Bay Area News

Disabled senior falls through the cracks of city’s system, struggles to avoid homelessness

Inside a quiet room at the UCSF Library, Robert Brown hit the…

SF sues drug makers, distributors over role in opioid epidemic

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera sued an array of prescription drug…

Family pleads for waiver to allow Yemeni mother to visit dying son

Civil rights and religious leaders today called on the U.S. State Department…

Yemeni mother granted travel ban waiver to visit dying son at Oakland hospital

A Yemeni mother is receiving a visa waiver that will allow her…

San Francisco cannot solve the Bay Area’s affordable housing crisis on its own

In the Follow the Money column published April 29, I argued that…

Straw expectations are wildly different by drink and locale

Between waiting tables and bartending over the past 18 or so years,…

Sweeping regional housing plan under construction

An ambitious regional housing plan aiming to create 35,000 new housing units…

Kaiser mental health workers walk out for five-day strike

Kaiser Permanente mental health clinicians in San Francisco and across northern California…

SantaCon is on, despite pushback from City

Despite the City’s objection to the annual SantaCon, hundreds of revelers in…

City to develop plans for future air quality emergencies after November fire

Mayor London Breed on Friday ordered city staff to develop plans to…

‘Til death do us part: When rent control is a bigger commitment than marriage

We’d had a pretty incredible San Francisco night. It started at one…

Why I hate being mistaken for an Uber driver

In a city where over 50 percent of the population relies on…

The news is not all good when it comes to this year’s Dungeness crab season

Joy to the world! San Francisco’s markets and menus are stocked with…

Outside Lands contract set to be extended through 2031

San Francisco and music promoter Another Planet Entertainment have negotiated a deal…

SF Marriott workers reach tentative agreement with hotel corporation

UPDATE 6:18 p.m.: UNITE HERE Local 2 workers nearly unanimously voted to…

SF’s last shipyard workers feel forgotten without jobs, severance pay

Berkeley-born Matt Bergamini spent 15 years crawling through stories-tall steel ships, wiring…

Change in law means thousands more SF residents will receive food stamps

A change in state law will soon give thousands of San Francisco’s…

Striking Marriott workers rally for affordable healthcare as negotiations pick up this weekend

Union leaders representing more than 2,500 Marriott hotel workers in San Francisco…

Homeless and undocumented: Different sides of the same coin

In his Pulitzer prize winning book “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the…

More rainy, windy weather expected in the Bay Area

Wet weather, strong winds and big surf are expected across the Bay…