Inside view of Howth St. homicide

Steve Chen, the son-in-law of Lei’s family, brings reporters to the house on Howth Street, where the homicide happened a month ago…

Bay Area air quality improves

The San Francisco metrolpolitan area is no longer in the 25 most polluted metropolitan areas…

Doyle Drive Closure

San Francisco’s Doyle Drive is closing for construction this weekend, and motorists are being told to steer clear of the area, as gridlock is expected on city streets…

Bicyclist in fatal accident may face felony charge

witnesses told police that before the bicyclist Chris Bucchere arrived at the intersection where the accident happened, he was seen flying through…

California ‘rudest waiter’ eatery may stay open

A San Francisco Chinese restaurant once known for having “the world’s rudest waiter” may not be closing for good after all…

National Walk to Work Day

National Walk to work day…

SF quituple homicide suspect pleaded not guilty

Luc shook his head repeatedly as the charges against him were read…

SF homicide: Public Defender cannot represent suspect

Binh Thai Luc, 35, is accused of the grisly killings of three women and two men…

DA: SF homicide suspect will be arraigned on Wed

35 year-old Binh Thai Luc is under arrest by the San Francisco police in connection to the murders of 5 people in an Ingleside home near City College…

Creating healthy communities

Residents in the Excelsior and Chinatown were four times more likely to be uninsured…

District Attorney launches fraud hotline

District Attorney George Gascón announced today the creation of a multilingual hotline to encourage San Francisco residents and people who work in the City to report fraud…

SF Sheriff sentenced

San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi has been sentenced to three years’ probation for a misdemeanor charge of false imprisonment in his domestic violence case…

SF: superintendent Carlos Garcia retires

San Francisco Unified School District Superintendent Carlos Garcia announced today that he plans to retire later this year…

SF: New charging stations

San Francisco announced the installation of 26 new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in City owned parking facilities…

Chinese restaurant pays staff $230,000 in back pay

A San Francisco restaurant is paying 14 employees more than $230,000 in back pay after settling a series of citations issued by the California Labor Commissioner’s office…

Passport Day

The San Francisco Passport Agency is hosting a special event in San Francisco, CA, on Saturday, March 10, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m…

SF tech workforce funding

TechSF initiative to train S.F. residents for high tech jobs with $5 million federal workforce training grant…

Requests free MUNI pass for the youth

Members of the public request for free MUNI pass for the youth…

SF launches Invest in Neighborhoods

In the Portola district, a small patch of open land is near the busy San Bruno Avenue…

SF schools to hire more PE teachers

In one PE class at the Chinese Immersion School in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Franciso, pupils learn to bounce balls…

First Chinese language workshop for immigration help

More than 300 people packed into two rooms at the USCIS in downtown San Francisco today…

SF workers recover lost wages

Several organizations and state and city agencies announced the over $316,000 settlement of a major wage theft case in San Francisco…

Bay bridge closure this weekend

A Caltrans spokesman confirmed this morning that the upper deck of
the Bay Bridge’s eastern span will be closed over the coming three-day
weekend…

New manpower for green industry

(中文) 舊金山一個非牟利機構提供免費的環保建築工業訓練給低收入的居民。 今天有二十名青年準備好,投身環保行業…

SF passes expanded plastic bag ban

The new rule requires all merchants to provide recyclable bags or reusable bags to a customer but will charge 10 cents per bag…

HK singer to perform in beauty pageant contest

HK singer to perform in beauty pageant contest

Smoother roads coming to San Francisco

Well, road repair work starts in March thanks to a $248 million dollar bond measure that voters approved last November…

America’s most literate cities in 2011

Looks like our nation’s capital is America’s most literate city…

SF Tap Water School Project

The City of San Francisco launched a tap water pilot project at five public schools…

$1.5m funding for small business loans in SF

A successful San Francisco program that provides loans to small businesses was given a $1.5 million dollar boost…