Amber Lee reports from San Francisco.
Christien Kafton reports from San Francisco.
The parade through Chinatown typically attracts hundreds of thousands of people.
The Chinese New Year Parade starts at 6 p.m. on Saturday.
The sound and smoke from firecrackers is already filling the air in San Francisco's Chinatown, as the city prepares to ring in the new year.
A second arrest has been made in a brutal robbery caught on video in San Francisco's Chinatown over the summer.
San Francisco city leaders joined dozens of Chinatown residents late Tuesday afternoon for a rally in the wake of a violent attack that injured three elderly men.
A shocking crime caught on video shows three men beaten up, one knocked to the ground apparently out cold, by a group of men who launched a violent attack.
The latest attack was caught on cell phone video and involved three victims
San Francisco Police say they've made a major break in a case that shook Chinatown.
Business owners in San Francisco Chinatown say their businesses are hurting after dark and the vibrancy that a healthy nightlife once brought to the area is now gone.
San Francisco's Public Utilities Commission is rolling out 12,500 new LED street lamps, designed to be brighter and greener. Tara Moriarty reports.
San Francisco Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect accused of attempting to rob a Chinatown jewelry store at gunpoint last month.
Dragons, floats, and firecrackers are the big attractions in San Francisco this Saturday when tens of thousands of people gather in San Francisco for the annual Chinese New Year Parade.
A campaign in San Francisco called, Eat Chinatown, launched recently as part of the Chinese New Year celebration.
The driver of the Toyota crashed into another vehicle before slamming into a Muni bus stop in Chinatown. Amber Lee reports.
The crash happened in San Francisco's Chinatown. Rob Malcolm reports.
The wake for well-known San Francisco Chinatown activist Rose Pak was held Friday night at the Green Street Mortuary.
Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown talks about the impact of Rose Pak, an influential San Francisco civic leader who passed away on September 17.
San Francisco's Chinatown has for generations been the first stop for new immigrants, but things are changing as the forces that have transformed other SF neighborhoods are at work in Chinatown.