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Californians to vote on restoring voting rights of parolees

If passed, Proposition 17 would amend the California Constitution and allow parolees to vote

SF Zoo can now open but reopening of other business still on hold

In the latest reopening news, The City will allow the San Francisco…

SF library plans to reopen with pickup and drop-off services

Since March, all 28 library locations in San Francisco have been closed…

New audio of couple calling police on SF man bolsters racial bias claims, supe says

Pacific Heights incident spurred CAREN Act to outlaw discriminatory reports to police

California releasing most prison inmates 12 weeks early to clear space amid coronavirus

California prisons will release inmates as early as 12 weeks ahead of…

Half of Golden Gate Transit commuter buses suspended starting Sunday

Some routes have had as few as one passenger at a time

State hires firefighters as wildfire season begins

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday outlined the steps California has taken to…

Supes to vote on proposal to ease restrictions on gay bathhouses

Mandelman hopes to ‘make the operation of adult sex venues more feasible.’

Bill to create state public bank could jumpstart SF efforts

California may move $10 billion of its investment banking funds to rebuild…

Breed, Walton test negative for COVID-19 after exposure to the virus

Mayor London Breed announced Thursday she tested negative for COVID-19 after notified…

Bodycam video released of fatal shooting of SF man by Vallejo police

Sean Monterrosa killed by officers after night of protests and looting

SF mayor, supervisor tested after exposure to COVID-19

Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Shamann Walton were notified Wednesday that they…

‘No timetable’ for cable car return, SFMTA says

How the temporary absence of cable cars means more than just a loss of transit routes

Breed’s bond for parks and homelessness gains support as it grows by nearly $50M

Renovation of Chinatown’s Portsmouth Square added to proposal

Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island get a power system upgrade

SFPUC installing devices to shorten duration of outages

Buoyed by public support, Caltrain one-step closer to considering 1/8-cent sales tax

Agency’s governing body will meet Thursday to discuss new poll results and future of ballot measure

Health department guidelines for schools set rigorous standards for social distance, cleanliness

Health department guidance issued Wednesday for in-person instruction at San Francisco schools…

As city schools weigh reopening, doubts about safety dominate conversations with teachers

‘If I don’t feel safe as an educator, how am I going to be prepared to teach?’

Family of slain six-year-old boy seeks answers

‘He was going to be somebody’

Paper or plastic? BART will soon offer no choice.

Four more San Francisco stations will stop selling paper tickets this month