Former SF building inspection commissioner sued over alleged fraud

The former president of the Building Inspection Commission is facing a lawsuit from the City Attorney’s Office for allegedly committing…

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3 rescued at Aquatic Park, 1 with serious injuries

Fire department crews rescued three people at Aquatic Park in San Francisco Thursday morning, including one person who has suffered…

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Calling for help shouldn’t leave tenants at risk for eviction

Last month, California took an important step toward keeping residents safe in their homes. Governor Jerry Brown signed into law…

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The changing face of diversity: more Asians entering America than Latinos

More minority babies are being born in the country today than ever before. In San Francisco — a city where…

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SFUSD needs a better plan for Lowell admissions

On Sept. 25, the San Francisco Board of Education (SFUSD) plans to vote on an unprecedented proposal that weakens Lowell…

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San Francisco has gone to the dogs

I’ve got a pretty fantastic living situation. Solid rent control, great roommates, centrally located. Sure we don’t have a living…

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Protections against gender identity harassment

This week’s question comes from Lindsay in San Francisco, who writes: Q: A coworker with whom I work closely recently…

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Budget analyst wants SF to cap spending on gasoline

San Francisco’s budget analyst wants to reduce the proposed five-year, $40 million gas contract being voted on Thursday to ensure…

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