Laura Waxmann

Breed, supervisors announce deal on housing measures

Mayor announces support for Board’s proposal after supervisors agree to increase height limits

Police: Tesla not in auto-pilot at time of fatal collision

The Tesla involved in a fatal collision in the Tenderloin on Sunday…

SFPD’s Toney Chaplin hired to lead Hayward Police Department

Once in the running for SFPD police chief, Toney Chaplin will now lead Hayward’s police force.

Homeless Coalition moving to new, smaller home

Nonprofit moving into smaller space after landlord announces plans to redevelop property

Comedy club signs new lease ensuring its survival at current location

The Punch Line, once threatened with eviction by August, granted legacy business status

Family and friends raising money for injured skateboard entrepreneur

Tomoko Oikawa injured in annual Dolores Park Hill Bomb

Navigation Center opponents’ lawsuit sent back to SF

Judge declines to issue immediate injunction stopping construction of Embarcadero shelter

One person killed in big-rig hit-and-run

UPDATE (10:15 a.m.): The victim of a hit-and-run collision in downtown San…

More housing approved for Hunters Point despite contamination concerns

San Francisco has approved initial plans for the construction of more homes at the Hunters Point Shipyard, despite pending litigation over health concerns there.

Tenants win reprieve in eviction fight with 500 Capp Street Foundation founder

Owner of David Ireland house had hoped to use adjacent property to house visiting artists

Facebook cafeteria workers call out social media giant

Union demanding better wages, benefits as contract talks continue

Attorneys frustrated by delays in efforts to unseal search warrants against journalist

Judge postpones decision on release of documents to review for potential confidential information

Owning up to racial profiling

Youth mentor seeking formal apology after shoplifting accusation by SF store

State bill seeking to boost protection for gig workers advances in the Senate

Many contractors, including Uber and Lyft drivers, could be reclassified as employees

Kaiser mental health workers walk out over understaffing, lack of resources

More than 60 mental health workers with Kaiser Permanente are expected to…

Teen shot in Mission District remembered as ‘rising star’ of youth gun violence prevention group

In a last text message to the daughter of United Playaz program…

SFUSD summer garden program trains teens, lets kids get their hands dirty

District’s internship program teaches kids to live more sustainably

Two teens arrested, one man sought in shooting at Tanforan mall

Police are asking for assistance in locating an 18-year-old man suspected of firing at a group inside of the mall.

Judge upholds legality of SF tax measures funding childcare, homelessness services

Business, anti-tax groups argued two-thirds majority required for approval

ZSFGH patient stabbed on hospital campus

ZSFGH stabbing victim was already a patient at the hospital