Laura Waxmann

Voters approved a measure guaranteeing tenants representation — but there’s not enough money to fulfill its promises

A 2018 measure guaranteeing every San Francisco tenant facing an eviction the…

Climate strike organizers say SFUSD blocked student participation

The organizers behind Friday’s Climate Strike in San Francisco are accusing the…

Man arrested after fatal fight in Potrero Hill

An altercation early Saturday morning between two men in Potrero Hill ended…

City puts closure of long-term mental health beds on hold

In response to public outrage over a proposal to suspend 41 permanent…

Planning Commissioner Rich Hillis steps down to seek role as department head

San Francisco Planning Commissioner Richard Hillis has resigned from his post and…

Proposed pay raises for City College administrators anger students, faculty

Large increases come as college cuts classes, trims budget

SF supervisors call on health department to ‘pause’ planned relocation of mental health patients

Tensions high as protest by over closure of long-term beds shuts down Health Commission meeting

HUD secretary calls for increased deregulation after tour of Potrero Hill public housing

Carson calls for greater ‘cooperation’ between local, federal officials but offers no additional funds

Bill to extend ‘last call’ at bars, restaurants fails to win approval by state lawmakers

SB 58 failed to pass in state Legislature on Saturday.

Treasure Island residents could win new displacement protections

Supervisor working to give all current residents a chance to move into new development

Hospital workers square off with health department, allege mismanagement of long-term care units

City officials blame closure of mental health beds on staffing, safety issues

Ex-hospital CEO still employed by SF after patient abuse scandal

The head of Laguna Honda Hospital resigned from her position in June…

Steam billowing from top of Salesforce Tower prompts response from firefighters

Fire department officials quickly determined that the Salesforce Tower was not on fire.

HIV diagnoses hit historic low in SF but continue to rise in vulnerable groups

City struggles to stop new infections among homeless, African Americans, Latinos, drug users

Newly unionized airport hotel workers accuse Marriott of refusing to negotiate

Marriott’s leadership has yet to join the newly unionized workers at the bargaining table.

Sordid details emerge in abuse of patients at Laguna Honda Hospital

19 patients were photographed without their consent. Three of them were naked.

SF Public Defender demands answers over mentally ill inmates languishing in jail

San Francisco’s shortage of mental health beds could be leaving some mentally…

Supervisor presses for quick reopening of long-term mental health beds

Outraged over plans to close dozens of permanent mental health beds at…

Planning Department director to step down

San Francisco Planning Department Director John Rahaim will retire from the post…

Supervisors step up pressure on mayor, DPH to reopen long-term mental health beds

Adding to political pressure on the mayor and health department officials, Supervisor…