The City

Libraries and rec centers to provide childcare during school closures

City scrambles to provide aid to families

Coronavirus concerns prompt SF to ban ‘non-essential’ gatherings of 100 or more

Mayor Breed calls new restrictions ‘essential’ in order to slow the spread of COVID‑19

Breed prohibits evictions of tenants who can’t make rent due to coronavirus

Moratorium good for 30-day period, but can be extended

SF sheriff suspends jail visits to prevent coronavirus exposure

San Francisco is shutting off visitor access to its jails to prevent…

Haight Ashbury hit-and-run suspect to be released pending trial on attempted murder

Driver, 18, allegedly pinned victims against wall after failed attempt to buy weed

Grand jury indicts 17 alleged members of MS-13 clique in SF on racketeering charges

Feds unseal case against defendants who allegedly claim Mission District as gang territory

Five additional coronavirus cases confirmed, bringing total to 23 in SF

San Francisco’s number of confirmed cases of novel coronavirus increased by five…

PG&E will not shut off power for failure to pay during coronavirus emergency

About 15,000 customers in SF have electric service disconnected annually for non-payment

Woman, 75, struck over the head with guitar in Mission

Teen also stabbed by cellphone thief; man shot with BB gun in unrelated incidents

Glen Park Elementary closed after seven students reported ill

Officials testing for coronavirus, asking families and staff to self-quarantine

SF restricts visitor access to 18 long-term care facilities to combat spread of coronavirus

San Francisco announced Thursday a ban on non-essential visitors from entering long-term…

Supes postpone ‘non-essential’ hearings expected to draw crowds

While a Board of Supervisors committee was scheduled Thursday to vote on…

City employees can now use an advance of their paid time off

Policy intended to benefit those affected by coronavirus

Coronavirus fears prompt call for SF police to halt arrests in non-violent cases

Public defender asks SFPD to reduce ‘all unneccessary contact’ with detainees who pose no safety risk

In SF, coronavirus cases increase to 18

San Francisco announced Thursday that the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus…

Students worry about impact on grades, graduation as universities make abrupt switch to online classes

Students and faculty are scrambling to adapt to online instruction after a…

SF to allow thousands of businesses to defer paying taxes

Mayor Breed announces ‘first steps’ to help small businesses

San Francisco traffic falls dramatically in wake of coronavirus

‘Holiday-level’ drop in cars on the road making freeways move faster

Coronavirus fears bring heartbreaking season ends to at least three SF high school teams

Sudden cancellations curtail chances for championships

Muni to accelerate purchase of 219 new train cars

Agency says it has fixed mechanical issues with new cars, will lower seats