3 Injured, 10 Displaced After Escaping San Francisco Apartment FireThree people were injured and 10 displaced in a structure fire in San Francisco's Silver Terrace neighborhood early Friday morning, fire officials said.
Pedestrian Injured After Collision With SUV In SF’s Lower Nob Hill A pedestrian is suffering non-life threatening injuries after being struck by an SUV in San Francisco's Lower Nob Hill area Friday morning.
San Francisco Pedestrian Deaths Hit 6-Year High In 2013 San Francisco pedestrian deaths hit a six-year high in 2013 with 20 deaths, two of which occurred on New Year’s Eve.
Woman Killed, 2 Others Hurt In Fremont Pedestrian CrashFremont police reopened a major intersection nearly six hours after a vehicle killed a woman and injured two others on Tuesday evening.
1 Hospitalized, 4 Displaced By San Francisco Building FireOne person was transported to a hospital and four residents were displaced following a one-alarm blaze at a residential building in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley neighborhood this morning, according to a fire dispatcher.
AC Transit Union Members To Vote On Contract DealAC Transit drivers and mechanics are voting Friday on a tentative deal reached just before a cooling off period ordered by the governor ended last week.
Covered California Health Care Grace Period Ends FridayMonday was the deadline to apply for health coverage beginning with the new year, but it was extended until Friday for those who had already started the process.
SF Mayor Will Withhold Judgment Of Mel Murphy After Twin Peaks House CollapseSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee said he will withhold judgment, for now, about the collapse of a home on Dec. 16 involving one of his political allies, Mel Murphy.
Nudity Activist Announces Plans For Naked Wedding At SF City Hall Gypsy Taub, the woman who's taken San Francisco's ban on public nudity to federal court, and her fiancé plan to wed outside of City Hall on Thursday—in the nude, naturally.
Berkeley, Oakland, BART Police Combat Spike In Robberies, Carjackings Near Ashby StationPolice from Berkeley, Oakland and Bay Area Rapid Transit have combined efforts to combat a spike in the number of armed robberies, auto thefts and carjackings in the neighborhood that straddles the North Oakland-South Berkeley border near the Ashby BART station.
Bay Area Homeless Shelters Ready For Cold SnapAs a cold snap that reached the Bay Area this week was bringing freezing temperatures, homeless cold-weather shelters were making beds and meals available to those living on the streets.
SF’s Central Subway Construction Halted For Some Holiday Shoppers The streets around San Francisco's bustling Union Square are back in order after a temporary construction moratorium on the Central Subway Project was called for holiday shoppers. Critics say that consideration wasn't extended to North Beach and Chinatown.
National Weather Service: Beware Of Big Waves At Bay Area BeachesLarge waves have been hammering the San Francisco coastline and officials are warning all but the best of swimmers to stay out of the dangerous surf.
President Greeted By Protests At SF JAZZ Center After Chinatown SpeechHundreds of protesters gathered outside the SF JAZZ Center to greet President Obama for his arrival to see a performance after a speech in SF's Chinatown.
State Senate Committee Probes California Public Utilities Commission Over SafetyA state senate subcommittee will probe the California Public Utilities Commission on Monday in San Francisco about it’s perceived lack of safety enforcement in the years since the San Bruno gas pipeline explosion.