Laura Waxmann

Anti-tax groups fight homelessness, childcare ballot measures in court hearing

Millions at stake as city defends initiatives passed with less than two-thirds majority

District 6 supervisor takes on canine ‘poop problem’

San Francisco’s struggles with human poop in public places have made national…

SF General program helping HIV survivors to age ‘masterfully’

Growing group of elderly patients struggle with isolation, mental health, comorbid diagnoses

SRO activist ends hunger strike over rent caps for low-income residents

Budget deal approved Wednesday includes $1M to help those paying more than half their income on rent

Funding deal secures future for Free City program

The City College of San Francisco board on Thursday is expected to…

School board votes to paint over historic high school mural

Alumni have threatened to sue over removal of frescoes depicting slavery, death of Native Americans

Property confiscated during encampment sweeps rarely returned, homeless say

Homeless, advocates hold protest at Potrero Hill operations yard

After years of delay, swimming pool set to open inside Richmond District’s Alexandria Theater

Planning Commission voted 4-1 to approve modified plans for the long-vacant theater.

SF DA George Gascon could enter Los Angeles race

Gascon could challenge Jackie Lacey for DA in his hometown

SRO resident on hunger strike for rent relief

Activist putting her body on the line in push to cap rents for residents in city SROs

Emotions run high at hearing on plan to remove or cover historic New Deal mural

Controversial Washington High School fresco depicts slaves, dead Native American

Nonprofit seeking city assistance to buy historic Mission District property

Mission Economic Development Agency under contract to purchase Redstone Building for $15M

‘Against the interest of the people’: City College community opposes Balboa Reservoir housing project

CCSF neighbors express concerns over affordability, impacts on area

Food workers at SFO call for increased wages, health care with strike vote

‘I can’t even think of having health insurance,’ one worker says

Proposal brings new hope for the Mezzanine

The Mezzanine may not be forced to move out after all if District 6 Supervisor Matt Haney’s plan works.

Police descend on homeless camp in the Mission

Clutching a broom in one hand and a trash bag in the other, Jose Garcia is well-aware that there are few places in San Francisco where he and his loved ones are welcome.

Three months after shooting, Fillmore Heritage Center to host events

Nearly three months after a shooting closed the Fillmore Heritage Center, hailed as a cornerstone of the Fillmore’s Black community, will host a series of events.

Day to be dedicated to beloved San Francisco ‘Tamale Lady’

The “Tamale Lady” — San Francisco’s perhaps most beloved street vendor — will soon have a day dedicated to her legacy.

Fruitvale BART station mural honors Oscar Grant 10 years after shooting death

More than a decade after Oscar Grant was shot and killed by…

Teacher stipends could attract new talent to underserved schools

Mayor’s budget proposal includes $10 million in funding for new staffing incentives