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Leno blasts District Attorney appointment, will campaign against Loftus

Leno had not endorsed in the race, but expressed disgust at Mayor London Breed’s appointment so close to the election, which he described as a naked power play.

SF kicks off celebration to honor indigenous peoples

The most ambitious San Francisco-wide celebration of indigenous peoples kicks off Friday…

Breed, officials hope basketball fans will set sail on new ferry service to Chase Center

With the wind whipping her hair, the sun beaming down and a…

District Attorney George Gascon resigns seat for run in Los Angeles

San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon on Thursday announced his resignation, saying…

Wrong-way driver suspected of DUI in collision that killed 4

Taxi driver and two passengers from Illinois are among the dead

EPA alleges city dumped sewage into ocean, violating Clean Water Act

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday accused the city of San Francisco of violating the Clean Water Act by allegedly dumping untreated wastewater into oceans.

Airport workers rally at SFO for better working conditions

Respect for their labor, safer workloads and affordable health care were among the demands.

Health Department promises plan for long-term mental health beds before end of month

Public Health Director Grant Colfax has given his staff until mid-October to…

Court ruling on Philadelphia safe injection site gives new hope for SF plans

A court ruling Wednesday that a Philadelphia nonprofit’s plan to open a…

Calls for more police patrols spur talk of replacing cops with deputies at SFO

A city supervisor is exploring whether San Francisco could increase the number…

‘You don’t get there if you’re not listening’

BART general manager launches ‘listening tour’ to hear rider concerns across system

Mayor Breed celebrates SF’s first Office of Racial Equity: ‘We need action’

San Francisco will launch The City’s first Office of Racial Equity later…

Supervisors press on with mental health care ballot measure despite mayor’s opposition

City leaders seeking to overhaul San Francisco’s behavioral health system are forging…

‘You live in a city, not on an island’: Nonprofit leaders rally in support of affordable housing bond

As a representative of Chinatown Community Development Center, Matthias Mormino says he…

Memo: Resolution declaring the NRA a domestic terrorist group ‘did not change city law’

Contractors won’t face punishment for doing business with the gun rights group

City solution to Clinton Park anti-homeless measures: ‘larger boulders’

Public Works Director: ‘The problem is they were not big enough’

Power restored to Excelsior, Portola, Balboa Park

Power was restored to over 6,000 customers in Excelsior, Portola and Balboa…

Sheriff candidate defends deputies involved in fatal dog shooting

Public defender calls incident ‘preventable and unnecessary’

Mayor Breed signals support for SFMTA scooter policy

After transit officials announced this week that nearly 10,000 e-scooters may soon…

Charging ahead to combat climate change

New legislation could add thousands of new electric vehicle charging stations to parking garages