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Man seriously injured in Bernal Heights stabbing

A man suffered life-threatening injuries in a stabbing on the edge of…

Bungled jail fights case leads to calls for more oversight of Sheriff’s Department

City officials are exploring options to increase the oversight of deputies after…

SF to upgrade voting machines, but keeps eye on developing an open-source system

New voting machines will allow voters to pick up to 10 candidates…

Emergency official who racked up absences during heat wave, power outages, quietly shown the door

When San Francisco experiences an earthquake, a heat wave, major power outages…

Treasure Island residents looking for a chance to be heard

From frequent power outages to fears of lingering radioactive and toxic contamination,…

Stanford employee pleads not guilty to attempted murder of girlfriend in alleged drug-fueled stabbing

A Stanford employee arrested Sunday in San Francisco has been charged with…

Mission District cultural district could expand beyond 24th Street

Mission District community advocates are eyeing an expansion of the Calle 24…

Hostile Uber encounters are inevitable when you are outnumbered

Well, it happened again. Seems like no matter how hard I try…

How the Trump tax scam is going to gentrify your neighborhood

With tax season soon approaching there’s been a lot of talk about…

‘Google train?’ Caltrain puts naming rights up for bid

Google San Francisco Station? Facebook Menlo Park Station? Names like this may…

Woman struck by car crossing street in Tenderloin

A vehicle struck a 58-year-old woman in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood on…

Breed orders city agencies to step up safety efforts after deadly week on SF streets

In the past week, two people have been killed and others injured…

Man wanted on murder turns himself in, but DA declines to charge

A 39-year-old man turned himself in to authorities on Sunday after police…

Muni may lower seats on new trains 2 inches for shorter riders

Since San Francisco’s futuristic new train fleet first click-clacked down city streets,…

After granting nonprofits a discount, SF forms 17th community benefit district in SOMA

After reducing assessments for non-profits, the Board of Supervisors unanimously voted Tuesday…

Supes reappoint ‘independent voice’ to Police Commission

Noting the importance of an “independent” oversight board, the Board of Supervisors…

Muni declines to reserve a seat for Rosa Parks

During Black History Month one city official asked Muni to install seats…

With ‘Twitter tax break’ nearing its sunset, Haney calls for hearing on controversial incentive program

With the controversial “Twitter Tax Break” program that allowed Mid-Market businesses to…

Internal dispute prompts suspension of Muni union president just as contract talks begin

Muni’s contract negotiations have taken a sharp turn before they’ve even started.…

First case of measles in more than five years confirmed in SF

The first case of measles in San Francisco since 2013 was confirmed…