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City oversight agency to review Hunters Point radiological testing results

State health officials found no health or safety risks on Parcel A

Ronen, Fewer threaten to block Mayor Breed’s $10M teacher stipend proposal

Plan could increase incentives to attract and retain faculty at some schools to as much as $5K

SF’s budding cannabis equity program finds support in Mayor Breed’s budget proposal

San Francisco’s cannabis equity program has had a slow start since cannabis was legalized last year.

Agreement reached over November’s $600 million affordable housing bond

An agreement was reached Thursday on a $600 million affordable housing bond…

Dr. Michael Hunter to resign as SF chief medical examiner

City’s top forensic pathologist is stepping down for position in San Joaquin County

SF plans to make jail calls free for inmates

Mayor, sheriff propose ending phone charges at County Jail

San Francisco Supervisors approve $628.5 million public safety bond

A more than $600 million bond to pay for public safety seismic upgrades was unanimously approved Tuesday for the ballot by the Board of Supervisors.

New displaced tenant priority will help Fillmore Center tenants

San Francisco is poised to create a new priority in affordable housing lotteries for those tenants facing displacement in buildings where rent restrictions expire.

Vaping sales ban nears approval in SF, setting stage for referendum fight

Legislation is intended to protect the health of youth who have embraced alternative form of tobacco

SF to outfit police patrol cars, fire vehicles with tracking devices

Public safety departments among the last in the City to be equipped with telematics

SF to provide $48M to keep six housing sites affordable

Small Sites program has saved 29 buildings, 211 residential units, 13 commercial spaces since 2014

Plan backed by Breed to force treatment of mentally-ill substance users wins approval

Board of Supervisors passes conservatorship legislation 10-1 with amendments

Breed officially files for re-election with no serious opposition

The deadline for candidates to sign up to run is June 11

The Punch Line may get the last laugh

Legislation to help prevent the displacement of the iconic comedy club moves toward approval

Fillmore Center tenants gain new protections against looming rent increases on affordable units

Affordability restrictions on units at housing complex expired in 2017

SF mayor unveils $12.2 billion budget with more than $1 billion in new spending

Breed: ‘I’m proud of the investments we are making’ in shelter beds, teacher stipends, public toilets

New subsidy program could make senior housing more affordable

Proposal by Board President Norman Yee would affect units currently in pipeline

Voters could be asked to approve massive expansion of mental health, substance abuse services

Proposed ballot measure seeks to address lack of options for those seeking treatment

Advocate for ‘safe organized spaces’ pitches temporary homeless village on Tenderloin parking lot

Armed with jasmine spray, Amy Farah Weiss explained her vision on a…

Haney calls for growing housing bond to include ‘a lot more’ mental health services

Mayor London Breed on Friday increased the proposed measure to $600 million