Christien Kafton is a reporter based out of KTVU's San Francisco bureau.
Authorities said in the early morning hours on Saturday officers on patrol in the area near Krouzian-Zekarian-Vasbouragan Armenian School on Brotherhood Way heard gunfire.
Breed says once the city is classified as "orange" on the State's tiered system, restaurants can reopen indoor dining at 25% capacity, up to 100 people.
The incident unfolded shortly after 4 a.m., according to a Facebook post on the Church's website.
Politicians and police agree the shows are dangerous and sometimes deadly, and they're adding new tools to the city's arsenal aimed at those who organize and participate in the illegal car shows.
San Francisco took the latest step inching toward normalcy, with some children getting in-person education for the first time since the shelter in place order. Schools in the city have been empty since March.
As the child care industry is gearing up for the return to work in San Francisco, there's some question if there will be enough spots to meet demand.
Starting Monday commuters will be seeing more BART trains. BART is saying the move is necessary to catch up to current ridership, the transit agency says it's the biggest increase in service since the pandemic hit.
Pacific Gas and Electric crews are still working to restore power for thousands of customers around the state and here in the Bay Area after the latest round of Public Safety Power Shutoffs.
With wildfires burning throughout the state, Governor Gavin Newsom highlighted the efforts underway to protect life and property, and warned that the worst may be yet to come.
Sky-high temperatures around the Bay have been relentless. San Francisco's reputation for cooler weather has been a lure, drawing visitors from around the Bay.