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Cellphones, luxury purses among $2 million worth of stolen goods recovered in SF

The operation, called “Operation Focus Lens,” involved several law enforcement agencies

Mission cannabis lounge wins planning approval

Union Station dispensary only second equity applicant approved by city

Homeless swept from Polk Street alley despite lack of shelter beds

On one of the first rainy days of the fall season, San…

Street Sheet celebrates 30 years of giving the homeless a voice — and an income

Since it was first published in 1989, the Street Sheet has given…

AIDS Memorial Quilt to return permanently to Bay Area

A quilt paying tribute to the thousands of people who have died…

Confusion over planning codes nearly kills Sunset District restaurant project

A San Francisco couple that dreamed of serving the community they live…

Dean Preston rallies with CCSF students over budget cuts

College board set to discuss $13 million deficit at Thursday meeting

Woman killed in Excelsior hit-and-run

A woman died after being struck by an SUV in a hit-and-run…

After losing bid to keep juvenile hall open, probation chief announces retirement

After clashing with supervisors and losing a bid to keep juvenile hall…

Attendant program keeping BART elevators safe, clean expands to two more downtown stations

BART riders can expect clean elevators staffed by friendly attendants at Embarcadero…

SF law enforcement agencies announce plan to tackle auto break-ins over the holidays

Law enforcement agencies in San Francisco plan to work together this holiday…

Renovations give Tenderloin public housing tenants a ‘beautiful’ new home

During a recent visit, friends of District 6 Supervisor Matt Haney told…

Court to hear lawsuit challenging health care ‘conscience’ rule

Trump administration policy would allow providers to refuse care on religious, moral grounds

Suspected car chase ends with shots fired into crashed vehicle

Police are searching for four male suspects who shot at the occupants…

BART puts the brakes on proposed busking, panhandling ban

BART’s proposed ban on busking, panhandling and solicitation was stopped in its…

Time to be counted: city officials urge residents to register to vote

Even though it’s not a major election year, San Franciscans still have…

Thirty years after Loma Prieta, is San Francisco ready for the next ‘big one?’

Bay Area residents breathed a sigh of relief this week after a…

Why S.F. remains spared as rolling planned PG&E outages continue

San Francisco isn’t expected to experience any planned outages this time around.

BART police detain man on tracks in Berkeley

Service halted for nearly hour and a half due to report of pedestrian

Breed, officials hope basketball fans will set sail on new ferry service to Chase Center

With the wind whipping her hair, the sun beaming down and a…