San Francisco Fire Victim Critical After Rescue From Larkin Street BuildingFire crews in San Francisco on Monday were able to rescue a victim in critical condition from a fire on the third floor of a Larkin Street building, authorities said.
San Francisco Bars To Require COVID Vaccine or Negative Test From CustomersWith cases of the COVID Delta variant surging, San Francisco bars and nightclubs will begin requiring proof of a COVID vaccination or a negative COVID test from customers.
US Seeks To Drop UC Davis Chinese Researcher's Visa Fraud Case Ahead Of TrialU.S. prosecutors sought Thursday to drop their case against a Chinese researcher at UC Davis accused of concealing her ties to the Chinese military on a visa application so she could work in the U.S.
$20,000 Price Tag Of San Francisco Trash Can Prototypes Stuns Residents, City LeadersSan Francisco's Department of Public Works wants to replace 3,000 existing green trash cans with bigger and better-looking ones. The prototype being considered will cost taxpayers about $20,000 per can.
COVID Update: Mandatory Workplace Vaccinations Urged In Contra Costa, Santa Clara County, San FranciscoHealth officials from Contra Costa, Santa Clara and San Francisco counties urged businesses Thursday to implement mandatory COVID vaccination policies amid the rapid rise COVID cases fueled by the Delta variant.
San Francisco To Get 400 New Treatment Beds For Mental Health, Substance Abuse - 'An Unprecedented Expansion'San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Thursday that the city will create 400 new treatment beds, 140 of which will open this year, for people experiencing mental health issues or substance abuse.
Suspect In San Francisco SoMa Stabbing Arrested In Napa CountyA man suspected in a stabbing in San Francisco's South of Market over the weekend has been arrested in Napa County, authorities said.
U.S. Justice Department Launching Gun Trafficking Strike Force In San Francisco, 4 Other CitiesThe Justice Department is launching an effort in five cities in the U.S. to reduce spiking gun violence by addressing illegal trafficking and prosecuting offenses that help put guns in the hands of criminals.
Man Shot Along Van Ness Ave. in San Francisco Following Fight; Suspect At LargeA shooting in the area of San Francisco's Van Ness Avenue thoroughfare left a 41-year-old man injured early Thursday morning, according to police.
San Francisco Chinatown Businesses Say They're Targets Of Frivolous ADA Lawsuits; DA InvestigatesDistrict Attorney Chesa Boudin's office is launching an investigation after his office said several Chinatown merchants were hit by potentially fake lawsuits and so-called "demand letters."
Recology Truck Fire Closes Right Lane of Northbound Hwy 101 in San FranciscoAuthorities in San Francisco confirmed a fire involving a Recology truck has shut down the right lane of northbound U.S. Highway 101 near the Vermont Street exit.
State Budget Sending San Francisco $2 Million To Fight Food InsecurityThe 2021 California state budget, signed by the governor last week, sends $2 million to San Francisco for fighting food insecurity through funding for two local organizations.
Italian Lawyers Slam Court Review Of NorCal Students Murder TrialMultiple professional associations representing Italian criminal defense attorneys slammed a court's written attack on the team that defended two Northern California college students in their trial for the murder of an Italian police officer.
San Francisco Supes Adopt New Goals to Battle Climate ChangeSan Francisco has new targets for the cutting back on greenhouse gas emissions after the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a set of climate change goals Tuesday.
Suspect Identified In Fatal Shooting of Teenage Boy In San Francisco SoMaSan Francisco police on Tuesday identified the suspect arrested in Sunday's fatal shooting of a 15-year-old boy in the city's South of Market district as 41-year-old Bernard Hayes of San Francisco.