Laura Waxmann

Mayor, supervisors reach consensus on plan to fix SF’s mental health system

Both parties agree to drop ballot measures and pursue reform with legislation.

Treasure Island residents could get a break on tolls

New proposal would exempt current occupants from congestion pricing for at least six years

Tenderloin nonprofit employs formerly homeless and incarcerated to patrol city sidewalks

Expanded security force welcomed by some, but homeless say they feel harassed

Chesa Boudin wins DA contest over Suzy Loftus

In D5 Dean Preston declares victory over Supervisor Vallie Brown

Construction worker critically injured after 40-foot fall

A construction worker was taken to the hospital in serious condition after…

Mayor Breed’s brother will get a chance to argue for resentencing

Mayor London Breed’s imprisoned brother may have a shot at getting a…

Suspect at large after shooting man on Market Street

A man was shot in broad daylight Thursday morning near the intersection…

SF community, tenant groups want an “equity champion” to head planning department

More than a dozen community and tenants rights groups are urging the…

Mayoral appointees hold on to school board, CCSF seats

San Francisco school board incumbent Jenny Lam was winning the battle to…

Teachers protest after Mission District principal abruptly placed on leave

Faculty fear investigation could be retaliation for social activism, push for better services

Tensions flare over mental health measure as talks continue on possible compromise

Supporters of mental health measure arrested before hearing

Civil Service Commission head to lead human resources at Department of Public Health

Michael Brown previously served as acting director of human resources

Homeless pregnant women, families to get higher priority for housing, services

Revisions set to go into effect by year’s end

City struggles to meet housing needs of growing number of homeless with disabilities

James Johnson currently has a roof over his head, but prefers to…

Despite community pushback, city moves ahead with large residential development in Excelsior

The San Francisco Planning Commission on Thursday advanced a 193-unit residential project…

Victim seriously injured in shooting across from Lowell High School

Campus briefly locked down; no threat to students

New limits proposed on extended-stay rentals

Legislation introduced Tuesday aims to regulate a growing trend of companies leasing…

Couple’s belongings swept away by police in enforcement action captured on video

San Francisco police officers working alongside Department of Public Works employees confiscated…

ER nurses file workplace safety complaint over alleged violence against staff

Emergency department nurses at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital have filed…

SFUSD going back to basics with school lunches made from scratch

Upgraded culinary center could serve as model for expanded in-house food production.