It's LeatherWeek in San Francisco. What does that mean? It's time for kink enthusiasts to get their gear on in preparation for Sunday's main event — Folsom Street Fair, which marks 40 years in the city.
San Francisco supervisors are sparring over a plan to get drug users off the streets and into wellness centers.
A new art exhibit puts a spotlight on the lives of native San Franciscans and their journeys on Muni.
San Francisco leaders rolled out a city-wide response to racist attacks. The city says it has plans to streamline the response to hate crimes and make sure victims get the help they need.
With a Native American blessing, a celebration in song and cheers from an exuberant crowd, the T-Third line officially started its new route connecting Chinatown to Sunnydale and the Bayview in the new Central Subway Saturday.
A man is in serious condition after being rescued from a hotel on fire Friday in San Francisco, officials said.
A fire over the weekend devastated a legacy business in San Francisco. But owner Mike Lynch said he is determined to rebuild with the help of friends and the community.
On the weekend his ‘Long Live Montero Tour’ made its way to San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, rapper Lil Nas X was seen among the audience at the city's premiere cabaret, drag, and burlesque nightclub, Oasis.
Residents are moving out of 33 Tehama in San Francisco after the latest flood and reports of burglaries in the evacuated units. Now city leaders are stepping in, looking for answers.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed spoke with KTVU's Gasia Mikaelian during Mornings on Two to discuss the new COVID-19 testing site in the SOMA District.
San Francisco police officers this week arrested a man connected to a brazen armed robbery at a doughnut shop in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood last month.
Police are investigating after a 25-year-old man died in a shooting late Saturday in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood.
Advocates are calling for an increased focus on pedestrians in San Francisco for the new year following the death of two women who were struck and killed on Thursday.
A hit-and-run driver is in custody after striking two pedestrians in San Francisco's SOMA District, killing one and leaving the other in life-threatening condition.
At the scene, officers found a 50-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound.
Police say the suspect was taken into custody after they set up a perimeter around a parking garage.
The shooting happened in the area of 4th St and Mission St in the SoMa Disctrict.
Crews say they have a lot of work that still needs to be done before they can clear the scene.
San Francisco's oldest gay bar, The Stud, announced Wednesday it will permanently close its current location due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Erika Mena tells her story of losing a job as a chef, becoming homeless and moving into an affordable housing unit in SoMa