Bay City News

Feb 14, 2018
San Francisco Castro Mission

Barricaded Suspect Dies In Mission Dolores

Police said the man died this morning after an hours-long standoff. Read More

Feb 02, 2018
Jan 23, 2018
San Francisco

Supervisors Seek To Expand Immigrant Legal Defense Funding

The move is a direct response to increased enforcement activity by federal agencies. Read More

Jan 23, 2018

New Bill Seeks To Deter Vehicle Break-Ins

A new law proposed by State Senator Scott Weiner would make it easier to prosecute auto burglars. Read More

Jan 11, 2018
Dec 07, 2017
San Francisco Excelsior

2 Dogs Sought In Fatal Chihuahua Mauling Now In Custody

Typically, a hearing is held to determine the fate of potentially dangerous dogs. Read More

Dec 04, 2017
San Francisco

SFMTA Board To Vote On Citywide Demand-Based Parking Program

Drivers may see parking rates surge in the city's busiest areas. Read More

Nov 16, 2017
San Francisco Alamo Square Fillmore Western Addition

Third Baptist Church Designated A City Landmark

Ms. Jane Smith, a 99-year-old member of the church's congregation, attended the signing ceremony. Read More

Oct 25, 2017
San Francisco Outer Sunset

Sunset Elementary Principal To Be Honored In Washington

Sophie Lee previously received the Mayor's Principal of the Year award. Read More

Oct 16, 2017
San Francisco Lake Shore

Supes To Approve $8.25M Lake Merced Shooting Range Settlement

The club's closure left behind contamination from lead pellets and clay pigeons. Read More

Oct 03, 2017
San Francisco

Bike 'Chop Shop' Legislation Passes In 9-2 Vote

However, Sup. Ronen argued the the legislation was "meaningless" and would not address bicycle theft. Read More

Oct 02, 2017
Sep 27, 2017
San Francisco Union Square

After 64 Years, Union Square Flower Stand Operator Loses Permit

Closed for more than a year, critics said the stand had become an eyesore. Read More

Sep 24, 2017
San Francisco Russian Hill

Suspect Killed After Russian Hill Hostage Standoff

The suspect held his wife and two children hostage for several hours. Read More

Sep 21, 2017

Oakland Synagogue Vandalized With Anti-Semitic Slurs

Police said the incident is being investigated as vandalism and a hate crime. Read More

Sep 19, 2017
Sep 19, 2017
San Francisco SoMa

Pedestrian Killed While Walking On Highway 80 Early This Morning

Here's the tragic reason why the highway was closed early this morning. Read More

Sep 13, 2017
San Francisco

Proposed Glass Ban In City Parks Moves Forward

The legislation was stripped of a controversial $1,000 fine for littering and dumping in Dolores Park. Read More

Sep 12, 2017
San Francisco

Puff, Puff, Pause: Supervisors Pass Moratorium On New Dispensaries

Supervisors said they need time to create new rules before full legalization kicks in next year. Read More

Sep 12, 2017
San Francisco Mission

CPMC To Keep Inpatient Nursing Beds Even After St. Luke's Closure

The announcement marks a reversal for hospital officials, who planned to close the facility next month. Read More

Sep 08, 2017
Aug 31, 2017

Oakland Mayor, Advocates To Defend DACA In 'Emergency Vigil' Tonight

According to Mayor Libby Schaaf, 17,000 people in Oakland and Alameda County are DACA-eligible. Read More

Aug 31, 2017
Aug 30, 2017
San Francisco Ingleside

8 Injured After Woman Runs Red Light In Ingleside [Updated]

The driver struck several vehicles, some parking meters, a tree and a number of pedestrians. Read More