There have been six deadly officer-involved shootings in the Bay Area since Easter.
There's been a deadly police shooting in Richmond, Oakland, San Leandro, San Jose, Half Moon Bay and South San Francisco, all of which have taken place since Easter. Henry Lee reports.
South San Francisco police were alerted to a fight at the Chevron gas station at 110 Hickey Blvd shortly after 5:30 a.m. Sunday.
The incident unfolded shortly after 5:30 a.m. Sunday.
The South San Francisco-based company posted a message on its website, saying it is not taking any orders and temporarily shutting down, on the guidance of health authorities.
It was about 7:50 p.m. when the pedestrian was struck while outside the crosswalk in the first lane of southbound El Camino Real in South San Francisco, police said. The injured pedestrian was taken to a trauma center.
The third alarm was called in order to trade out fire crews who had been working to put out the blaze for nearly six hours. The fire is said to be contained to a pile of trash.
The attack on November 2 injured a United States Postal Service worker in South San Francisco
A North Carolina man who has never taken a step in his life went on a hike Friday in South San Francisco.
South San Francisco originated in the late 19th century as a site for the establishment of stockyards and a market place for cattle.
South San Francisco police shot and killed a man who neighbors say was armed with a shotgun in the middle of a quiet cul-de-sac.
Children in South San Francisco's Boys & Girls Clubs could potentially write their way out of poverty and into high tech careers with a special coding class put on by Google, AmeriCorps VISTA volunteers, and the Boys & Girls Club.