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A special “blue moon” will rise over Bay Area skies this weekend, a relatively uncommon celestial event that occurs when a single month has two full moons.
More than 50,000 San Francisco students walked, skipped or ran into the city’s fully reopened public schools Monday, many for the first time in 17 months, their laughter, squeals and joy filling playgrounds and high school hallways.
Superintendent Vincent Matthews said San Francisco Unified School District was prepared to welcome back its more than 50,000 students and 10,000 teachers and staff members next Monday after more than a year of mostly virtual classes.
The National Park Service issued a temporary permit that will allow a San Francisco nonprofit to install a pop-up museum inside the famed Cliff House to commemorate the building’s history.
The Dixie Fire has destroyed more than 500 homes, making it among the most destructive fires in California’s history.
A driver of an SUV was taken to the hospital Monday after crashing into another car and flipping over on Highway 1 near Crespi Drive in Pacifica.
A veteran San Francisco housing and homelessness official, Sam Dodge, will lead the city’s team tasked with helping people out of tent encampments.
Beyond the obvious health perils and the economic harm to working families and small businesses, the persistence of COVID-19 has forced us to recalibrate, again and again, how we live our lives from day to day.
Before addressing a huddle of TV news cameras Thursday morning, Jen Yao spent a few minutes sitting alone next to a tree, jotting down what she would say about her husband, Philip Kreycik.
She reported him missing last month, after he didn’t return from a run in Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park, on a day when temperatures in the area reached 106 degrees.
He went missing the week following their fourth wedding anniversary. Yao said she wants him to be remembered as being playful and adventurous,...
A handful of San Francisco’s iconic cable cars trundled back to the city’s streets Monday, marking the beginning of the end of a 15-month, pandemic-induced hiatus for the beloved vehicles.
East Bay law enforcement officials vowed Friday to resume the search for Philip Kreycik, a Berkeley man who disappeared 20 days ago after he left for a run and never returned.
The 8.2-magnitude earthquake that erupted between the Alaska Peninsula and the Aleutian Trench Wednesday night was the strongest U.S. earthquake in 50 years.
Gov. Gavin Newsom removed his children from a summer camp this week after photos circulating on social media showed his son unmasked with other maskless kids at a summer basketball camp, a spokesperson for the governor said.