Category: The City

SF street safety advocates urge public to stop calling crashes ‘accidents’

Neeti Chokshi was crossing the street with her one-year-old dog on an evening in January when a car blew through…

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1-alarm blaze contained at Mission District residential building

A fire broke out at a four-story residential building in the Mission District on Sunday morning, according to fire officials.…

9 hours ago

SF begins first step in official audit of November election

San Francisco's elections department on Saturday randomly chose 1 percent of the precincts used in the Nov. 6 election to…

10 hours ago

Badasses’ and basketball players have brought good news in tumultuous year for women

This has been a tumultuous year for women. The Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh hearings and the #MeToo movement highlighted…

19 hours ago

Former Mission District family finds peace amid housing crisis and their new neighborhood

It’s been three years since Dale Duncan, Marta Muñoz and their 10-year old, Emilia, were forced to vacate their Mission…

19 hours ago

40 years later, SF to get Jonestown memorial

Like most cities, San Francisco has its fair share of memorials. Statues, busts, and plaques commemorate noteworthy events and people…

19 hours ago

Smoky air closes Alcatraz

Alcatraz and other major visitor attractions in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area are closed this weekend due to unhealthy…

1 day ago

Striking Boston Marriott workers reach tentative agreement, negotiations continue in San Francisco

Some 1,500 striking Marriott hotel workers in Boston, Mass. have reached a tentative agreement in contract negotiations with the hotel…

1 day ago