San Francisco Department of Public Health announced it is aligning with CDC guidance on fully vaccinated people and has details on safe small indoor, unmasked gatherings.
City officials on Friday announced the return of subway rail service along San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's K-Ingleside and N-Judah lines beginning next month.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission launched a mobile Clipper card app this week and made the transit-fare payment system available on iPhone and Apple Watch via Apple Pay.
A woman who was caught on video coughing on and grabbing an Uber driver in San Francisco who ended the ride because she wasn’t wearing a mask has pleaded not guilty to assault and other charges, authorities said.
Protesters gathered in San Francisco’s Mission District on Thursday to show solidarity for two men shot and killed by police, Daunte Wright in Minnesota and Roger Allen in Daly City.
San Francisco is expanding its network of neighborhood COVID-19 vaccination sites to coincide with the expanded statewide eligibility for everyone 16 and older on April 15.
A shooting in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood Wednesday afternoon left a 46-year-old woman injured, according to police.
Federal prosecutors in San Francisco announced Thursday they've charged the former vice president and group manager of Recology -- the company contracted by the city to handle waste collection -- with bribery and money laundering.
San Francisco is a city that has long relied on public transit to get people to work, school, and generally out and about. Now two supervisors want to make Muni free as part of a $10 million pilot program, paid for with stimulus funds.
Coinbase made a rousing debut on Wall Street Wednesday, with the digital currency exchange’s stock rising as high as $429, briefly giving it a market value over $100 billion.
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.
San Francisco city officials announced plans to move forward with opening a drug sobering center under a pilot program for people under the influence of drugs such as methamphetamine or fentanyl.
Two San Francisco supervisors on Tuesday proposed legislation to fund a three-month pilot program providing free public transit to boost San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency ridership, which plummeted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Golden State Warriors are preparing to welcome fans back into Chase Center on April 23.
San Francisco city officials will fence off the area of Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park to prevent the usual huge crowd of cannabis enthusiasts from partying on 4/20/ This is the second year in a row that the marijuana festival has been cancelled due to coronavirus restrictions.
The expansion comes one week after the city expanded eligibility to all residents age 16 and older in several prioritized ZIP codes that have been hit hardest by the pandemic.
Fortune Magazine this week released its annual list of 100 best companies to work for, and during an unprecedented year of shutdowns and major workplace adjustments due to the pandemic, two Bay Area companies rose to the top as the number one and two best firms based on employee input.
Officials with Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital Monday are asking for help identifying a man in the hospital's care.
Salesforce, the largest private employer in San Francisco, announced that it will reopen its global headquarters in May.
At Bret Harte Elementary School in San Francisco Monday morning there was a sight no one had seen in more than a year: students coming to school again.