San Francisco

Top SF news: Mayor pushes for SF congestion pricing; PG&E banks on big post-bankruptcy profits; more

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in San Francisco.

London Breed presses for Sunday and evening parking meters, congestion pricing

Car-free Market Street was the first step, but traffic in downtown San Francisco is often still a nightmare at rush hour.

Read the full story on SFGATE.

PG&E banking on big profits after utility leaves bankruptcy

The dismal numbers marked a low point the San Francisco company's 114-year history as it cleaned up a financial mess caused by its liability for a series of deadly fires in 2017 and 2018. 

Read the full story on SFGATE.

Data shows drastic increase in fentanyl overdose deaths in San Francisco

The number of overdose deaths in San Francisco drastically increased in recent years, according to the Department of Public Health.

Read the full story on KRON 4 News.

‘A federal matter’: SF sheriff says department is not involved in immigration enforcement

San Francisco's mayor says the city has been targeted by the federal government over immigration policy. The mayor and law enforcement are speaking out about additional immigration enforcement agents being deployed to the Bay Area.

Read the full story on KTVU Fox 2.

'Hang up on him': Aubrey Huff goes on radio show, gets kicked off

In the wake of not being invited to the San Francisco Giants' 10-year anniversary reunion for their 2010 World Series win, former first baseman Aubrey Huff made an appearance on 95.7 The Game's "Joe, Lo & Dibs" show to defend himself, and was kicked off the air after eight minutes.

Read the full story on SFGATE.

This story was created automatically using data about news stories on social media from CrowdTangle, then reviewed by an editor. Click here for more about what we're doing. Got thoughts? Go here to share your feedback.


Never miss a story.

Subscribe today to get Hoodline delivered straight to your inbox.