Tag: Local

Seismic fixes still far off at ‘dangerous’ Hall of Justice

Top San Francisco officials say the Hall of Justice would be dangerously unstable in a powerful earthquake, but hundreds of…

5 years ago

Zynga lays off 18 percent of its workforce

Social-gaming giant Zynga slashed 18 percent of its workforce Monday, raising questions about the San Francisco-based company’s future as it…

5 years ago

Blistering city report rips Housing Authority

The Housing Authority has lost out on $7.5 million in federal subsidies since 2008 for failing to hire general maintenance…

5 years ago

Pedestrian safety law package takes step ahead in S.F.

Last year, 964 people were hit by vehicles in San Francisco — the largest number since 2000 — and 19…

5 years ago

June 4: Fantastical 'Terminus' at Magic Theatre and more San Franciso events

Who’s in town Biological anthropologist Helen Fisher, who has written five books on the evolution of human sexuality, appears in…

5 years ago

S.F. moves closer to taking RVs off streets at night

Oversized vehicles would be banned from overnight parking on many streets in the Bayview, Sunset and South of Market districts…

5 years ago

Complaint about CCSF accreditation found to be ‘without merit’

A complaint filed against an accreditation agency for its evaluation of City College of San Francisco was found to be…

5 years ago

Chain store law may be changed to block more stores

A chain store that sneaked into Hayes Valley by not falling under San Francisco’s law meant to keep such establishments…

5 years ago