Laura Waxmann

School board cancels contract with food vendor, leaving district with no ‘Plan B’ for feeding students

Board members cite ongoing problems with food waste, student dissatisfaction with meals

Breed to campaign on ballot measures streamlining approval of affordable, teacher housing

Charter amendments would also rezone city-owned land

SFPD responds to stabbing on Mission Street

Police blocked off the area during the evening rush hour

Controversial navigation center on the Embarcadero approved to house homeless

Amid unrelenting opposition from nearby residents, the San Francisco Port Commission Tuesday unanimously approved plans for a navigation center.

Port staff recommends approval of waterfront Navigation Center

The Port Commission is scheduled to vote on a resolution on Tuesday.

City to cut down dozens of Mission District ficus trees, citing safety concerns

Due to community input, Public Works plans to inspect which trees can be salvaged with additional pruning.

Anarchist hacker collective Noisebridge may be pushed out of Mission District

Group starts $4 million fund-raising drive toward acquiring real estate

Mission District landlord is evicting tenants to house artists for ‘David Ireland’ foundation

Property owner suing immigrant family that is fighting efforts to remove them

Navy report finds ‘no radiological health risk’ on Treasure Island

Work of controversial contractor involved in shipyard cleanup deemed ‘consistent and accurate’

SF General to set new limits on out-of-pocket payments by patients

Policies changing after reporting showed privately insured often left with unexpectedly large bills

Cow Palace board votes to end gun shows

Contract with organizers to end in 2020, will not be renewed

City scales back size of proposed waterfront homeless shelter, promises additional security, accountability

Many residents remain uninterested in compromise on project ahead of April 23rd vote

Proposed state laws may alleviate SF’s shortage of psychiatrists, ‘step down’ beds for behavioral health clients

A statewide shortage of psychiatrists is affecting San Francisco’s psychiatric services

Opposing fundraising campaigns show community divide over waterfront Navigation Center

Dueling fundraising campaigns seeking to support and thwart the construction of a…

Haney introduces legislation requiring homeless shelters in every district

Supervisor responding to controversy over planned waterfront Navigation Center

SF State names woman to lead College of Ethnic Studies

Sueyoshi has served as interim dean of the college since January 2018

City to pay family of homeless man killed by police $140k to settle lawsuit

Shooting occurred after report of man with knife at Mission District encampment

State effort to mandate overnight parking access to homeless community college students met with concerns by CCSF leaders

City College of San Francisco leaders voice concerns over state bill that stands to require community colleges to provide overnight access to parking facilites for homeless students.

Proposal to shut down juvenile hall draws show of support

Mayor, some black community leaders not yet sold on proposal

Nurses backing ballot measure to strip Zuckerberg’s name from SF General

Facebook’s mishandling of data, influence over politics cited as concerns