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Muni service delayed by train with mechanical problems

Muni Metro subway service is experiencing delays due to a mechanical problem…

Bison dies at Golden Gate Park

One of the bison living in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, an…

BART police shoot dog in SF

A BART police officer shot and wounded a dog Friday in front…

Mayor London Breed touts safety improvements along Valencia Street

Mayor London Breed and transit officials touted Friday significant safety improvements on…

Hit-and-run driver strikes motorcyclist in SoMa

A driver struck a motorcyclist and fled the scene Thursday morning in…

Hit-and-run driver with child in car strikes fire hydrant

A child was in the car when a hit-and-run driver crashed into…

SF to give away thousands of backpacks for students

Mayor London Breed and nonprofits will hand out thousands of free backpacks…

Freeway road rage triggers shooting in SF

Shots were fired on the freeway in San Francisco Tuesday afternoon in…

Films opening Friday, June 21, 2019

‘Being Frank’ a dramedy about a man with a double life

Mayor tours Sunnydale residents homes prior to budget speech

Mayor London Breed, along with members of the Board of Supervisors, met…

Photos: Memorial Day ceremony in the Presidio

The 2019 Memorial Day Commemoration took place today at the Presido. Hundreds…

One person shot at Dolores Park

No arrest reported as police search the area

Carnaval Grand Parade displays Mission culture

Thousands lined Mission St. for the 41st annual Carnaval Grand Parade on…

Photos: Sun comes out for Bay to Breakers 2019

The forecast predicted rain for Sunday’s seven-mile-long day drinking extravaganza, Bay to…

Twenty One Pilots to open 2019 Outside Lands

Daily lineup offers Childish Gambino on Saturday, Paul Simon on Sunday

Hayes Valley bids farewell to 50-foot-tall sculpture

Hayes Valley bids farewell to 50-foot-tall sculpture

The Examiner, SF Weekly, win awards from California publishers

At a ceremony held in Long Beach on Saturday, California’s publishers recognized both SF Weekly and the San Francisco Examiner.

Right-wing protesters rally at City Hall

“Rally for Free Speech” draws counter protest but ends without violence

San Francisco safety organizations mobilize to end private traffic on Market Street

Several of San Francisco’s well-known safety advocacy groups hosted a protest in…

DogFest brings wags and laughs to Duboce Park

Tails were a-waggin’ at the 12th annual DogFest benefit event for McKinley…