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Man seriously injured in South of Market robbery, shooting

A 56-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries in a shooting during a robbery…

Woman who snatched cellphone of Sen. Wiener accused of robbing cab drivers

A woman who made news for snatching a city supervisor’s cellphone is…

Most California school districts plan to open in the fall. Here’s how it would work

Most public school districts in California are planning to reopen campuses on…

SF Pride takes 50th anniversary party online

Nation’s largest gathering of LGBTQ+ community skips iconic parade

New testing sites announced at CCSF and in mobile facility

Three additional new COVID-19 coronavirus testing sites will open in San Francisco,…

Long slow recovery ahead for hotel industry

Around 15,000 workers furloughed or laid off due to halt in tourism, conventions

Increased testing discovers more residents with COVID-19 at Laguna Honda Hospital

Outbreak has spread beyond unit where it was first discovered, but no deaths have occurred

SF braces for traffic as shelter-in-place orders ease

City looking at ways to reduce impact of increased congestion before it returns

Ballot measure would give supes more power over Muni

Supervisors hurry to make deadline for November ballot

San Francisco is — tentatively, cautiously — open for business

Retailers begin offering curbside pickup

Warriors hotel and condo proposal faces key vote

Complex would have 129 hotel rooms, 20,000-square feet of retail and 21 condominiums on top floors

Mar wants voters to approve $20M a year for CCSF to sustain job training programs

Supervisor argues fiscally troubled college is key to economic recovery after coronavirus

Corporate landlord Veritas promises to repay small-business loan after pressure

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi among those calling for return of funds

Examiner interns struggle with pandemic’s impacts while reporting its effects on others

‘I feel cheated, but know I have no control over it’

Lyft corners temporary bikeshare monopoly in San Francisco

Competitor Jump’s permit expires amid ongoing legal battle

  • May 17, 2020

Long-awaited Portsmouth Square renovation left off proposed $438.5m bond measure

Community backs transformation of heavily-used park, considered a key project for Chinatown

SF’s first sanctioned camping site for the homeless gives residents a safe place to sleep

Additional locations are in the works as city struggles to care for most vulnerable during pandemic

Reopening The City could make the streets more dangerous

Pedestrian advocates call for increased safe measures as business activity returns

First drive-through food pantry opens in San Francisco on parking lot for Giants ballpark

S.F.-Marin Food Bank launches first site on Seawall Lot 337

Family sues over death of homeless man who suffered heart attack in police custody

Burris claims SFPD used excessive force against hospital patient seeking shelter bed