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Fishermen, port struggling to recover from Pier 45 fire

Loss to fishing industry alone could be in the millions

Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park set to reopen

The San Francisco Botanical Garden will reopen to the public next Monday,…

Texts show Mayor Breed ordering police chief to ‘clear’ out homeless

Newly released text messages are offering the public a behind-the-scenes glimpse of…

Hair salons, barbershops can reopen now, in Stage 3 of Newsom’s plan

By Taryn Luna Los Angeles Times Gov. Gavin Newsom issued welcome news…

‘Shared Spaces’ program will let restaurants, retail expand into outdoor spaces

City to grant permits for use of sidewalks, parking for business operations

Murder suspect arrested in death of 94-year-old man attacked with stick

Elderly victim dies after suffering head injury in Glen Park assault

High temperatures and car exhaust prompt Spare the Air alert for Tuesday

Soaring temperatures and more cars on the roads brought haze back to…

State issues guidelines allowing places of worship to resume services

Local black ministers, civil rights leaders call for churches to remain closed

Pier 45 being inspected for structural integrity after four-alarm fire

Port of San Francisco officials began inspecting Pier 45 Sunday for strutural…

Advocates want more public notice before SF euthanizes an animal

Animal control officials say web posting proposal would eat up resources, change few outcomes

Uber, Lyft and DoorDash initiative seeking labor law exemption heads to California voters

An expensive ballot measure championed by Uber, Lyft and DoorDash to exempt…

Court upholds California governor’s coronavirus ban on in-person church services

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Gov. Gavin Newsom’s ban on…

Pier 45 warehouse goes up in flames

Four-alarm fire causes walls to collapse, threatens nearby historic ship

College class of 2020 entering a shrinking job market

By Ashley A. Smith EdSource Just a few short months ago, the…

  • May 22, 2020

Supervisors push ballot measure mandate police foot beats across SF

Law would set requirements for patrols in 10 districts

Day camps to open this summer with restrictions

Mayor Breed: ‘Children need to be able get outside and have fun’

Plan to increase density, height limits in ‘Hub’ area wins key approval

San Francisco planning officials on Thursday granted a key approval for a…

The pandemic hasn’t killed California’s big housing plans — but they have mutated

By Matt Levin, CalMatters Toni Atkins stood on the state Senate floor…

  • May 21, 2020

SF’s historic Stud to close down in style with drag funeral

Venue plans to shift to online and mobile operations and eventually reopen at new location

Warriors hotel and condo complex wins initial approval

A city commission overseeing the redevelopment of Mission Bay unanimously approved the…