San Francisco Police Say No Merit To Report Of Possible Shooter In Potrero HillPolice in San Francisco have confirmed that there was no merit to reports of an active shooter in the city's Potrero Hill neighborhood Monday afternoon.
SF Police Chief 'Confident' That Raid At Journalist's Home, Office Was LegalSF Police Chief William Scott said he was confident that a search warrant issued at the home and office of a freelance journalist last week was legal and in compliance with the Shield Law.
San Francisco Police Issue Alert On Suspect And Vehicle In Bayview HomicidePolice in San Francisco on Friday afternoon issued an alert for the entire Bay Area regarding a suspect and suspect vehicle wanted in connection with a homicide in the Bayview district.
San Francisco Police Investigate Possible Kidnapping In Noe ValleyPolice in San Francisco are investigating a possible kidnapping Friday afternoon that happened in the Noe Valley neighborhood near a middle school, according to authorities.
San Francisco Embarcadero Homeless Center Proposal Scaled Back Following BacklashA San Francisco supervisor is expected to introduce legislation Tuesday that would place homeless navigation centers in every district.
Golden Gate Park A Hot Spot For Car Break-Ins Despite Police CrackdownSan Francisco police are warning that even though car break-ins are significantly down around the city, thieves are continuing to target Golden Gate Park as a hot spot. 
San Francisco Police Help Arrest Third 'Blessing' Scam Suspect In Los AngelesA third suspect involved in a so-called “blessing” scam of elderly Chinese women was arrested last week in Southern California, according to San Francisco police.
Mario Woods' Family Settles Lawsuit Over Fatal 2015 San Francisco Police ShootingThe family of Mario Woods, shot dead by San Francisco police officers in 2015, has settled a lawsuit against the city.
Man Found Shot In San Francisco Mission DistrictSan Francisco police were investigating a shooting near 13th St. in the Mission. One victim sustained life-threatening injuries, police said.
SFPD Officer From Racist Text Scandal Pleads Guilty To San Francisco Bank RobberiesSan Francisco police officer Rain Olson Daugherty was facing 40 years in federal prison Friday after pleading guilty to robbing two San Francisco banks.
Prosthetic Arm Stolen During SoMa Vehicle Break-InA man lost his prosthetic leg after an auto burglar broke into the man's vehicle this weekend in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood, police said Tuesday.