Feds Sue Uber For Overcharging People with Disabilities By Using 'Wait Time' FeesThe U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit against Uber on Wednesday, accusing the ride-hailing service with violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by charging extra fees to disabled passengers who need additional time to get into a vehicle.
Robbery Attempt By Fake Pest Control Worker Foiled In San FranciscoA man disguised as a pest control worker was apparently in the process of robbing a business he had been let into in San Francisco when a security guard chased him away.
San Francisco Supervisors Approve Fully-Paid Leave For New ParentsSan Francisco has approved a measure making it the first place in the nation to require businesses to provide fully paid leave for new parents.
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Suspect Arrested In Series Of Nob Hill Groping IncidentsSan Francisco police have arrested a man for groping several women in the Nob Hill section of San Francisco.
Vernon Davis Holdout Sends Stock In 1st Publicly-Traded Player SlidingLess than two months after becoming the first professional athlete to sell shares in his future earnings, 49er tight end Vernon Davis says he's unwilling to join the San Francisco 49ers until a more lucrative contract can be worked out.
Man Tries To Ram San Francisco Police Car As Officers Respond To Car TheftA man tried to ram into a San Francisco police car in the city’s Western Addition neighborhood Saturday night, police said Monday.
Bay Area Home Buyers Need Four Times Income Of Some Other U.S. Residents To Afford Average HomeA study from home mortgage tracker HSH.com indicates the average worker in the San Francisco Bay Area needs to earn $137,129 a year to buy the median-priced home in the region, more than four times the salary required in the five cheapest metropolitan areas: Cleveland ($29k), Pittsburgh ($30k), St. Louis ($31), Cincinnati ($31) and Detroit ($32k).
KPIX 5 Poll: San Franciscans Overwhelmingly Want Ballot Measure For Warriors ArenaThe survey of 500 San Francisco residents found overwhelming support remains for the team crossing the bay from Oakland. Only 17 percent of respondents said they opposed the move, with 68 percent of those polled saying they were in favor of welcoming the Warriors. However, an even larger segment - 72 percent - said the arena project should be voted on by San Franciscans before it can be built.
Facebook Joins Google In Providing Worker Commute Ferry On San Francisco BayFollowing in the footsteps of Google, Facebook is now shuttling workers to the South Bay via luxury catamaran.
Developer Offers Vision For The Future Of Candlestick ParkThe development company that will reshape the Candlestick Park area after the structure is demolished has released a video of what they expect the site to look like upon completion.
Shortened America’s Cup Schedule Impacts Bay Area BusinessesSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is optimistic about the shortened schedule for this summer’s America’s Cup races, but many small businesses feel as if they have been left to take on water in choppy seas.
Activists Occupying SF Hayes Valley Farm Turn Back Tree-Cutters, Vow To StayActivists occupying the former site of Hayes Valley Farm in San Francisco said they locked out workers sent to cut trees down Friday morning and that they plan a live music event and neighborhood barbecue this weekend.
San Francisco Events Mark Harvey Milk DayThe late San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk was being remembered in a series of events Wednesday, on what would have been his 83rd birthday.
Phil Matier: BART Considering $900M Renovation Of 2 SF StationsBART is considering rebuilding and expanding the Embarcadero and Montgomery St. stations in downtown San Francisco.