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After a local Black youth approached a sobbing woman by an Anza Vista Walgreens to ask if he could offer any help, late-twenty-something Brendon Kruse... [Read More]
The deafening sounds of illegal fireworks going off rang across the Bay Area Saturday night. Included in that soundtrack of thunderous claps were fire truck... [Read More]
San Francisco's COVID-19 contact tracers have "never been busier," illegal firework activity made skies glow across the Bay Area Saturday, and six people were injured... [Read More]
Despite the pandemic's tightening grip on society, one that's squeezed-out a record-setting jump in national COVID-19 cases this week, people are still enjoying nightlife revelries... [Read More]
A picture showing people Thursday packed tighter than tuna in a tin can at San Jose's Santana Row has sparked outrage (and concern), a firework... [Read More]
Former Chronicle editor Audrey Cooper is facing some stiff backlash after taking a job at WNYC — being white, not from New York, and never... [Read More]
Solano County District Attorney Krishna Abrams has officially recused herself from the investigations into a pair of officer-involved shootings in Vallejo, including the June 2... [Read More]
A hollow, corporate Black Lives Matter post on SFMOMA's Instagram drew a critical comment from an ex-employee, setting off a month of escalating drama and... [Read More]
San Francisco police aren't likely to get a lot of help in identifying some rowdy demonstrators who allegedly attacked them with wooden shields and vandalized... [Read More]
A young mountain lion that captivated the attention of San Franciscans in recent weeks after it was seen aimlessly roaming around Russian Hill and the... [Read More]
A suspect wearing a mask inspired by both the Edvard Munch painting and the horror movie franchise Scream allegedly attacked a young man on BART... [Read More]
If you have an urge to see the ocean this weekend and are planning to do so in a socially distanced manner, you had better... [Read More]
Transit advocates and planners at the SFMTA are facing a grim reality that no one could have seen coming, and it may mean a permanent... [Read More]
Employees at a Whole Foods in San Mateo tested positive for COVID-19, a San Francisco man was arrested for an alleged stabbing in Pacifica, and... [Read More]
Accused 'Boogaloo' shooter Steven Carrillo pleaded not guilty today in the fatal shooting of a federal officer, the SF City Attorney is coming after Walter... [Read More]
As a metric of where a region is in this pandemic, rising rates of hospitalization for severe COVID-19 cases is not a good sign. But... [Read More]
A recent real estate report showed one-bedroom rent prices in SF have fallen 11.8 percent — eclipsing last month's record-breaking 9 percent drop — as... [Read More]
Boudin joins district attorneys in Boston and Philly to "address the injustices of the past," but the involvement of lightning-rod organizer Shaun King is leading... [Read More]
Beware of eating shellfish caught by friends and relatives and friends of relatives this holiday weekend. [Read More]
Engineers for the Golden Gate Bridge apparently knew that there might be some humming caused by the spacing of new, thinner handrail slats that were... [Read More]
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