San Francisco's board of supervisors on Tuesday unanimously passed legislation for permanent public parklets for outdoor dining beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Francisco's mayor and police chief say recent videos of high profile crimes in the city don't tell the whole story. They're saying there are some areas where crime is down, but say there's a lot of hard work ahead.
San Francisco's 4th of July fireworks show is on. The city is celebrating the reopening of it's waterfront, and after more than a year of relative quiet, the waterfront is bustling.
It's mid-June but for some students in San Francisco, today is the first day back to school. KTVU toured one of the city's summer together programs, the mayor says is aimed at getting students back on track after a rough year.
California Attorney General Rob Bonta, Governor Gavin Newsom, Mattie Scott from the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, and Robyn Thomas from the Giffords Law Center are holding a press conference in San Francisco to announce action in the California assault weapons ban case, Miller v. Bonta.
San Francisco's Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a drug sobering center that will provide 20 short-term beds and support services for people at risk of drug overdoses.
San Francisco supervisors voted 7 - 4 to make the San Francisco Municipal Railway free from July 1 to September 1.
San Francisco's rate of accidental drug overdoses, hospitalizations, and deaths is outpacing the city's expanding teams of crisis intervention specialists.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Friday announced plans to create a new Street Overdose Response Team to address drug overdoses happening on city streets as overdose deaths linked to fentanyl have reached an all-time high.
As San Francisco, as well as the entire state, prepares for a full reopening next month after more than a year of COVID-19 restrictions, city officials on Thursday announced the reopening of several more activities.
San Francisco leaders are launching a new effort to clean up the Mid-Market neighborhood. City leaders say this is part of a broader effort to try to resolve the homelessness, mental health and substance abuse problems.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed and officials with the SFMTA gathered Friday to bring back the long-awaited F-Line and Muni subway service.
San Francisco city officials on Monday launched a new program to help restaurants, bars, and other food and beverage businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic seeking to apply for federal aid.
Mayors from California's biggest cities have banded together asking state leaders for $20 billion to combat homelessness.
Mayor London Breed on Monday said she has nominated City Attorney Dennis Herrera to lead the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission as general manager.
Starting on Thursday, San Francisco will resume indoor events and performances with live audiences -- albeit with capacity limits -- in accordance with newly eased state guidelines.
The San Francisco Sheriff's Department's City Hall security unit received a call from emergency dispatch reporting a caller who claimed a bomb had been placed in the mayor's office Wednesday afternoon.
Sunday Streets returns to San Francisco in October, city officials announced on Monday. But there’s plenty of city sanctioned opportunity to safely enjoy the outdoors in the meantime.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed made the comments following a COVID-19 update.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed provided the update shortly after 11 a.m. on Thursday, April 1, 2021.