Christie Smith, NBC Bay Area

Christie Smith

NBC Bay Area

San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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SF Advocates Push for Safer Streets During World Remembrance Day for Road Traffic Victims

Safety advocates and community members gathered in San Francisco Sunday to call for safer streets. → Read More

Bay Area Food Banks Dealing With Inflation as Holiday Season Approaches

Heading into the holiday season, some Bay Area food banks say the need is up along with inflation. → Read More

Bay Area Food Bank Struggling to Keep Up With Demand as Donations Decline

The holidays are just around the corner and food banks are trying to keep up with rising demand for food year-round. → Read More

Outdoor Clothing Company Owner Decides to Reopen SF Store

An outdoor apparel store has reopened weeks after the company’s CEO announcing he would close a San Francisco store temporarily, because of what he said was rampant organized theft and concerns about employee safety. → Read More

Outdoor Clothing Company Owner Decides to Reopen SF Store

An outdoor apparel store has reopened weeks after the company’s CEO announcing he would close a San Francisco store temporarily, because of what he said was rampant organized theft and concerns about employee safety. → Read More

Gov. Newsom Visits San Francisco Ahead of Midterm Election

Gov. Gavin Newsom was in San Francisco Saturday with a message to get out the vote between now and Tuesday. → Read More

Bay Area Residents Take a Shot at Biggest Lottery Jackpot in History

Bay Area Powerball players have a chance at winning $1.6 billion Saturday — the biggest lottery jackpot in history. → Read More

SF City Leaders React Following Paul Pelosi Attack

San Francisco city leaders are reacting after Paul Pelosi was attacked at his home. → Read More

Outdoor Clothing Company Closes SF Store Amid Recent Crime

A popular outdoor clothing and equipment brand is temporarily shutting down its store in San Francisco. → Read More

San Francisco Public Defender Reacts to City's Drug Crackdown

San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood is ground zero for the city’s opioid crisis. → Read More

Health Experts Warn of Possible COVID Surge

Health experts are starting to track new variants and a slow surge in COVID cases overseas. → Read More

Demonstrators Form Human Chain in Protest of Mahsa Amini's Death

Demonstrators gathered at Golden Gate Bridge Sunday in solidary with women in Iran following the death of Mahsa Amini. → Read More

Bay Area Geologists Dig Deep to Learn More About Earthquakes

The earthquakes that jolted the Santa Rosa area last week have raised questions about the Rodgers Creek Fault. → Read More

Rain Returns in the Bay Area

Rain showers hit much of the Bay Area Sunday as it was on and off, with some gusty conditions along the coast. → Read More

Triathlete Seriously Injured After Flying Off Bike Thanks to Bump on SF Road

A man in San Francisco is recovering after hitting a bump in the road that caused some serious injuries. → Read More

1 Dead, Driver Arrested Following Crash in Walnut Creek: Police

Walnut Creek police are investigating a deadly crash that closed a busy street early Saturday morning. → Read More

SF School Board Member Asked to Resign Over Controversial Remarks

A San Francisco city leader is calling for a new school board member to resign over comments he called “racist.” → Read More

Family, Volunteers Search for Alexis Gabe's Cellphone, More Evidence in Oakley

The family of Alexis Gabe arranged a new search in Oakley Saturday as they found new items in the case. → Read More

Uber Sued by Women Over Sexual Assault Claims

A California law firm says that San Francisco-based Uber should be held responsible for hundreds of sexual assaults. → Read More

Abortion Rights Supporters Hold Rally in San Jose

People gathered near San Jose City Hall Saturday to some shared personal stories. → Read More