San Francisco Co.'s Move To Yellow Tier Welcome News For Downtown Businesses

Businesses in San Francisco’s Financial District welcomed news that San Francisco moved to the state’s Yellow Tier. Wilson Walker reports many are wondering if office workers will return.

Caught on Camera: San Francisco Chinatown Camera Shop Owners Fight Back Against Smash-and-Grab Robbe

After two years of barely scraping by without any foot traffic, the owners of a Grant Avenue camera store breathed a sigh of relief when tourists finally started trickling back in — only to get nearly robbed and attacked with hammers Monday. Andria Borba reports.

San Francisco Recalls Three School Board Members Over Covid Response

As California officially lifts its statewide mask mandate for everyone except students, parents in San Francisco have recalled three school board members, saying they wasted time on matters unrelated to Covid-19. NBC News’ Jake Ward has the details.  » Subscribe to NBC News: » Watch more NBC video: NBC News Digital is a collection of… Continue reading San Francisco Recalls Three School Board Members Over Covid Response

Authorities Identify Suspect Accused of Stabbing Good Samaritan in San Francisco

Authorities have identified the suspect accused of stabbing a good Samaritan following an assault in San Francisco Tuesday. Robert Handa reports. Stay connected: Follow us on Twitter: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Instagram: Add us on Snapchat @NBCBayArea Catch up on all the day’s news: Download our app: On iOS: On Android:

Saving San Francisco: Ep. 2 'In Sickness and in Health'

A new streaming series searching for solutions to deep-rooted problems plaguing one of the most progressive cities in America. A quiet San Francisco neighborhood, known for stunning ocean views and lush forests, has become a symbol of the city’s systemic problems involving poverty, crime, and mental health. The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit spent months… Continue reading Saving San Francisco: Ep. 2 'In Sickness and in Health'

San Francisco mayor declares state of emergency in Tenderloin over overdose crisis

San Francisco Mayor London Breed doubled down on efforts to crack down on public drug use and other disturbances in the city’s Tenderloin, announcing an official State of Emergency in the neighborhood Friday. More: Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news coverage in the San Francisco Bay… Continue reading San Francisco mayor declares state of emergency in Tenderloin over overdose crisis

San Francisco Takes Action to Calm Fears After Union Square Retail Robberies, Thefts

San Francisco officials are taking steps to help ease fears retailers and shoppers have following recent robberies and thefts at Union Square, including a smash-and-grab at a Louis Vuitton store that has gone viral. Stay connected: Follow us on Twitter: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Instagram: Add us on Snapchat @NBCBayArea Catch up… Continue reading San Francisco Takes Action to Calm Fears After Union Square Retail Robberies, Thefts