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Mayor appoints former commissioner Rich Hillis to lead Planning Department

The Planning Department has a new leader — Rich Hillis. Hillis, who…

  • Feb 12, 2020

Union vote at Tartine set for March

Company founders decline to accept signed cards collected by employees

Preston urges Muni to roll back proposed fare hikes

Supervisor Dean Preston introduced a resolution Tuesday to oppose Muni fare hikes…

Cleaning up Public Works

Haney legislation would break up department, create new agency focused on street cleaning

Driver arrested after allegedly hitting pedestrian in Portola neighborhood

A motorist has been arrested after he allegedly struck a woman standing…

Man shot by off-duty FBI agent in Haight is local street musician

Authorities remain silent on circumstances that led to shooting at historic intersection

Supes to vote on $49M lease to open navigation center for homeless youth

The plan to open up a navigation center in a long-vacant business…

Mayor announces funding to prevent closure of board and care facilities

To stem a yearslong decline in the number of board-and-care facilities citywide,…

City funds services for transgender older adults

The Department of Disability and Aging Services has granted approximately $1 million…

Worker on city construction project killed

A worker on a project managed by San Francisco Public Works was…

High winds down trees, prompt power outages around the Bay Area

Strong, gusty winds wreaked havoc on the Bay Area on Sunday, with…

Man, 21, seriously injured after being struck by driver near SFSU

A 21-year-old man was struck by a car and seriously injured near…

Off-duty FBI agent shoots man in Haight Ashbury

An off-duty FBI agent shot and wounded a man during an altercation…

BART service changes coming Monday

By Bay City News Service A number of changes are coming Monday…

  • Feb 8, 2020

Expect more blackouts in California, PG&E says. But utility predicts smaller, shorter shutoffs

By Dale Kasler The Sacramento Bee Make no mistake: PG&E Corp. will…

Audit finds health department failing to track gift cards

Cards obtained with federal grant funds distributed to nonprofits for use with clients

Camp survivors call on Japanese Americans to oppose immigrant detainment

When President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 on Feb. 19,…

Chinese New Year Parade street closure and route info

The annual Chinese New Year Parade celebrating the Year of the Rat…

Bike ridership up 20 percent on first day of car-free Market Street

Cylists praise increased feeling of safety due to reduced vehicle traffic

CCSF EMT student helps save man overdosing at Civic Center BART Station

An emergency medical technician student and BART police helped save a man…