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Protesters demonstrate against Salesforce outside Dreamforce conference

Immigrants rights advocates with Bay Resistance, Coalition to Close the Concentration Camps…

Cultural district to honor Native American legacy in Mission

Half a century after activists occupied Alcatraz in a historic movement for…

Battle brews within SF police union over leadership style

Gary Delagnes-endorsed candidate to challenge Tony Montoya for presidency

Mayor Breed’s choice for Planning Commission clears first hurdle

Appointee Susan Diamond says she ‘wants to hear from all communities’

Child tries to rob 79-year-old near Argonne Elementary School

A young girl allegedly tried to rob a 79-year-old woman near Argonne…

Becerra sues Juul over alleged illegal sales to underage youth

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Los Angeles County officials sued Juul…

PG&E announces another round of possible power shutoffs

PG&E on Monday began notifying 264,000 customers in 22 counties about a…

Multiple equipment and power failures lead to Muni delays

A series of mechanical and equipment problems caused major delays in Muni…

SF officials demand faster action on street safety amid rise in traffic deaths

‘What the heck are we waiting for?’ says Board of Supervisors President Norman Yee

Report finds disparities in PG&E power shutoffs among SF customers

Bayview-Hunters Point has highest rate of PG&E disconnections for nonpayment

Castro Street fire: City extends financial help to four damaged businesses

San Francisco is offering financial assistance to four businesses that were damaged…

‘Doctor Dogs’ a prescription for health and happiness

Alert animals can detect disease, aid people with various medical conditions

A public bank could make affordable housing more affordable

How would a public bank fund affordable housing? On Tuesday, Supervisor Sandra…

City to double rate of bike rack installation

Bike racks are about to spring up across The City like wildflowers.…

School district leaders want to keep cops off campus

SFUSD renegotiating agreement with police on handling of incidents involving students

Large fire displaces residents in Castro District

A large fire in San Francisco’s Castro District Saturday morning injured two…

CCSF faces further class cuts to stem $13 million deficit

College weighing elimination of some programs including culinary arts, journalism

City opens winter shelter beds

Additional resources aimed largely at men, who make up more than half of homeless population

Confusion over planning codes nearly kills Sunset District restaurant project

A San Francisco couple that dreamed of serving the community they live…

Jury awards Planned Parenthood nearly $2.3 million in civil suit against anti-abortion activists

A federal jury in San Francisco on Friday awarded Planned Parenthood Federation…