SF Officials See PG&E Bankruptcy As Chance To Expand Public Power ProgramSan Francisco city officials are viewing PG&E's plans to file for bankruptcy as an opportunity to purchase the utility company's infrastructure and expand the city's public power program.
SFPD Release Sketch Of Suspect In Brutal Attack On 89-Year-Old GrandmotherSan Francisco police released a sketch of the suspect in a brutal beating attack on an 89-year-old woman in the city's Visitacion Valley neighborhood.
San Francisco Oceanview Home Ransacked At GunpointArmed gunmen broke into a home in San Francisco's Oceanview District early Tuesday, ransacking a room at gunpoint and then fleeing the scene.
Broadway Legend, San Francisco Native Carol Channing Dies At 97Carol Channing, the lanky, ebullient musical comedy star who delighted American audiences over almost 5,000 performances as the scheming Dolly Levi in "Hello, Dolly" on Broadway and beyond, has died.
Potent Mid-Week Storm Bearing Down On Bay AreaA potent winter cold front continued its march toward Northern California Monday, triggering warnings of torrential rainfall and flooded roadways by mid-week.
Winter Fancy Food Show Brings Bugs, Male-Boosting Honey To The TableFoodies will delight here, but if bugs or male-boosting honey are among your culinary needs, the Winter Fancy Food Show at San Francisco’s Moscone Center was also the place for you.
Santa Rosa Bishop: 'Grief And Shame' Over New List Of Priests Involved In Child Sex AbuseVictims of clergy sex abuse in the San Francisco Archdiocese are awaiting church disclosure of priests accused after Santa Rosa became the fourth Bay Area diocese to release a list of names of priests involved in the scandal.
Surfer Rescued After Losing Board Near San Francisco Cliff HouseA surfer who lost his board and was stranded in dangerous surf near rocky shores below the Cliff House restaurant in San Francisco was rescued Monday afternoon, fire officials said.