National Park Police union says stay away from San Francisco's recreation areas

With the Memorial Day weekend less than a week away, the union representing U.S. Park Police officers is telling people to stay away from some of San Francisco’s biggest tourist draws. Leaders of the Fraternal Order of Police United States Park Police Labor Committee say they don’t have enough staff to adequately protect the city’s… Continue reading National Park Police union says stay away from San Francisco's recreation areas

San Francisco police release video in deadly shooting of 2 men

Police in San Francisco released body cam video of a May 19 incident that left 2 men dead. In the video, a group of officers were gathered together yelling commands before firing their guns at the men. Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news coverage in the… Continue reading San Francisco police release video in deadly shooting of 2 men

San Francisco urges vaccinations as Delta variant spreads at a dangerous pace

San Francisco has one of the highest COVID-19 vaccination rates in the world, but it is still seeing a sharp 10-fold increase in infections, primarily among the unvaccinated. KTVU’s Brooks Jarosz reports. Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news coverage in the San Francisco Bay Area and… Continue reading San Francisco urges vaccinations as Delta variant spreads at a dangerous pace

San Francisco Chinatown business owners targeted in ADA lawsuits

At least 100 businesses have been sued or received demand letters alleging ADA violations, such as inaccessible front doors and restrooms, Chinatown officials said. They said many of the lawsuits involve the same two plaintiffs. KTVU’s Henry Lee reports. STORY: Subscribe to KTVU’s YouTube channel: KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news… Continue reading San Francisco Chinatown business owners targeted in ADA lawsuits