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.
People living in one San Francisco neighborhood say they're frustrated about how police responded to a late night sideshow this weekend.
Hundreds of Iranian Americans took to the streets of San Francisco once again on Saturday to protest the Iranian government. The demonstration, which began at Union Square, eventually wound its way through the streets to City Hall.
The wrath of Hurricane Ian is being felt from coast to coast. The storm has forced The Travelin’ McCourys to drop out of their scheduled Saturday performance at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass.
Critical Mass, a monthly street demonstration in San Francisco that was rooted in controversy, celebrated its 30th anniversary Friday night.
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.
The JustAnswer National Mental Health Center is set to open next week in Lviv. A drone pilot school is also in the works. The San Francisco-based company employs nearly 300 workers in Ukraine.
Following a two-year restoration project, the Japanese Tea Garden's towering red pagoda in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park has been officially revived to its full glory, 107 years after its appearance at the 1915 world's fair.
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.
Before John Burris became the go-to lawyer for Northern California families grieving a loved one killed by police, the civil rights legend was a child suspicious of the Santa Claus narrative.
For the first time since before the pandemic, music lovers can roll out their picnic blankets at Golden Gate Park to and listen to live music at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival.
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins is taking a tougher approach to the city's drug crisis.
A strike involving San Francisco International Airport restaurant employees has ended after the workers' union reached an agreement with the airport's consortium of restaurants, union officials announced Thursday.
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.
Two suspects connected to an armed robbery during last weekend's Portola Music Festival in San Francisco were arrested, police say.
The Coalition on Homelessness has filed a lawsuit alleging that San Francisco has violated the civil rights of the city's homeless.
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.
Multiple demonstrations were held by union workers at Bay Area airports on Tuesday. At Oakland Airport, Southwest Airlines flight attendants held a picket line, as part of a nationwide labor action demanding a new contract.
San Francisco police are looking for a man who they said ran away after he tried to stab a Muni driver Tuesday morning after the two had some sort of verbal fight on the bus.
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.