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Danny Glover touts free tuition

Native son and celebrated actor Danny Glover today at City Hall to…

Cold start to morning Wednesday but no record lows broken

It was a cold start to the day for commuters in San…

SF police, fire officials offer holiday safety tips

Make safety a priority in San Francisco this holiday season. That’s the…

Richmond District looks to engage residents in neighborhood planning

West side neighbors are invited to a community strategy session next week…

SF’s top prosecutor promises Muslim community protection from hate crimes

San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon expressed on Friday The City’s solidarity…

SF looks for ways to keep Ocean Beach afloat

Efforts are underway by city leaders to keep Ocean Beach from eroding…

No space for safe parking program

Kurt Heilman has lived in San Francisco for more than 20 years.…

Pelosi serves Thanksgiving meals in SF

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-San Francisco, accompanied by nine family members,…

Old U.S. Mint to receive $1 million grant for restoration

City, state and community leaders on Tuesday announced a $1 million grant…

SF awakens to chilly morning, but no record temps broken

San Francisco residents stepped out into a chilly morning Tuesday as temperatures…

SF installs fish line recycling stations to help marine life

City officials and environmental advocates on Wednesday unveiled one of nine new…

Mayor Lee emphasizes ‘we will always be San Francisco’

“We will always be San Francisco.” Those were the words spoken by…

SF City Hall sees second highest early voter turnout

Election Day at City Hall in San Francisco did not appear to…

Protesters aim to kill buzz around marijuana legalization

In what some may consider an ironic twist, a small group of…

SF voters take to polls ahead of Election Day

A steady stream of voters filed through City Hall on Monday, casting…

SF steps up efforts to combat voter fraud

San Francisco city leaders are reassuring voters that any reports of voter…

Bus-shelter campaign pushes health care for low-income SF residents

A San Francisco-based community health center has launched a bus-shelter campaign to…

SF City Hall goes pink for Planned Parenthood

San Francisco City Hall will light up pink Monday night to honor…

SF commissions newest fireboat on anniversary of Loma Prieta quake

San Francisco welcomed its newest fireboat, dubbed “The St. Francis,” on Monday,…

UPDATE: Suspicious bag spotted in downtown SF deemed safe

A suspicious bag spotted in front of a Wells Fargo Bank by…