MJ Johnson

Supporting new mothers from a safe distance

Parenting a newborn in a pandemic can be isolating, overwhelming

Impatient with city efforts, Bayview nonprofits set up safe camping site for homeless

Community organizers establish 40-tent camp in park to allow for social distancing

Four dead, 67 test positive for COVID-19 at Western Addition nursing home

Four people have died and 67 residents and staff have tested positive…

San Francisco bookstores struggle to survive

The beloved bookstores of San Francisco are joining the growing list of struggling small businesses during the shelter-in-place shutdowns.

City will provide free Wi-Fi spots for students at home

The City will provide free Wi-Fi “SuperSpots” to increase internet access for…

Police arrest suspect in January Sunnydale fatal shooting

Police have arrested a suspect in connection with the fatal shooting of…

In a time of isolation, the demand for animal companions has increased

Flooded with requests to foster or adopt, shelters and rescue groups move operations online

Couple stuck in Peru after abrupt border closure

SF residents among the 1,500 U.S. citizens stuck in country due to coronavirus lockdown

California lifts restrictions allowing restaurants to sell alcohol to-go

Relief comes as state orders residents to remain indoors

Libraries and rec centers to provide childcare during school closures

City scrambles to provide aid to families

Coronavirus cancellations, closures hitting hospitality and restaurant industries hard

Businesses plan to ask city government for economic stimulus package to help them survive crisis

Legislation would give the state’s blessing to affordable housing on church properties

Senate Bill 899 would allow up to 150 units without requiring rezoning

Preston calls for ban on evictions of tenants affected by coronavirus

Legislation to be introduced at Tuesday Board of Supervisor’s meeting

DA Boudin to stop charging for contraband at traffic stops, gang enhancements

District Attorney Chesa Boudin announced policy changes Friday aimed at reducing racial…

BART police data shows racial disparities in enforcement across the board

Black BART riders are overwhelmingly ticketed and cited more by BART police…

Native American leaders pressure school district over plans to cover mural

The struggle continues over the controversial murals at George Washington High School.…

Mandelman bringing bathhouses back to The City

New ordinance would amend health code restrictions imposed in 1980s

Chinese New Year Parade 2020 celebrates the Year of the Rat

Pounding drums and bursts of firecrackers echoed through the streets of downtown…

Bike ridership up 20 percent on first day of car-free Market Street

Cylists praise increased feeling of safety due to reduced vehicle traffic

Chinese New Year Parade street closure and route info

The annual Chinese New Year Parade celebrating the Year of the Rat…