Christien Kafton is a reporter based out of KTVU's San Francisco bureau.
San Francisco fire crews were sharpening their lifesaving skills at Ocean Beach Thursday as they prepare for the possibility of an emergency ocean rescue.
With the Memorial Day weekend less than a week away, the union representing U.S. Park Police officers is telling people to stay away from some of San Francisco's biggest tourist draws.
One doctor said with so many intergenerational households, it's important for kids and older adults to get vaccinated and boosted.
Lime, Scoot and Spin are now unveiling their new technology aimed at keeping the scooters off the sidewalks. The systems allow the scooters to buzz along in the green lane, but slow to 5 miles per hour if they cross onto the sidewalk.
The San Francisco Police Commission is set to take up the issues around "pretext stops," or minor vehicular infractions that some believe are used to harass people of color.
San Francisco's newest supervisor says his background and experience will help him address some of the city's biggest issues. Matt Dorsey attended his first Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday morning just one day after being sworn into office.
San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin visited Chinatown on Friday to update business owners on legal action being taken to block frivolous lawsuits that target Chinese American businesses.
San Francisco police are investigating a series of break-ins and attempts in the city's Richmond District.
More than a month after San Francisco teachers staged a sleep-in at SFUSD headquarters demanding changes to a glitchy payroll system, many of those teachers say the issue still has not been resolved.
An anti-abortion activist was seen scaling the 60-floor Salesforce tower in San Francisco on Tuesday morning, a wild scene captured on video by some awe-struck admirers. His actions were condemned by police and firefighters.