Christien Kafton is a reporter based out of KTVU's San Francisco bureau.
San Francisco is cleaning up after this weekend’s storms. The city is clearing downed trees and branches and pools of standing water.
In San Francisco, the Public Utilities Commission spent the day checking catch basins, many now filled with water or covered in debris.
Chase Center is ready to host the Warriors home opener Thursday night after the Department of Building Inspection has given the venue the all clear following a pair of falls at a Sunday night concert. The venue has said it is safe and ready for Dubs fans.
Health experts say new FDA COVID booster shot guidelines opens the way for a lot more people who've been waiting to get that booster to get the shot.
San Francisco will now offer cash rewards in exchange for turning in criminals trafficking stolen goods.
A Phish concert in San Francisco on Sunday turned tragic after a fan fell to his death, officials said. Two other concertgoers were seriously injured in a separate falling incident.
Since June, San Francisco has been telling city workers to get vaccinated. The health order saying workers who have occasional high risk COVID-19 exposure including fire fighters and police officers had until today to vaccinate or risk losing their jobs.
San Francisco's Mayor London Breed pitched a new plan Tuesday to help create more homes in the city. The idea is to turn old gas stations and unused parking lots into multi-unit housing.
San Francisco and the entire Bay Area is on alert with high wind advisories in place. Officials are on watch for downed trees and power lines.
High winds are putting emergency officials and residents of San Francisco on high alert. Downed trees and debris in the streets can pose significant risk to residents in the city.