President Donald J. Trump Monday evening threatened military force against members the American public.
An San Francisco State University employee has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and is being treated by a local medical center, according to campus officials. In …
A 45-year-old man was arrested at Buena Vista Park Saturday morning after unsuccessfully attempting to start a small fire.
For once this season, all cylinders were running for San Francisco Tuesday night.
Another long-time San Francisco bar appears to have bowed out of business.
A preliminary magnitude 4.5 earthquake shook awake Bay Area residents at 2:39 a.m. Thursday morning.
Scrubbing toilets and hosing down feces-splattered public bathrooms is the last job any 75-year-old deserves.
Billionaire Sheldon Adelson has backed away from a $1.9 billion plan to relocate the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas.
San Francisco wasted little time in jettisoning tight end Bruce Miller after his latest run-in with the law.
The Golden State Warriors are jumping to the FM dial with a sweeping multi-year deal.
For the second time in five nights, armed robbers brandishing handguns entered The Bar on Dolores in Noe Valley.
Two armed suspects in ski masks stormed a bar at Dolores and 29th Streets Sunday night, making off with cash and injuring a patron.
Just slightly behind schedule, the wail of an air horn pierced whispers of fog fighting to form above Ocean Beach.
In an industry starving for fresh business models, it’s no surprise media Goliaths like Hearst have clawed their way to the crowdfunding teat.
The carcass of a bottlenose dolphin was removed from Ocean Beach Monday.
Die-hard Candlestick Park devotees will recognize its final remaining fragments, but even those are quickly fading.
A pair of deadly collisions left two people dead in separate fatal Caltrain accidents Monday in Menlo Park and San Francisco.
An employee from Berkeley’s Elmwood Cafe pounded on a window at Bay Area comedian W. Kamau Bell.
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One person has been shot in the Mission District as San Francisco burst into spontaneous World Series celebration.