About 65,000 people or more marched in San Francisco Saturday afternoon in the 2018 Women’s March.
A 70-year-old driver was injured when he drove over a curb and crashed into a building and this afternoon in San Francisco’s Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights neighborhood.
Canine influenza, better known as “dog flu,” has been diagnosed in a number of dogs in the South Bay recently, veterinarians said.
Tens of thousands of people – public officials, social justice organizations and private individuals – are gearing up for the Women’s Marches held throughout the Bay Area and the world today.
The wait is over for BART passengers as the first “Fleet of The Future” 10-car train went into service Friday.