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
Workers are still reacting to being evacuated from downtown after a construction mishap prompted a scare.
The high-rise building that prompted a scare when a crane support failed has been stabilized, officials say. Allie Rasmus reports.
Firefighters ordered the evacuation of a high-rise over fears that a concrete slab could fall from a high-rise currently under construction.
The Stud, one of San Francisco’s historic gay bars, recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, but now the community is rallying to help keep it open in light of a massive rent increase.