One person suffered moderate smoke inhalation and three people were displaced in a two-alarm structure fire Thursday evening in the Tenderloin.
Jurors found Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, the 45-year-old Mexican citizen charged in the fatal shooting of Kate Steinle, not guilty.
Electrical service was restored at the main campus of San Francisco State University after the earlier closure of their main campus.
San Francisco State University has announced the closure of their main campus for the rest of Thursday due to a power outage.
Five people were injured in a two-alarm fire at a senior apartment building in San Francisco’s Mission Dolores neighborhood Thursday afternoon.
Officials broke ground on a $20 million project morning that will transform Second Street.
A two-alarm fire was brought under control Wednesday night in San Francisco’s Mission District.
Legislation that would require companies testing delivery robots in San Francisco to get a permit was approved unanimously in committee.
The winner of a Powerball lottery ticket that was sold in Oakland and is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars has yet to come forward.
Sales of recreational cannabis will begin in January following the approval of regulations for the new industry.
Two railroad train tanker cars that were leaking carbon dioxide Monday have were relocated Tuesday to a private facility in Benicia.
Muni’s 30-foot diesel hybrid coaches are nearing the end of their useful lives and are in need of replacement.
Seventy percent of those surveyed rated overall Muni service as “excellent” or “good,” and eight percent as “poor.”
An inmate at the Santa Rita jail in Dublin was found dead early Tuesday morning in his cell.
A Fairfield-area transient was arrested Monday on suspicion of felony animal cruelty that led to the death of a kitten.
The Colma City Council voted unanimously last week to appoint an employee with 14 years experience working for the Town of Colma as city manager.
Three snaps. Two throws. One touchdown. That was all Kyle Shanahan needed to see.
San Francisco supervisors voted to rescind the sale of a private street that was put up for auction by The City’s tax collector after a …
A union that represents several thousand city of Oakland employees filed a lawsuit Tuesday that accuses city leaders of violating the city’s charter.
A man accused of killing and robbing a San Francisco resident who he had befriended has a history of preying on sick elderly men in the gay community, prosecutors alleged in court Tuesday.