The San Francisco Medical Examiner identified the man who appears to have leapt to his death at a Phish concert over the weekend as Ryan Prosser, 47, of Athens, NY.
Thanks to recent and visionary education/nutrition programs, schools are as much eating places as learning places. But, that now comes with the added burden of making sure schools can get enough food and supplies to do the job.
San Francisco will now offer cash rewards in exchange for turning in criminals trafficking stolen goods.
Federal authorities announced on Tuesday they are charging eight individuals with conspiracy connected to one of two drug trafficking operations that supplied San Francisco's Tenderloin District with various narcotics, including fentanyl.
San Francisco health officials briefly shut the city's sole In-N-Out Burger restaurant for refusing to check customers' COVID vaccination status, prompting the popular chain to fire back with sharp criticism of the "invasive" rule.
The pandemic has accentuated and accelerated an already major concern about student enrollment in California schools, prompting state experts to urge school districts to act now to avert a looming fiscal cliff.
Video shows a neighbor helping a man escape from a San Francisco house fire.
A popular singer on TikTok was robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco. The thieves made away with $30,000 worth of equipment.
San Francisco and Marin counties partially lifted their indoor mask mandates Friday, but colleges and universities in both counties plan to keep their requirements in place for now.
San Francisco police are in search of 85-year-old resident Olga Malave, who was last seen Monday morning in the 600 block of Edinburgh Street.
A Phish concert in San Francisco on Sunday turned tragic after a fan fell to his death, officials said. Two other concertgoers were seriously injured in a separate falling incident.
San Francisco's Department of Elections on Monday announced that three petitions to recall members of the San Francisco Board of Education have been certified.
Three hundred Filipino banners were installed to highlight the diversity of the community and to celebrate their strength amid the pandemic and spike in Asian hate crimes.
Transportation leaders will hear suggestions on how to make the Golden Gate Bridge safer for people on bikes.
The US will soon be getting back something it lost during the pandemic: millions of foreign tourists.
The US will soon be getting back something it lost during the pandemic: millions of foreign tourists. KTVU FOX 2's Greg Liggins reports.
As of today, mask mandates are less strict in San Francisco and Marin counties, thanks to vaccinations and compliance with rules. In many settings, you can take off your mask indoors if you're fully vaccinated.
KTVU FOX 2's Tom Vacar reports.
A homeless man killed after someone set his sleeping bag on fire last week in San Francisco's Mission District has been identified as 43-year-old Luis Temaj, the city's Medical Examiner's Office said Friday.
There's a renewed sense of urgency to keep some of the Bay Area's Latino neighborhoods affordable and accessible for the people who live there.