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Coronavirus and the NFL: 49ers preparing for training camp outside California

While states throughout the country differ on government-imposed restrictions surrounding the coronavirus…

Coronavirus shutdown means less money for schools, healthcare in California budget, Newsom says

With California’s economy hobbled by the impacts of the long coronavirus shutdown,…

SFMTA to increase service on some lines, restore 9R San Bruno Rapid service

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency announced Thursday that it will soon…

I Drive SF: The virus and the damage done

Just when you think it’s safe to go outside again, you wake up with a tickle in the back of your throat, or a stuffy nose

‘Hub’ plan at Market and Van Ness faces key vote

Project would make room for more than 15,000 more residents in the transit-rich area

City commission urges new protections, support for gig workers

Recommendations include minimum wage, licensing, restrooms, rideshare co-op

Coronavirus could derail push to increase oversight of Sheriff’s Department

Supervisor Walton has until Tuesday to decide whether to move forward with proposed ballot measure

SF to release guidelines on reopening of retail shops

San Francisco will allow most retail to reopen with curbside sales and…

Green Space: Saving the future of the herring fishery

“We’re not in the business to catch the last fish,” said Nick Sohrakoff, president and director of the San Francisco Bay Herring Research Association

Hospitals call for state, federal funding as revenues plummet

Medical centers furlough workers due to lost revenue from canceled elective procedures

Supes reject SFMTA board appointment after fare hikes approved against their wishes

A disability activist’s reappointment to serve a third and final four-year term…

CSU to cancel most in-person classes and go online this fall

Vaccines or treatments are unlikely to be available for students by fall

Nonprofit clinics struggling with lost revenue, remote care

Coronavirus pandemic makes it harder for vital healthcare providers to raise money, reach patients

Youth vote proponents to make a second try in November

Charter amendment would allow 16 and 17-year-olds a say in local elections

SF proposes $438.5M November bond measure to fund streets, parks, mental health and homeless services

San Francisco plans to ask voters this November to approve a $438.5…

U.N. Plaza stabbing injures woman

Knife attack among two reported to police Sunday

Small businesses in Bayview work together to survive and serve

Bayview businesses have leveraged local initiatives to survive and serve the community.

SF Lives: The fine art of sheltering in place

Satinover is a sculptor who often works in metal and found materials

Supporting new mothers from a safe distance

Parenting a newborn in a pandemic can be isolating, overwhelming