Joshua Sabatini

Judge rejects Trump administration’s attempt to withhold public safety grants from sanctuary cities

A federal judge on Monday struck down conditions the Trump administration tried…

SF strengthens vacant storefront registration requirements

San Francisco strengthened a vacant storefront registry Tuesday to encourage more property…

Hungry hawk stops traffic in the Tenderloin

A red-tailed hawk brought traffic to a halt Monday morning when it…

SF explores sanctioned homeless camps, shelters in parks

San Francisco should permit “safe and dignified sanctioned encampments” as it struggles…

SF may override local no-smoking laws to allow cannabis consumption at events

San Francisco plans to grant waivers to its no-smoking laws when permitting…

SF to declare ‘climate emergency,’ bolster plans to reduce carbon emissions

San Francisco is expected to officially declare a “climate emergency,” following the…

Board expected to reappoint police commissioner for four-year term

In her bid for a re-appointment to the Police Commission, Cindy Elias…

City may help music venues soundproof, curb neighbors’ noise complaints

San Francisco wants to bring harmony between music venues and their neighbors…

SF plans to launch an Urban Agriculture Resource Center for community gardeners

As part of its growing support for urban agriculture, the Recreation and…

Report: Nearly 400 people died homeless on SF streets since 2016

Many of the homeless who die on San Francisco’s streets have little…

Transit officials under pressure to improve subway service

Under increasing pressure to improve train service, transit officials on Tuesday said…

City falling short on plan to house homeless youth, commission says

San Francisco continues to fall short of a 2015 goal to build…

Bicycle thefts drop in San Francisco by 25 percent

San Francisco may have missed last year’s target for a reduction in…

Supes slam PG&E for ‘extortionary’ demands delaying public projects

Dozens of public projects have suffered delays and cost increases as a…

Supes question contract for mental health services, citing performance issues for nonprofit

San Francisco supervisors questioned Wednesday whether to approve a multi-million contract with…

SF could ban brick-and-mortar businesses from going cashless

In an effort to address inequity, San Francisco officials on Tuesday moved…

Spending deal will help pay for homeless and affordable housing, shelter beds

A more than $200 million spending deal up for approval Tuesday will…

Impact of homeless conservatorship plan more limited than expected

A plan to expand San Francisco’s ability to involuntarily hold the homeless…

Amid a climate of fear, SF prepares for first online US Census

Worried that an undercount could mean losing out on billions of dollars…

Spending deal to benefit teachers, homeless services moves forward

San Francisco’s debate over how to spend hundreds of millions of dollars…