San Francisco police are hoping members of the public with information will come forth as they search for clues in the Friday night shooting they say claimed the life of a 16-year-old girl and put a 45-year-old woman in the hospital.
San Francisco police say a Friday evening shooting in the Bayview neighborhood left two victims with life-threatening injuries.
The San Francisco Medical Examiner's Office released the identity of the pedestrian struck and killed by a hit and run driver on Treasure Island Thursday night.
San Francisco has one of the highest COVID-19 vaccination rates in the world, but it is still seeing a sharp 10-fold increase in infections, primarily among the unvaccinated.
A San Francisco couple notched a record nearly half-million-dollar buyout to vacate their apartment of three decades, underscoring the lengths some landlords will go to to get rid of long-term tenants.
The first-place San Francisco Giants made a big splash just before the trade deadline Friday, getting third baseman Kris Bryant from the Chicago Cubs for two minor leaguers.
With the growing threat of the delta variant, Mayor London Breed said the city needs to consider being diligent despite having about 77% of its eligible population vaccinated.
Customers at hundreds of San Francisco bars and restaurants are now greeted by staff asking: “Do you mind showing me your vaccine card and your ID please?”
Janice Mirikitani, a beloved San Francisco poet laureate who together with her husband ran the city’s Glide Memorial Church, which caters to the poor and homeless, has died. She was 80.
Janice Mirikitani was married to the Rev. Cecil Williams, who transformed Glide Memorial Church from a traditional Methodist church to a decidedly liberal one that advocated for gay rights and welcomed members from all walks of life. KTVU's Jana Katsuyama reports.
At least 100 businesses have been sued or received demand letters alleging ADA violations, such as inaccessible front doors and restrooms, Chinatown officials said. They said many of the lawsuits involve the same two plaintiffs.
Schools throughout the Bay Area say they're ready to welcome students back into the classroom for the first time in nearly a year and a half.
Apple says about half of its 270 retail stores in the United States require customers to mask up if they head indoors.
Google, Facebook and Lyft are all mandating in-person employees get vaccinated. It's a new effort from private companies as coronavirus cases rise across the state.
John Arntz is the director of elections for the county and city of San Francisco. Once the Lieutenant Governor set the date for the gubernatorial recall election, Arntz and other election chiefs statewide began staffing up and doing the work they usually have more than a year to do—in just weeks.
A former executive with Recology -- the company contracted by San Francisco to handle waste collection -- has agreed to plead guilty and cooperate with federal investigators looking into corruption at City Hall, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Wednesday.
A member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday introduced a resolution to rename a street in the city's Anza Vista neighborhood after an elderly Asian man who died after being violently shoved to the ground in January.
Gov. Gavin Newsom's wine shop in San Francsico, PlumpJack Wine & Spirits, was broken into again Tuesday morning.
The judge agreed with the alumni association that the school board failed to follow the California Environmental Quality Act and conduct an environmental review when it made its decision to cover up the mural.
A new survey by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association shows 63% of owners back a vaccine mandate. But restaurant owners have different ideas about how to move forward safely.