Thursday 3/2311:44 am
By Sara Gaiser and Keith Burbank
A San Francisco man arrested early Thursday morning in connection with an attempted kidnapping in the city's West Portal neighborhood on Wednesday has been identified.
Wednesday 2/1510:40 pm
By Sara Gaiser, Jade Atkins and Keith Burbank
San Francisco fire officials say a crane and concrete slab on a South of Market high-rise construction project that were unstable and considered at risk of falling earlier Wednesday have been secured and the incident has been resolved.
Wednesday 2/158:51 pm
By Julia Cheever
A state appeals court in San Francisco has reduced a 27-year sentence to 12 years in prison for a Richmond woman who shot and severely injured a man who attacked her father.
Tuesday 2/148:04 am
By Dan McMenamin
Homeless people and their supporters are gathering in San Francisco's Civic Center area Tuesday to draw attention to the disparate impact homelessness has on African Americans in celebration of Black History Month.
Tuesday 2/141:31 am
By Bay City News
More lawsuits have been filed as homeowners, the developer and government agencies battle over San Francisco's troubled Millennium Tower, a luxury high rise that has sunk farther than expected since its completion in 2009.