SF court ruling allows felony charges to proceed against anti-abortion activists

A San Francisco Superior Court judge Thursday rejected motions to dismiss felony charges against two anti-abortion activists accused of violating…

1 year ago

SF General preparing for ‘potentially large number of casualties’ from weekend rallies

With multiple protests set to descend on the Golden Gate’s backyard this weekend, San Francisco’s only trauma center is preparing…

1 year ago

Cannabis dispensaries are good for the community

We are proud San Franciscans and community activists in the South of Market. We have had the privilege of watching…

1 year ago

Say yes to housing at Pier 70

More housing! The Planning Commission has the opportunity today to either push for the housing we need, or continue to…

1 year ago

Free speech is test of faith in US Constitution

This week’s question comes from Craig in San Francisco, who writes: Q: “I’ve read several articles saying that some of…

1 year ago

Galileo High still reeling from ‘unjust’ transfer of longtime staff member

Wounds are still raw at Galileo Academy for Science and Technology, where teachers in June complained of an oppressive administrative…

1 year ago

Cuts to Medicaid will be felt most by children

Despite the failure of Republican efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the battle over health care is…

1 year ago

Planning Commission to test SF’s tolerance for pot moratorium

A city supervisor is trying to delay hearings today for two proposed medical cannabis dispensaries in San Francisco, just months…

1 year ago