The new order discourages unnecessary travel as San Francisco sees a surge in COVID-19 cases and ICU beds near capacity. Those who are traveling for critical needs or activities are exempt.
Christien Kafton reports on the new mandatory quarantine period that travelers coming to San Francisco must adhere by.
The group is upset about the latest coronavirus stay-at-home order.
San Francisco's mayor says criticism of her French Laundry visit is "fair."
Governor Newsom isn't alone in dining at an exclusive Napa Co. restaurant. It appears San Francisco Mayor London Breed went to a small dinner party at The French Laundry too.
San Francisco's mayor said she may order tighter rules on gatherings, a mandatory quarantine for travelers and reduced capacity in public places.
San Francisco's St. Mary's Cathedral will temporarily shelter 67 homeless individuals through January 2021 as part of an interfaith program's 32nd year of service.
Four San Francisco supervisors on Thursday announced a plan to introduce legislation to keep the city's shelter-in-place hotels open for more than 2,300 vulnerable homeless residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed said Friday a sudden increase in COVID patients prompted the change.
The iconic marquee at San Francisco's Ghirardelli Square is lit up once again for the first time in months.
“I’ve been really frustrated about what I see happening with our children in San Francisco,” said Mayor London Breed as she attended a midday event in the city.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed signed a $13.6 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year. It includes funding for the city's COVID-19 response, homelessness and behavioral health.
San Francisco is the first Bay Area county to move from red to orange in the state's color coded coronavirus rating system.
Christien Kafton reports.
The "Just Add Music" permit being issued by the city's Entertainment Commission allows businesses and others to create lively atmospheres.
The letter mentions that Breed, as Mayor, has the authority to temporarily restrict gatherings due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The City Attorney's Office on Thursday filed separate lawsuits against each of the defendants claiming that they don't live in the area but instead travel from all around the Bay Area to distribute drugs in the Tenderloin.
Leigh Martinez reports.
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.
Christien Kafton reports.