UPDATE: Northbound Hwy 101 Connector in San Francisco Reopens After Police ActivityCHP in San Francisco on Wednesday afternoon reported that the northbound US-101 connector ramp has reopened after being closed by police activity.
Man Hospitalized Following Hit-&-Run On San Francisco's 19th Avenue; Driver SoughtA hit-and-run collision in the southwest part of San Francisco late Monday left a 30-year-old man hospitalized, according to police.
SFPD Offers $50K Reward To Find Killer Of 16-Year-Old Jaeda Tofaeono In BayviewOne month after 16-year-old Jaeda Tofaeono was killed, the San Francisco Police Department have offered a $50,000 reward to find the suspected shooter.
SFPD Arrest Suspect In Chinatown Assault; Had Warrant In Haight-Ashbury AttackPolice in San Francisco arrested a man on Friday in the city's Chinatown after he allegedly pushed an Asian woman into the street for no apparent reason, causing the woman to hit her head.
Man Fatally Shot In San Francisco's Tenderloin Identified, Remembered For Community WorkA 48-year-old man killed in an attack and shooting in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood last week has been identified by the city's Medical Examiner's Office.
Golden Gate National Recreation Area Proposes Parking Fees At Some SitesThe National Park Service on Friday announced plans to add new parking fees at sites in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in San Francisco and Marin County.
Smoke Plume Over Bay Area Triggers Spare the Air Alert, Forces Cancellation Of Youth Sports GamesShifting winds pulled a large plume of smoke from the raging Caldor and Monument wildfires over the San Francisco Bay Area Friday, casting a haze over the area, triggering a Spare the Air alert, and forcing the cancellation of youth sports games.
UPDATE: SFPUC Declares Emergency Days After Ruptured Water Main Floods Stern GroveThe San Francisco Public Utilities Commission issued an emergency declaration Friday, days after a ruptured water main caused catastrophic flooding at Stern Grove, forcing organizers to cancel this Sunday's fundraising concert.
Repairs of Leaning San Francisco Skyscraper on Hold; Engineering Expert Blasts PlanA geotechnical engineer and professor at UC Berkeley says the current plan to fix the leaning Millennium Tower in San Francisco is "incorrect" and should be abandoned.
$100M Project To Fix San Francisco's Sinking Millennium Tower Abruptly HaltedA major construction fix to stop the city's Millennium Tower from sinking has been abruptly halted.
Stern Grove Flooding from Water Main Break Forces Concert Cancellation; Damage 'Catastrophic'The Stern Grove Festival on Wednesday announced that it would have to cancel the scheduled fund-raising Big Picnic concert Sunday afternoon due to flooding from a water main break in the area earlier this week.
'Andrew Cuomo's Last Despicable Act' - SFPOA Blasts Clemency Of DA Chesa Boudin's Father By Ex-NY Gov.A decision by former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to grant clemency to the father of San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin for his role in a deadly 1981 robbery has been condemned by the union representing the city's police officers.
Stern Grove Closes Season With Oakland Legends Tower of Power, Too $hortDue to flooding damage from a water main break earlier this week, the Stern Grove Festival has been forced to cancel Sunday's scheduled concert with Tower of Power and Too $hort.
New York City Rents Top San Francisco Amid COVID Pandemic Economic ReboundThere was a time when the average cost of rentals in San Francisco soared over such other desired locations as New York City and Paris. But then the COVID pandemic struck and rents tumbled as remote workers fled to more affordable locales.
Airbnb To Open Rental Properties To Fleeing Afghani RefugeesSan Francisco-based short-term giant Arbnb announced Tuesday it would begin offering free accommodations around the world to the thousands who were fleeing Afghanistan amid the Taliban takeover.