All Bay, All Day
An 82-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries when a car struck him near San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf on Wednesday evening, police said.
Around 6:55 p.m., officers responded to a report of a crash involving a vehicle and pedestrian near the corner…
A man suffered a life-threatening injury early this afternoon in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood, police said.
A man found with life-threatening burns in San Francisco's Mission District on Tuesday has succumbed to his injuries.
Police are searching for two suspects in a shooting that happened Saturday night in San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood.
Pacific Gas and Electric crews are working to restore power to 1,600 customers in San Francisco's Richmond District who are still without power from an outage that started earlier today.
Police are investigating a fatal collision involving a motorcycle in San Francisco's Japantown Wednesday night.
San Francisco's Westfield San Francisco Centre shopping mall near Market and Fifth streets is closed this morning because of a suspicious package.
A man was found dead Saturday afternoon in Vallejo at Lake Dalwigk Park.
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission crews Friday morning are working to repair a water main break in San Francisco.
A large outside fire broke out in San Francisco's Potrero Hill.
A 21-year-old San Francisco man suffered a traumatic brain injury but is expected to survive after being hit Muni light-rail vehicle in the Dogpatch neighborhood.
A wayward piglet found running loose in San Francisco's Mission District last week has found a new home.
One man is dead and another is in the hospital after a hit-and-run in San Francisco Saturday evening.
Fire officials said a three-alarm fire in San Francisco's North Panhandle neighborhood was contained Saturday evening.
A motorcyclist was seriously injured in a collision near San
Francisco's Alamo Square on Tuesday night
Firefighters and medics are responding to a crash involving a tour bus in San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood.
Police said the San Rafael Police Department reopened this evening after it closed earlier today because of a suspicious package.
Transit service on the J Church Line in San Francisco returned to normal Saturday evening after crews repaired a sewer main and filled a sinkhole.
A counter system has now tallied more than 1 million bike trips that were made this year on a main thoroughfare in San Francisco.
San Francisco Supervisors unanimously affirmed the Final Subsequent Environmental Impact Report certification for the Warriors' proposed multi-use arena.
Twenty-four projects designed to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety have been completed ahead of schedule.
A shooter at California Pacific Medical Center's St. Luke's campus in San Francisco's Mission District Tuesday afternoon has been "neutralized."
An active shooter is on the loose in the area of California Pacific Medical Center's St. Luke's campus in the Mission.
One building is threatening to collapse and another has been evacuated at the scene of a three-alarm blaze involving a tire shop.
Surrounded by gentrification and change, San Franciscans came together Monday night for Day of the Dead.
A man suffered serious injuries when he was stabbed in the chest in San Francisco's Mission District early Sunday morning.
A 62-year-old man was taken to San Francisco General Hospital Wednesday after a suspect allegedly struck the man on the forehead and robbed him in the city's Mission District.
Construction of San Francisco's first raised bike lane will get underway Monday.
The famously free Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival once again takes over Golden Gate Park this weekend.
Activists fighting a ban against nudity in San Francisco today won the right to hold a "Nude In" and naked march.
Two men were shot in San Francisco's Mission District late Monday night.
San Francisco sheriff's deputies are now eligible to patrol city streets.
Thousands of runners will take to the streets of San Francisco on Sunday morning during the Giant Rac
A herd of red mopeds driven by employees and customers of San Francisco-based Scoot Networks tooted their horns and circled Civic Center Plaza.
Despite several years of a steadily decreasing murder rate in Richmond, the first half of this year has been particularly bloody.
California Highway Patrol officers spent nearly two hours scrambling to catch a German Shepherd loose on East Bay highways Thursday morning.