House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Takes Heat Over Visit To San Francisco Hair SalonHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi is getting heat over a solo hair salon visit in San Francisco at a time when California businesses are limited by concern over coronavirus.
San Joaquin County Escapees Back In Custody After Running From SF Rehab CenterA San Joaquin County inmate who escaped from a rehab facility in San Francisco last week has been brought back into custody.
San Francisco Cafes Are Banishing Disposable Coffee CupsA new cafe culture is brewing in the San Francisco area, where a growing number of coffee houses are banishing paper to-go cups and replacing them with everything from glass jars to rental mugs and BYO cup policies.
Weekend Road Closures Announced For Bay BridgeCaltrans announced that they will be closing lanes on the Bay Bridge this weekend for maintenance, affecting traffic going in and out of the San Francisco days before Thanksgiving.
Police Searching For Archer Suspected Of Shooting People In Bay Area Homeless EncampmentPolice are searching for an archer who shot arrows at a homeless encampment in the San Francisco Bay Area, striking two men in the abdomen.
$20,000 Dali Etching Stolen From San Francisco GalleryAuthorities say a brazen thief stole a Salvador Dali etching valued at $20,000 from a San Francisco gallery, then walked off down the street with the work in his hand.
4 People Killed In Wrong-Way Crash In San FranciscoFour people were killed after a wrong-way crash on northbound Highway 101 in San Francisco.
You Can No Longer Buy Bottled Water At SFOAir travelers to and from the City by the Bay will now experience water in new ways.
Plane Catches Fire In United Hanger At San Francisco International AirportA plane has caught fire at a maintenance facility at San Francisco International Airport.
San Francisco Pride Parade Halted To Protest PoliceThe San Francisco parade was stopped for nearly an hour when demonstrators linked arms in the street to protest police presence at the march.
Jamal Trulove, Man Framed By SFPD For Murder, To Receive $13.1M From CityA man who spent more than six years in prison after police framed him for murder is expected to receive a $13.1 million settlement from city of San Francisco on Tuesday.