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City Attorney loses appeal against sewer whistleblower in $5 million case

A whistleblower prevailed against City Attorney Dennis Herrera in the California Court…

BART may give away 1 million free weekend tickets to boost ridership

BART is debating promotional fare-breaks on weekends and evenings in a bid…

Driver seriously injures two pedestrians, strikes third on Mission Street

Three pedestrians were injured Wednesday when a driver who may have been…

City attorney subpoenas PG&E, contractors, nonprofits in Nuru corruption scandal

Herrera alleges donations funnelled to fund city programs and events

Disgraced Public Works head Nuru resigns after FBI arrest

Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru has resigned weeks after his arrest on…

What Public Works employees say about taking homeless people’s stuff

Suddenly, the Public Works department and how it treats homeless people are…

Muni may provide transit operators needed housing — on Muni-owned land

Since 1915, Muni’s Potrero Yard at 1899 Bryant St. has played home…

Lefty O’Doul’s charity used city contractor donations to pay for Public Works party

Nonprofit started by arrested restaurant owner at center of Mohammed Nuru public corruption scandal

Port moves to block restaurant from valet parking in bike lane

Drivers versus cyclists. It’s a fight that rolls through San Francisco as…

Dog running into train tunnel prompts Muni delays

Muni is going to the dogs. Train service is experiencing residual delays…

Nuru fallout: FBI also searched offices of SF permit consultant connected to 555 Fulton project developer

While a veritable swarm of journalists chased down corruption charges against Public…

Mohammed Nuru, head of SF Public Works, arrested in FBI corruption probe

A newly released federal complaint has detailed the stunning allegations that led…

Uber and Lyft pickups moving to side streets as Better Market Street project takes effect

Lyft and Uber are about to get kicked off Market Street. When…

Market Street goes car-free Wednesday — but can the new law be enforced?

Officials say simple rule will keep autos off SF’s main artery

BART study: Ending paper tickets would ‘disproportionately’ impact low-income riders, people of color

When BART eventually eliminates its magnetic-stripe paper tickets from use, it will…

SF e-scooters burst into flames in Golden Gate Park, ex-contractor reveals

Photographs obtained Wednesday by the San Francisco Examiner show the charred remains of at least two Skip e-scooters

SF politico who authored vape ban takes money from JUUL lobbyist, returns it after media call

Supervisor Shamann Walton made national news after he proverbially smoked e-cigarette company…

The 29-Sunset could become a ‘rapid’ route

Muni weighing change after Lowell students advocated for improved service on line

BART to vote this week on Market Street station canopy project

Shelters for station entrances expected to reduce escalator breakdowns