San Francisco sees record voter registration

the Department of Elections has registered 489,000 voters by last Thursday, a historic high…

Elderly woman badly wounded in SF Chinatown attack

An elderly woman was critically injured in an unprovoked attack in San Francisco’s Chinatown on Saturday afternoon, police said…

Big TV nite: Giants or the Debate

The Giants have some serious competition, and it isn’t from the opposing dugout. The final debate between President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney is happening tonight…

SF: One man dead in Tenderloin homicide

A man was found dead in an apparent homicide in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood on Sunday morning, police said today…

Bone marrow drives for 2 year old Jeremy Kong

The two-year-old leukemia patient, Jeremy Kong, is still looking for a donor match to undergo a bone marrow transplant to help save his life…

SF woman robbed while walking to city college

A 19-year-old Asian woman was choked and robbed when she was walking to the City College campus on Wednesday morning…

Labor Secretary meets local minority workers

Solis also announced that her department has awarded a consortium consisting of community colleges, CSU East Bay and UC Berkeley, the sum of $15 million to create…

San Francisco kicks up Super Bowl bid

After it was announced earlier this week that the San Francisco 49ers are in the running to host Super Bowl L in 2016, city and team officials today launched their campaign to win the bid…

Great California ShakeOut

Today is Great California ShakeOut, which is an earthquake drill for people to practice how to “drop, cover and hold on”…

China’s new immigration law for overseas Chinese

Chinese delegation is visiting San Francisco to promote its new immigration law for Chinese citizens abroad who want to return and seek long-term or permanent stay in China.