A San Francisco police officer who prosecutors say unnecessarily beat a man with a baton near Fisherman’s Wharf in October ...
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors approved a proposal Tuesday to make permanent changes to ...
It’s almost spring in San Francisco, and some good news is blooming. Last week, the Board of Supervisors breathed more life ...
On Tuesday, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco announced that the de Young museum will open to the public starting ...
Fresh off the first regular-season title since the 2013-14 season, the fourth-ranked Stanford women’s basketball team is ...
The 124th Big Game will take place Nov. 20, but there are other highlights to the Cal and Stanford football schedules in 2021 ...
San Francisco researchers have found an effective way to help homeless residents suffering from mild to moderate cases of COVID-19: House them in hotel rooms, thus lowering the burden on hospitals ...
San Francisco Police have arrested a suspect in a June Tenderloin shooting that injured five people. The suspect opened fire from a gray van on the 200 block of Leavenworth Street around 3:18 p.m. on ...
Like some locked-down Netflixers, Bonnie Tyler thoroughly enjoyed last summer’s “Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga,” the streaming service’s hilarious tale of two underdog Icelandic ...
Cable cars are coming back, and with them, San Francisco’s mojo, supporters say. “Now you know we are not San Francisco without cable cars,” Mayor London Breed said on Tuesday during a press ...
San Francisco will allow indoor dining and other activities to resume Wednesday after The City moved out of the state’s most restrictive COVID purple tier. As COVID cases continue to decline across ...
San Francisco supervisors on Monday announced a proposal to expand summer programs and provide them free to all San Francisco ...