sad Crowd Watches As San Francisco's Famed Cliff House Sign Taken DownPeople gathered Thursday afternoon on the last day of 2020 to pay their respects to another COVID casualty as the iconic sign of San Francisco's beloved Cliff House restaurant was taken down.
COVID Order: San Francisco Extends Mandatory Quarantine Until State's Regional Stay Home Order LiftedA health order placing a mandatory 10-day quarantine for anyone traveling to or returning to San Francisco from outside the Bay Area has been extended beyond the January 4th end date.
Bay Area COVID Roundup: Urgent Plea For Convalescent Plasma; Officials Hope For Quiet New Year's Eve; New, Highly Contagious Strain Found In SoCalWith a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
3.6 Magnitude Earthquake Off San Francisco Jolts Bay Area Residents AwakeNew Year's Eve got off to a rocky start early Thursday as a 3.6 magnitude struck along the San Andreas Fault just south of Muir Beach and was felt widely in San Francisco and Marin County.
COVID New Year's: No San Francisco Fireworks; Twin Peaks, Beach Parking Lots Closed For NYEAs health experts urge people to ring in 2021 by staying home to slow the spread of COVID-19, San Francisco officials reminded potential revelers that there will be no New Year's fireworks display and access to some landmarks will be closed.
Zuckerberg San Francisco General Seeks Help In Identifying Patient Hospitalized Since Christmas EveZuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital is asking the public to help identify a man in its care.
San Francisco Police Seek Woman Who Allegedly Injured Man In Tenderloin Knife AttackPolice in San Francisco are searching for a woman armed with a knife after she allegedly injured a man in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood on Tuesday, sending him to the hospital.
Bay Area COVID Roundup: Fears Over New Year's Eve Surge; Danville Restaurant Defies Health Order; Lafayette's Beloved El Charro Shuts Down For GoodWith a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
Mayor London Breed Seeks New San Francisco Police Commission Nominees To Fill 2 VacanciesIn light of San Francisco Police Commission Vice President Damali Taylor's announcement that she's resigning from the position, Mayor London Breed's office said it's already started interviewing potential candidates for the spot.
COVID: San Francisco Health Director Says To Avoid New Year's Gatherings, Notes Gains During Stay-At-HomeAs 2021 approaches, San Francisco health officials noted the stay-at-home order is starting to have an effect on new COVID-19 cases, but warned residents to avoid New Year's gatherings.
UPDATE: Man Killed In San Francisco Hwy 101 Shooting Last Week IdentifiedA man who died after an assailant shot him and another man as the pair drove on U.S. Highway 101 in San Francisco last week has been identified by the city's Medical Examiner's Office.
UPDATE: Woman Who Died In Suspected North Beach Domestic Assault IdentifiedA woman who died earlier this month after San Francisco police officers found her unresponsive in a North Beach apartment has been identified by the city's medical examiner's office.
2 Injured, One Seriously, In Tenderloin Stabbing Late MondayA stabbing following an argument in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood late Monday night left one man with life-threatening injuries and also injured a second man who had tried to intervene, according to police.
Bay Area COVID Roundup: Sky-High Rents Continue To Tumble; SF New Year's Eve Bash Raises Major Concerns; Southwest Cancels Layoff Plans With a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.