Blaming COVID-19, Airbnb Reports 1Q Loss Of Nearly $1.2 BillionAirbnb reported Thursday that its first-quarter loss more than tripled, to $1.17 billion, as travel remained depressed by the pandemic, but revenue topped the same period in 2019.
San Francisco's House of Prime Rib Voluntarily Closes for Food Borne Illness InvestigationThe Department of Public Health in San Francisco on Thursday confirmed that the House of Prime Rib has voluntarily shut down for an investigation into complaints of alleged food-borne illness at the popular restaurant.
Asian American Attacks: Parolee Arrested After Beating, Robbing Elderly Asian Woman Near San Francisco's JapantownPolice in San Francisco on Wednesday confirmed the arrest of a parolee who beat and robbed an elderly Asian woman near Japantown late Tuesday morning.
UPDATE: Arrest Made In San Francisco Powell Street Knife AttackAn arrest has been made in connection with a knife attack near San Francisco's Union Square that sent a victim to the hospital on Wednesday.
San Francisco Bakery Owner Faces Backlash Over Call to Reopen Great Highway to CarsA fight is brewing over the future of the Great Highway in San Francisco as area residents argue whether it should stay closed to cars or reopen to vehicle traffic.
Family Of Man Fatally Shot In San Francisco's Polk Gulch In Shock, Seek Answers To Find KillerThe mother of a man killed over the weekend in a shooting in San Francisco's Polk Gulch neighborhood said on Tuesday her entire family has been devastated by her son's murder.
San Francisco Supes To Vote On Ghost Gun BanA bill goes before the San Francisco Board Of Supervisors Tuesday that if approved, will ban the possession and sale of ghost gun kits and parts.
Mayor London Breed Calls For Street Wellness Response Team To Help San Francisco's HomelessSan Francisco Mayor London Breed is attempting to create a new medical and social service response program for the city's homeless residents as an alternative to police responses to 911 and 311 calls for non-violent behavior.
Feinstein, Padilla Ask Biden Admin To Get China To Lift Tariffs On U.S. WinesThree U.S. senators, including both representing California, sent a letter to the White House Tuesday asking trade officials to push China to lift its tariffs on American wine.
COVID Impact: BART Seeing Rise In Ridership, Planning to Expand ServicesSAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) -- After a year of low ridership due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is seeing its ridership increase, leading the agency to expand service next month.
UPDATE: San Francisco Man Charged With Stabbing 2 Asian Women Pleads Not Guilty, Denied BailA man charged in the brutal stabbing of older two Asian women at a bus stop on San Francisco's Market Street last week pleaded not guilty and was denied bail Monday.