KPIX Vote Smart: Out Of 270,000 Early Ballots Already Cast In San Francisco Errors Are RareAs of Friday, San Francisco has received nearly 270,000 early ballots. San Francisco Director of Elections, John Arntz says, a small fraction of which has been rejected for errors, human errors.
Some Voters Feeling Anxious As They Head To PollsFour days out from Election Day, pre-election anxiety is building up for many voters dropping off their ballots and waiting in lines outside polling places.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Pauses Reduced Restrictions As Case Rates RiseOfficials in San Francisco announced Friday that a rising number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations has led to a pause in expanding business reopenings and allowable activities during the pandemic.
Judge Rules that UC System Needs To Continue Phasing Out SAT RequirementsStudents applying for admission to the University of California system can't submit standardized test scores with their applications as the system works to phase out the exam requirements, a state appeals court ruled Thursday.
Gas Leak Reroutes Traffic In San Francisco Outer SunsetSan Francisco firefighters responded Friday morning to a gas leak at 38th Avenue and Lawton Street.
San Francisco Downtown Streets Still Remain Relatively Empty As City Slowly Rebounds From COVID LockdownEven as San Francisco has begun allowing workers to return to their offices and businesses and restaurants to expand their operations as COVID-19 restrictions have been eased, many residents have been left wondering when the bustling streets will return.
3 Arrested In Deadly December 2019 San Francisco Tenderloin ShootingThree men have been arrested in connection with a December 2019 shooting that killed a woman in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood.
'Trending In A Very Good Direction' - As Cases Rise Nationally, Bay Area Avoiding Spike In COVID-19 Infections So FarAs COVID-19 cases are spiking in some parts of the country, the Bay Area cities is doing better so far.
REPORT: Misinformation Campaigns Target Harris More Than PenceLong before Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden announced her as his running mate, Kamala Harris was the target of widespread online misinformation.
Bay Area Police Departments Prepare For Potential Post-Election UnrestBay Area police departments are very aware 2020 isn't a normal election year and are responding with increased staffing and coordination with other local officials.
San Francisco Police Investigate Shooting Near UCSF Mission Bay CampusA shooting near the UCSF Mission Bay campus Wednesday afternoon injured a 26-year-old man and set off a San Francisco Police investigation.
San Francisco Beating Virus but It’s Feeling Damage to EconomyAs the coronavirus pandemic transforms San Francisco's workplace, legions of tech workers have left, able to work remotely from anywhere.
Brothers Running Roxie Food Center In San Francisco's Mission Terrace To Retire After 45 Years - 'It's Time'After more than four decades, three brothers will retire from their popular corner store in San Francisco at the end of October.
High-Tech Electronic ICU Unit In San Francisco Reducing COVID-19 ExposureIn San Francisco, a high-tech medical solution is gearing up to help dozens of hospitals that may have to cope with any new surge in COVID-19 cases on the horizon.
Cecilia Chiang, San Francisco Chef Credited For Bringing Authentic Chinese Cuisine To America, Dies At 100San Francisco chef Cecilia Chiang, who blazed a trail for Chinese cuisine in the United States, died Wednesday. She was 100.