MLB Season To Start July 23 Amid More Positive COVID-19 Cases and ChallengesMajor League Baseball begins its shortened season on July 23 in empty ballparks. The opening is happening as two more people in the Giants organization have tested positive for COVID-19 following mandatory club testing.
SF, Glide Memorial Launch Free COVID-19 Testing Site In San Francisco's TenderloinA pop-up free COVID-19 test site is will be located in the parking lot adjacent to 330 Ellis St. on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is made possible by the SF Department of Public Health and Glide Memorial Church,
Family Identifies San Francisco Boy Killed In Saturday Night Bayview ShootingA 6-year-old boy fatally struck by gunfire Saturday night in San Francisco's Bayview District had been attending a birthday party, according to his family.
San Francisco, Oakland Top New Report Listing U.S. Cities Most Impacted By GentrificationSan Francisco and Oakland top a new national report listing cities most impacted by gentrification and cultural displacement.
SF Appeals Court Deals 2nd Blow To Trump Asylum PolicyThe 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals blocked a key U.S. policy to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another country without first seeking protection there, dealing it a second blow in less than a week.
Former 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick Stirs Up Controversy With July 4th Twitter PostFormer San Francisco 49ers quarterback and Black Lives Matter activist Colin Kaepernick set off a social media firestorm Sunday with a Twitter post critical of the Fourth of July holiday.
Illegal Fireworks Create Nightmare 4th Of July For Bay Area FirefightersAs dawn rose Sunday, firefighters across the San Francisco Bay Area were able to finally breath of sigh of relief as the night of 100 or more fire calls came to an end, dozens and dozens of the blazes triggered by the use of illegal fireworks.
July 4: San Francisco Firefighters Battle More Than 100 Blazes Triggered By FireworksThe city's annual Fourth of July fireworks show on the Embarcadero may have been canceled this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic but that didn't stop residents from lighting up the skies with illegal fireworks.
Reopening: San Francisco Officials Shut Down Illegal Night ClubAn underground nightclub has been shut down in violation of a public health order requiring bars and nightclubs to remain closed to slow transmission of COVID-19, City Attorney Dennis Herrera and Police Chief William Scott said.
15 Displaced in 2-Alarm San Francisco Mission District FireThe American Red Cross is assisting 15 people displaced by a two-alarm fire that burned two buildings Friday afternoon in the Mission District.
Wayward Mountain Lion Captured In San Francisco, Later Released, Killed Along Highway 1 In PacificaA mountain lion captured last month near Oracle Park in San Francisco, treated at the Oakland Zoo, and then released in San Mateo County was hit by a car and killed Friday morning along Highway 1, authorities said.
San Francisco Police Seek Help Finding Stolen Dog; Suspect ArrestedInvestigators with the San Francisco Police Department asked for the public’s help Friday to find a stolen dog.
Man In 'Scream' Mask Arrested On BART Train After Brutal Baseball Bat Attack On PassengerA 22-year-old man wearing a mask made popular by the horror movie "Scream" was arrested following a brutal attack that seriously injured a 19-year-old man on a BART train, authorities said.
San Francisco Health Department Warns Of Potential Coronavirus SurgeEarly signs of a coronavirus case surge Thursday has health officials in San Francisco warning residents about what is being called an alarming rate of infections and hospitalizations.
State Warns Not To Eat Sport-Harvested Shellfish From San Francisco - Monterey Coast Over ToxinState health officials are warning consumers not to eat certain shellfish sport-harvested from the coast stretching from San Francisco to Monterey County.