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Academy of Sciences has ‘the right stuff’ for reopening

Golden Gate Park attraction welcomes public back on Oct. 23

Approaches to housing at heart of SF state senate race

Incumbent state Sen. Scott Wiener has authored and backed dozens of bills…

SFPUC expands grant program for homeowners preparing for winter rains

City now offers upfront funding to some homeowners for flood protection installation

Supes, district attorney denounce Tenderloin attacks on elderly Asian women

Following the arrest of a man this week in connection with two…

NFL expansion team effort in Oakland bids $92.5m for city’s Coliseum stake

By Eli Walsh Bay City News Foundation A group of African American… moves in to new pop-up studio at Ferry Building

Collaboration is the first of its kind for the radio station and landmark building

Report: Drug overdose deaths in 2020 already surpass 2019’s staggering high

Drug overdose deaths in San Francisco appear to have already surpassed the…

Arts school, neighbors clash over Haight expansion

A proposed expansion of a performing arts school in the Haight was…

Without more federal aid, SFMTA may start dipping into ‘rainy day’ reserves

Financial forecast bleak, with a $32 million operating budget deficit expected this fiscal year

Sen. Wiener announces renewed push for safe injection sites

State Sen. Scott Wiener on Thursday announced he’s planning on reintroducing legislation…

Contractors charged in Nuru corruption scandal plead guilty

Two contractors accused of bribing former Public Works head Mohammed Nuru in…

Economic recovery task force calls for extended Shared Spaces program

Report includes 41 ideas to address COVID-19 impact on economy

‘Navy Seals of nurses’ provide vital care in shelter-in-place hotels

For more than 6 months, team has cared for more than 2,900 homeless people in temporary rooms

Theaters turn down chance to reopen due to ‘insurmountable’ restrictions

City rules limit movie houses to 25 percent of capacity, ban sale of concessions

Muni drivers enforcing mask rules vulnerable to attacks

SFMTA official says transit agency is ‘incredibly concerned’ about worker safety

Firefighters salute fallen comrade after fatal training accident

A San Francisco firefighter-paramedic died during a training accident Wednesday morning, Fire…

ACLU accuses police of ‘spying’ on George Floyd protesters in new lawsuit

SFPD tapped into privately funded camera network amid looting, vandalism in Union Square

Supervisors ban no-fault evictions in SF through March

Supervisors approved sweeping legislation on Tuesday that would protect San Francisco tenants…

Tenants defeat rent hikes at city-owned Midtown Park Apartments

Supervisors approve legislation rolling back 2014 increases, putting rent control in place

Library, school district partner on new bookmobile service

New pop-up pickup service will let patrons pick up books from school sites, Treasure Island