San Francisco

"When I told people I was going to stay in a government-sponsored quarantine hotel, they said it sounded like the plot of a horror movie."
"Looks like a great spot to get baked," said the city's parks director, who plans to leave the structure up, at least for a "while."
The Cliff House first closed in March due to the pandemic. It reopened in June to offer takeout service but closed again after 10 weeks because of “unbearable losses.”
Much of California faces new restriction as the state has reached a staggering total of 1.3 million COVID-19 cases since the pandemic started.
Critics say a broad statewide "stay-at-home" order unfairly lumps too many disparate counties together into regions.
Officials voted to exclude marijuana after cannabis activists said the law would take away their only legal place to smoke.
Progressive district attorney Chesa Boudin charged a former police officer over the 2017 shooting of an unarmed Black man, Keita O’Neil.
President Donald Trump made the false claim during Thursday's presidential debate, while attempting to deflect blame for his disastrous COVID-19 response.
He was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman he had interviewed to babysit.
The Board of Supervisors' unanimous vote will let people sue those who call the police for discriminatory reasons.