Jean Elle, NBC Bay Area

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2 Jewelry Stores in Same Peninsula Mall Targeted by Smash-and-Grab Thieves

Two jewelry stores in the same mall on the Peninsula were targeted by smash-and-grab thieves in just four days. → Read More

Search Continues for Stanford Nurse Who Disappeared Mid-Shift

The search continues for a 27-year-old Stanford nurse who left his job mid-shift and hasn’t been seen since. → Read More

San Francisco Businesses Gearing Up for New Year's Eve

New Year’s Eve is expected to be a busy night for restaurants in San Francisco along the Embarcadero. → Read More

Party Leads to Dozens of COVID Breakthrough Cases in Marin County

A party inside a restaurant in Marin County led to more than two dozen breakthrough COVID cases. → Read More

Holiday Tree Lighting Takes Place in SF's Tenderloin as Mayor Plans to Clean Neighborhood Up

A Holiday tree lighting in San Francisco’s Tenderloin comes with a promise for a better future from the mayor. People living in the neighborhood say it feels like a war zone. → Read More

Group Hoping ‘Let's Glow SF' Light Show Will Bring Crowds Back to Downtown

Music and animation on a big scale will light up downtown San Francisco for the next nine nights. → Read More

Group Hoping ‘Let's Glow SF' Light Show Will Bring Crowds Back in Downtown

Music and animation on a big scale will light up downtown San Francisco for the next nine nights. → Read More

More Than 98% of San Francisco City Employees Are Vaccinated Against COVID

Despite some grumbling, the vaccine mandate in San Francisco is working. → Read More

San Francisco Leaders, Residents Gather at the Castro for Tree Lighting Ceremony

Elected officials and dozens of San Francisco residents gathered Monday for some holiday cheer in the Castro. → Read More

Booster Shot Appointments Filling Up Before Holidays

State public health officials have urged families to get vaccinated against COVID-19 this holiday season but some people are struggling to schedule a booster shot appointment. → Read More

North Bay Family Wants Answers After Horse Shot, Killed in Pasture

A family is Sonoma County wants to know who killed their beloved horse and why? → Read More

Kaiser Permanente Pharmacists May Strike Starting Nov. 15

Pharmacists for healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente are threatening to strike on Monday. → Read More

Afghan Community, Refugees Face an Uncertain Future

Members of the Afghan community in Golden Gate Park were listening to music that reminds them of home Friday night. → Read More

Recent Gun Violence Rattles SF's Haight-Ashbury Neighborhood

A shootout in San Francisco’s popular Haight Ashbury district leaves a community riddled with bullet holes and fear. → Read More

New Air Travel Restrictions Proposed Just Before Holiday Season

Air travelers may face new COVID-19 restrictions on domestic flights, just in time for the holiday travel season. → Read More

Marin County Officials to Crack Down on Water Wasters Amid Drought

Marin County is hoping some pain in the pocketbook will help motivate big water users to cut back. → Read More

Metallica Plays Surprise Concert at Small San Francisco Venue

Legendary rock group Metallica played a surprise show at a small club in San Francisco on Thursday night. → Read More

SF's Chase Center Hosts First Full Capacity Event in Over a Year with Tame Impala

It was a big night in San Francisco Wednesday as the Chase Center hosted it’s first full capacity event in 555 days as California leads the nation in an effort to defeat COVID-19. → Read More

SF Vaccine Mandate Prompts Push Back From Employees

San Francisco’s employee vaccination mandate is generating controversy and the push back is growing. → Read More

Airport Crowds Are Back and Travelers Say So Are the Headaches

The San Francisco International Airport felt empty during the pandemic, but now, crowds are back and some travelers say that so are the headaches. → Read More