Nuala Sawyer

The biggest loss in Paradise? Its elders

James “Jay” Rose woke up on the morning of Nov. 8 to…

Hit and run trial begins for Castro’s ‘Hot Cop’

Opening statements began Wednesday in the hit and run trial of San…

UPDATE: Three people shot at Dolores Park

A shooting at Dolores Park on Thursday afternoon left three men injured,…

Top stories of the week: Emergency immigration hotline, seal pupping season, delivery robots

Had a hard time keeping up with The City's news this week?…

Air District offers $5 million in grants for public electric vehicle charging stations

The Air District announced that it's opening its 2017 grant funding cycle…

California Health Officials release report on cell phone radiation

A previously unreleased report on cell phone radiation commissioned by California’s Department of…

Counter-protest planned in response to Berkeley ‘March 4 Trump’

News that a nationwide 'March 4 Trump' would be hitting close to…

Eight weeks of overnight construction will close parts of 19th Avenue

A large construction project to seismically upgrade three key Hetch Hetchy water…

Recology driver spotted offering senior citizen a little assistance

A heartwarming act of kindness was captured today when a Recology worker…

Woman suffers serious injuries after being hit by a car in the Excelsior

A woman was hit by a car in the Excelsior District Wednesday…

Babysitters earn more in SF than anywhere else in the nation, states new report

San Francisco's expensive childcare costs extend to babysitting, according to a new…

Senator Hill calls for change in statewide utility bill structure

Senator Jerry Hill is calling on PG&E and the California Public Utilities…

SFMTA changes tune after public outcry over new ‘parking-protected’ bike lane

It was supposed to be a bike lane that kept drivers away…

As seal pupping season begins, experts offer tips for safe viewing

It's birthing season for several species of ocean mammals that live along…

City’s homeless presenting ‘Speak On It! Voices from the Streets’ workshop at SF Public Library

A unique event is taking place at the San Francisco Public Library…

Mission District Grocery Outlet opening next week

Mission District residents will have a new grocery store option on March…

Nearly 700,000 books returned to SF Public Library during ‘fine amnesty’ month

A recent campaign by the San Francisco Public Library to reactivate its…

New poll shows SF residents favor Navigation Centers

Concern is rising about citywide homeless street behavior, the cost of owning…

Pro-Trump rally marching in Berkeley Saturday

A national event titled "March 4 Trump" is coming to Berkeley Saturday.…

South Park reopening next week after $3.8 million renovation

San Francisco's oldest park is reopening on Tuesday after a 16-month renovation.…