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Kenneth Rotter, who police said lives in his vehicle with his dog, was booked on suspicion of attempted murder and a handful of other charges.
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.
A project to seismically upgrade the Twin Peaks Tunnel may have to start again from square one.
San Francisco police Tuesday said they are searching for additional suspects who may be connected to a police shooting in the Castro District.
An officer-involved shooting occurred in San Francisco, police said early Wednesday morning.
Four people were arrested in the wake of a motorcycle sideshow on an interstate highway in Oakland Saturday that sparked a chase into Redwood City and Castro Valley.
AB 857 will allow The City to lease up to 10 parcels underneath highways from Caltrans at 30 percent below market rate.
An evacuation center has been set up in San Francisco's Corona Heights neighborhood Monday for residents affected by a lengthy standoff with a shooting suspect..
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved compromise legislation seeking to curb fraudulent owner move-in evictions.
At least 9 people were hospitalized after a San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency bus collided with a truck Tuesday evening.
From downtown to the Castro and beyond, a spectrum of acceptance and inclusion shined across San Francisco.
A San Francisco police officer known as the "Hot Cop of the Castro" was ordered today by a judge to stand trial on felony hit-and-run charges.
Most streets in San Francisco's Castro District have reopened late Wednesday night after an incident involving a suspicious package.
A Board of Supervisors vote on a temporary homeless shelter in San Francisco's Mission District Tuesday triggered an uncomfortable conversation among board members.
There were two inaugurations Friday, one in Washington for President Trump, and another in San Francisco to kick off the resistance.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has appointed a longtime HIV and AIDS activist as District 8 supervisor, the mayor’s office announced this morning.
Jeff Sheehy will take on the position as a replacement for the district’s former Supervisor Scott Wiener,…
Four people were displaced in the Castro Valley area when an electrical issue caused a TV to ignite, leading to a residential structure fire.
A man was found fatally stabbed in San Francisco's Castro District Monday afternoon.
Hundreds gathered at Lake Merritt and in the Castro for vigils in honor of Oakland fire victims.
A few of the A's top prospects will be jostling for roster spots after the club announced a group of non-roster invitees will compete during spring training.
A reincarnation of Muni’s Castro train shuttle is making a triumphant return to the subway next month.
Overhead wiring and support poles that support Muni’s 33-Ashbury/18th electric trolley buses will soon get replaced.
An Oakland police vehicle was rear-ended by another car while transporting a prisoner on Interstate Highway 580.
The Alameda County Sheriff's Office is asking for help to locate a 16-year-old girl who vanished after she was last seen in Castro Valley more than a week ago.
The San Francisco Department of Public Works is planning to remove a life-sized statue of a naked Donald Trump.
Police arrested a burglary suspect Wednesday morning after they found him sitting inside a Mountain View Starbucks covered in shards of glass.
A judge Thursday denied a motion for an injunction calling for increased security at San Francisco Pride events.
Police met with organizers of the Pride celebration to discuss security in the wake of Sunday's mass shooting.
Safety measures implemented as part of San Francisco's Upper Market Street Safety Project were unveiled Thursday.
A San Francisco landlord who is allegedly bullying elderly and disabled tenants into surrendering their rent-controlled apartments has been sued by The City.
Emergency personnel took a person to a hospital Tuesday morning after a stabbing in the Castro.
A one-of-kind U.S. museum will remain in San Francisco's Castro for another five years.
San Francisco firefighters battled a three-alarm fire Saturday afternoon in the Castro.
A Superior Court judge has ordered a bicyclist to stand trial for allegedly running over and killing an elderly man at Market and Castro.
A proposed new Starbucks at Market and Sanchez — within blocks of three others — has some local businesses steamed.
Sorry San Francisco nudists, the Board of Supervisors has passed a law banning public nudity except during special events.