Residents Push San Francisco Officials To Clear More Homeless EncampmentsAfter clearing homeless encampments from the Tenderloin, residents are pushing the city to remove them from other neighborhoods.
San Francisco to Install Bigbelly 'Smart' Trash Cans at Nearly Every Tenderloin District IntersectionIn an effort to curb dirty streets in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood, Supervisor Matt Haney announced on Monday the installation of 68 new "smart" trash cans in the area.
Pedestrian Injured In San Francisco Tenderloin Hit & Run Crash; Suspect Driver ArrestedA woman on the sidewalk in San Francisco's Tenderloin District Thursday was hit by a woman driving an SUV who then fled, and a suspect was arrested.
San Francisco Opening New COVID-19 Mobile Testing Site In Tenderloin District; 2 Other Testing Sites To OpenSan Francisco announced Monday it was expanding its COVID-19 testing with three new testing sites, including the city's first mobile testing site in the troubled Tenderloin District.
Coronavirus Pandemic Making Plight Of San Francisco Homeless Even More IntractableThere are no tourists anymore on San Francisco’s famously twisty and steep Lombard Street. The city’s landmark hotels and posh shops are closed up tight. But one staple of San Francisco has become even more pronounced as the coronavirus pandemic chased everyone inside.
San Francisco Police Release Name Of Tenderloin Standoff SuspectPolice in San Francisco on Wednesday released the name of a man who barricaded himself inside a Tenderloin building for hours last week following an officer-involved shooting.
San Francisco 15-hour Tenderloin Police Standoff Ends; Suspect ArrestedA suspect who allegedly brandished a knife at someone was safely taken into custody late Tuesday night after barricading themselves inside a building in the Tenderloin for more than 15 hours, according to San Francisco police.
Man With Knife In Standoff With Police Following Officer-Involved Shooting In San Francisco TenderloinA man armed with a knife got into a confrontation with police in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood early Tuesday, fleeing into a vacant office building after officers fired upon him, authorities said.
SF to Pay $225,000 to Settle Lawsuit Claiming Race Bias in Tenderloin Drug ArrestsSan Francisco has agreed to pay $225,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by seven African Americans who say they were targeted because of their race in a sting intended to arrest dealers selling drugs near schools in the Tenderloin.
San Francisco To Open 1st Drug Sobering Center Under Pilot ProgramSan Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Thursday that the city will open its first drug sobering center in the Tenderloin neighborhood this spring.
SF Police Investigate Sunday Morning Homicide in Tenderloin DistrictA woman found with gunshot wounds early Sunday morning died after being taken to the hospital, San Francisco police said.
Filthy San Francisco Streets To Be Addressed In Hearing By City SupervisorSan Francisco Supervisor Matt Haney is calling on the city to address trash and filth on the streets -- something that he says has put San Francisco under an international spotlight.
Recent Pedestrian Deaths Spur New Push For Traffic Cameras In TenderloinA San Francisco supervisor wants to discourage dangerous driving and catch speeding drivers with cameras at key intersections in the city's Tenderloin District.
San Francisco Tenderloin Shooting Sends Bullets Into 98-Year-Old Woman's HomeA dispute by people in two vehicles led to shots being fired that struck the home of a 98-year-old woman in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood on Monday afternoon, police said.
'Mayor' Of San Francisco Tenderloin District Works To Provide Tech Jobs To Underserved, At-RiskHe’s known as the “Mayor” of the Tenderloin and his nonprofit trains unserved neighbors for high-tech jobs.