Christien Kafton is a reporter based out of KTVU's San Francisco bureau.
The Golden State Warriors are preparing to welcome fans back into Chase Center on April 23.
Elementary school students will be back in class on Monday and ahead of the big day, Superintendent Vincent Matthews provided insight on what that return to class will look like.
It was a day of action on both sides of the Bay, mobilizing against crimes targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Health leaders say a steady vaccine supply will help enable 80% of San Franciscans to be vaccinated by mid-May, but the rescue plan's funding goes beyond COVID.
As San Francisco locked down in 2020, it opened up Slow Streets throughout the city. More than two dozen streets closed down to through traffic to help create areas where neighbors could walk, bike and exercise.
Alameda police are looking into what led to the Thursday night crash at the curbside dining area for La Penca Azul.
The organizers of SF Pride say there will be in-person events in 2021, but the annual LGBTQ parade is cancelled.
San Francisco public school students have been learning remotely for almost a year and the City Attorney's Office is applying pressure to get schools to reopen. The city filed a lawsuit last month, asking a judge to force the district to act faster.
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday met with Bay Area Asian American and Pacific Islander community leaders at a Chinese cultural center in San Francisco amid the rise in racist attacks across the country.
Home is where the heart is, and with COVID-19, it's also where the office is.