Mayor appoints former Obama AIDS policymaker to lead SF Public Health Department

Dr. Grant Colfax, a former Obama White House official, has been tapped to lead the San Francisco Department of Public…

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State of the City: Breed says streets getting cleaner, safer

In her first State of the City address as mayor, London Breed said Wednesday that residents are beginning to see…

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SF Preps Basketball: With backs against the wall, SHC wins behind Li-Uperesa’s heroics

ST. IGNATIUS — Needing three wins in their final four games to reach the postseason, and with one of those…

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SF Preps Basketball: Third-quarter shooting spree lifts Stuart Hall to BCL West crown

UNIVERSITY HS — The Stuart Hall Knights made just four 3-pointers on Tuesday, but three of them came in one…

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It’s too early to ban environmentally-damaging shotgun shell components

On Baker Beach last week, Anna Kauffman picked up 23 pieces of plastic, similarly shaped like small blooming flowers, in…

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Supervisors call for financial aid fund for merchants harmed by construction

From Chinatown to Van Ness Avenue, long-running, much-delayed Muni construction projects have threatened businesses and even caused some to shut…

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Sheriff Vicki Hennessy on the fence about running for re-election

San Francisco Sheriff Vicki Hennessy isn’t sure whether she wants to serve another term in office as the November election…

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‘Collisions’ among IndieFest’s most timely, topical films

San Francisco writer-director Richard Levien’s “Collisions,” a sensitively portrayed, moving story about an immigrant family in San Francisco and the…

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