2 San Francisco Supervisors Join Movement to Remove Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Name From City HospitalTwo San Francisco supervisors announced Thursday that they support a growing movement to remove Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's name from the city-operated public hospital.
FBI: San Francisco Chinese Consulate Harboring Researcher Accused Of Lying To FedsThe FBI believes the Chinese consulate in San Francisco is harboring a Chinese researcher who is charged in federal court in California with lying about her military background.
Death Of Mario Woods Part Of Long History Of Racial Tension In San FranciscoThe death of Mario Woods five years ago brought police reforms to San Francisco that were five decades in the making.
VIDEO: 4 Suspects Sought In Brazen San Francisco Bayview Shooting That Wounded 2The San Francisco Police Department is seeking four suspects after two people were wounded in a shooting in the city's Bayview neighborhood earlier this month.
44-Year-Old Man Injured In Overnight San Francisco SoMa ShootingA shooting in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood early Wednesday morning left a 44-year-old man injured, police said.
COVID-19 Reopening: Online AIDS Walk San Francisco Raises Nearly $1 MillionOrganizers of the AIDS Walk held annually in San Francisco refused to let the COVID-19 pandemic bring them to a standstill.
SF Mayor Rolls Back Reopening as Coronavirus Cases SpikeSan Francisco mayor London Breed told residents there is little time left to get COVID-19 cases under control before we could see another large outbreak.
SF On Watch List, Halts Reopening; Breed Warns Of 'Living In COVID' For 12-18 MonthsWith COVID-19 cases rising in San Francisco and across the country, Mayor London Breed warned the crisis would likely continue for the foreseeable future and urged better coordination among leaders.
S.F. Police Union Pushes Back on Directive to Display Black Lives Matter PostersA dispute is heating up over a proposed requirement to place 32" x 24" posters displaying the words "Black Lives Matter" at all San Francisco police stations.
SFPD Searching For Hit-&-Run Driver That Injured 2 In Mission DistrictSan Francisco police are seeking a hit-and-run driver who injured two people in the city's Mission District on Wednesday afternoon.
SFUSD Superintendent Announces School Year To Begin With Distance LearningThe superintendent of the San Francisco Unified School District announced Wednesday that students will begin the upcoming school year with distance learning.
BART Station At SFO Briefly Closed Due To Police ActivityBART service to San Francisco International Airport was halted during the Wednesday morning commute due to police activity at the airport station.
Wells Fargo Lost $2.4B Last Quarter, Likely To Cut Dividend For 1st Time Since Great RecessionWells Fargo swung to its first quarterly loss since the Great Recession, forcing the struggling San Francisco-based bank to warn it will likely slash its coveted dividend by 80%.
Louis' Restaurant, Beloved San Francisco Sea-View Diner, Closes Because Of PandemicLouis' Restaurant, a San Francisco institution that served pretty good food with stunning views of the wide Pacific for more than eight decades, announced it is closing permanently -- another victim of the coronavirus pandemic.
Fire In BART Tunnel Between 24th Street Mission, Glen Park Stations ExtinguishedAn electrical fire inside a BART tunnel in San Francisco -- quickly extinguished by firefighters -- contributed to major delays along the system, BART officials said Monday.