Thousands walk in SF for Susan G. Komen Foundation

In San Francisco, more than 2,000 Bay Area residents participated in the Susan G. Komen "More Than Pink" Walk on Sunday. The walk brings support to breast cancer research, care, and advocacy.

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass makes big comeback in Golden Gate Park

It’s time again to listen to the music in Golden Gate Park. Hardly Strictly Bluegrass is back and underway; the free music festival is a fan favorite, and one of the big reasons why September and October are some of the city's busiest month for visitors.

Advocates list 100s of allegedly abusive California priests

Advocates for victims of clergy sexual abuse delivered a list of more than 300 publicly accused abusers to the Roman Catholic archbishop of San Francisco on Thursday as they urged him to release his “secret” files on credibly accused priests.

San Francisco prepares for Fleet Week 2022

San Francisco's Fleet Week begins next week. In a matter of days, Marina Green will be transformed as the Bay Area watches five Navy ships sail into the San Francisco Bay, and planes take to the air. 

Lawsuit demands San Francisco stop homeless camp sweeps

The complaint states that San Francisco “presents the image of a caring municipality” with a plan to address homelessness, but decades of inaction on affordable housing has left thousands forced to use tents and vehicles as shelter.

Double Play bar fire destroys San Francisco sports history

A storied piece of San Francisco history burned over the weekend. The city lost a piece of its history, as well as baseball history. San Francisco fire crews worked Saturday to save what they could of the Double Play Bar and Grill.