Laura Waxmann

Settlement reached in lawsuit to end money bail in San Francisco

A settlement was reached Friday in a federal class action lawsuit seeking…

Federal immigration policy change jeopardizes lives of severely ill immigrants

USCIS has ended practice protecting immigrants receiving critical medical services from deportation.

Powell Street BART station to discontinue paper ticket sales

BART is working toward a Clipper-only fare payment system by 2020.

Property owner wins approval of new plans on site of illegally demolished home

A property owner who was ordered to rebuild a Twin Peaks home…

Ronen, Haney to call for hearing on closure of permanent beds for mentally ill

Supervisors Hillary Ronen and Matt Haney are demanding a public hearing on…

Business groups appeal ruling upholding taxes to fund childcare, homelessness services

Two measures set to generate more than $400 million annually

Millennium Tower homeowners reach tentative settlement in lawsuits over sinking building

Deal announced after plan to stabilize residential highrise approved

Safe parking site up for approval

Neighbors, Planning Commission to weigh in on facility for homeless living in vehicles

Thirsty students can fill up at SF schools

Revenue from a tax on soda and sugary beverages approved by San…

Grieving mother fears for family’s safety as community of slain teen works to heal

Wearing necklaces with laminated photos of Day’von Hann over their hearts, friends…

City cuts to long-term mental health beds prompt protest

Elected officials, hospital staff call move to short-term beds for homeless ‘short-sighted’

S.F. mural debate follows students during first week of school

Classes started Monday at George Washington High School, but the fallout of…

City shutting down long-term mental health beds to expand hospital Navigation Center

The City is preparing to close dozens of permanent, residential treatment beds…

Free speech group sues city over raids on journalist

Free speech advocates filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking to force the San…

Community-led efforts to monitor air quality in Bayview, Eastern neighborhoods gain traction

San Francisco community groups are working to install high-quality sensors in the…

Jeff Adachi remembered as Bayview youth prepare for new school year

When late San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi co-founded BMAGIC in 2004,…

CCSF employee accused of falsely claiming benefits

A City College of San Francisco custodian has been charged with six…

Police ask public for help in solving fatal Bayview hit-and-run

The collision claimed the life of 59-year-old Bruce Romans.

School board working to put ethnic studies at heart of district curriculum

Efforts to educate students on concepts such as structural racism, identity and…