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Recovery efforts resume after woman buried in landslide at Fort Funston
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The effort to recover the body of a hiker who was buried in a landslide at Fort Funston in San Francisco resumed Saturday morning. Sky7 was over a landslide as emergency crews dug through the massive pile of sand searching for the trapped woman.
Two-year Mission library closing raises questions of where patrons will go
Plans to temporarily close and renovate the Mission District’s Public Library Branch for up to two years have left some patrons in an increasingly gentrifying neighborhood worried that they will lose a free community space.
Accuweather Forecast: Cool and increasingly cloudy
Saturday will see chilly temperatures and increasing cloud cover in the North Bay. TODAY: Partly cloudy skies. TODAY: Partly cloudy skies. Highs: In the mid to upper 50s. Cloudy skies. A slight chance of showers in the North Bay late.
Searched Suspended Again For Body Of Woman Trapped On San Francisco Beach
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — High tide forced the suspension of the search for the body of a woman believed trapped under tons of dirt on a San Francisco beach. U.S. Park Police took over recovery operations Friday night after San Francisco firefighters called off rescue effort more than three hours after t
California leaders react to passing of San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - As news spread Friday about the death of San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi, political leaders across California shared memories and reflected on his legacy.
SF plans to launch an Urban Agriculture Resource Center for community gardeners
As part of its growing support for urban agriculture, the Recreation and Park Department plans to launch a new garden resource center in the southeast part of San Francisco to provide supplies, plant starters and advice for community gardeners.
Bay Area traffic: Work on Richmond-San Rafael Bridge expanding
A project replacing a broken piece of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge is expanding in scope. Caltrans officials said Friday that they plan to replace 61 deck joints on the bridge over the rest of this year, on top of their work replacing a joint that failed Feb. 7, sending chunks of concrete falling
San Francisco police officer linked to racist texting scandal pleads guilty to robbing banks
A San Francisco police officer who came under scrutiny in 2015 for his role in a racist and homophobic texting scandal in the department admitted robbing two banks in the city last year.
3 New Foreclosed Houses In The San Francisco Area
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Don't have a lot to spend, but still need to buy a house nearby? Don't lose hope yet. A tour of the most recently foreclosed homes in the San Francisco area might be just the place to start!
SF weekend: Chinese New Year Parade, charity plunge, Mardi Gras on Treasure Island
With a dry weekend finally in the forecast, it's time to jumpstart your planning. Take in the sights and sounds of the Chinese New Year parade, hop into the Bay for charity at Aquatic Park, or search for deals on Treasure Island with a Mardi Gras theme.
Top 10 San Francisco Giants to watch as Cactus League play begins
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.–Baseball is finally back. As the San Francisco Giants prepare to open Cactus League play Saturday against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, we’re taking a closer look at 10 players with a lot at stake this spring.
Two California men arrested after truck inspection turns up suspected cocaine
TOWANDA, Ill. (AP) - Two California men have been arrested after police in eastern Illinois found more than 110 pounds (50 kilograms) of suspected cocaine during a truck inspection.
FINNEY'S FRIDAY FREE STUFF: Bay Area Wedding Fair tickets
Due to breaking news, Finney's Friday Free Stuff did not air as planned this evening. However, we don't want you to miss out on free tickets to Bay Area Wedding Fairs, which offers multiple dates, including this Sunday in Fremont! Please see below for details on how to claim your tickets.
Tide halts search for San Francisco beach landslide victim
SAN FRANCISCO — High tide forced the suspension of the search for the body of a woman believed trapped under tons of dirt on a San Francisco beach. U.S. Park Police took over recovery operations Friday night after San Francisco firefighters called off rescue effort more than three hours after the wo
SF State, High School Track Coach Arrested, Accused Of Sex Crimes
SAN JOSE, CA -- A high school and college track coach was arrested Thursday on suspicion of multiple sex crimes involving minors, the police department announced Friday. The department's Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force that deals with child exploitation contends that Chioke Robinson, 45,
Black rice is the new brown rice - Benefits of black rice
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - You've been told to switch from white rice to brown rice to get more fiber and nutrients. Now, there's another type of rice to think about... that's black rice.
Explore today's cheapest rentals in San Francisco
Housing costs got you down? Though apartment hunting can be frustrating, there are deals to be had. So what does the low-end rent on a rental in San Francisco look like these days—and what might you get for the price?
Person Buried Under Collapsed Cliff Edge At Fort Funston In San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Rescuers were attempting to reach a victim buried under a collapsed cliff edge at Fort Funston in San Francisco, authorities said. The collapse happened about 2:50 p.m. Friday. The San Francisco Fire Department said one female has been rescued and a male victim appears to be
San Francisco Mission’s popular Bissap Baobab to close
Just two years after purchasing the Mission District building that houses the Senegalese eatery and popular nightclub Bissap Baobab, owner Marco Senghor said Friday that he plans to shutter the business in three to four months’ time.
Oakland Hills Crash Leaves 1 Dead
OAKLAND, CA — One person died in a fatal crash Friday afternoon in Oakland, police said. Someone called police at 2:33 p.m. to report the crash at 39th and Aliso avenues near Redwood Heights Elementary School.