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NBA Superstar Stephen Curry interviews Anthony Fauci about COVID-19

Curry, himself was tested for the coronavirus.

Three men arrested in Mission District homicide

Three people have been arrested in connection with a March 16 Mission…

Asian San Franciscans reporting spike in hateful attacks

A white man threw a drink in the face of a San…

Muni replacing subway service with buses, canceling ‘Rapid’ bus routes

Coronavirus leads to ridership drop and prompts cost cutting measures

Bayview robbery leaves man in life-threatening condition

The 30-year-old victim was injured in a struggle with the suspect

Two coronavirus deaths reported in SF as confirmed cases climb to 223

Two people have died in San Francisco due to coronavirus and a…

Berkeley professor: Knowing extent of coronavirus cases still weeks off

Low reproduction rate of the virus is key to stopping the spread

Second SF police officer tests positive, 25 others under quarantine

Police union demands priority testing for members

Supervisor, nonprofit move homeless from shelter into hotel rooms

Pilot program intended to protect vulnerable from COVID-19

BART GM calls transit funding in federal stimulus package a ‘critical lifeline’

A $2 trillion federal novel coronavirus stimulus package will include $25 billion…

City Attorney Herrera moves to shut down illegal party

Promoter says event already canceled but Eventbrite page couldn’t be deleted immediately

Death of man dragged from Muni bus investigated as homicide

Police say Henry Kemp, 69, was pushed onto sidewalk and hit his head

Three deputies, cadet test positive as SF closes City Hall

Sheriff Paul Miyamoto reports additional cases of coronavirus

Breed: SF needs 5,000 more hospital beds, 1,500 ventilators for coronavirus surge

Bracing for a surge in coronavirus patients, Mayor London Breed said Wednesday…

SF Muni operator tests positive for COVID-19

A Muni bus operator has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to…

San Francisco, Bay Area schools extend closures until May

Distance learning still under development as coronavirus cases rise

Supervisors back rent and mortgage payment moratorium

The moratorium would forgive all payments to prevent debt accumulation

SF announces first death from coronavirus

City officials say man in his 40s suffered from multiple underlying health conditions

Emergency child care centers remain below capacity

City expanded hours to better serve frontline health care workers with long shifts

Newsom to re-open shuttered SF hospital to prepare for surge in coronavirus patients

Governor wants 157 beds at CPMC’s closed Pacific Campus at 2333 Buchanan St.