Tag: SF

Bus full of inmates breaks down en route to SF jail

A San Francisco Sheriff’s Department convoy transporting dozens of prisoners to jail at the Hall of Justice was temporarily stuck…

6 days ago

Northern California wildfire smoke prompts Bay Area air quality advisory

Smoke from wildfires in Northern California prompted air quality officials to issue an advisory for the Bay Area on Sunday…

2 weeks ago

Motorcyclist killed in hit-and-run collision in Potrero Hill

San Francisco police on Saturday arrested a driver who fled the scene of a hit-and-run collision that killed a motorcyclist…

4 weeks ago

Checkered past of contractor in SF Muni tunnel death raises ‘red flag’

Public records reviewed Wednesday revealed another case where the contractor under scrutiny after a steel beam fell and killed a…

1 month ago

SF teenager killed in quadruple shooting ‘way too young to die’

The teenager killed in a quadruple shooting near the border of the Excelsior early Saturday morning has been identified as…

1 month ago

SF Marathon kicks off with thousands of runners expected

The 41st annual San Francisco Marathon is under way on Sunday morning, with more than 27,500 runners expected to participate.…

2 months ago

SFPD arrests 39 Occupy ICE protesters in encampment sweep

Dozens of protesters were arrested early Monday morning when San Francisco police raided an encampment of activists calling for the…

3 months ago

SF supes to reconsider Joe Marshall for Police Commission

The Board of Supervisors is expected to decide whether a former member of San Francisco Police Commission will return to…

3 months ago