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The Academy of Art University is one of San Francisco’s largest property owners and landlords. (Ekevara Kitpowsong/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Sides drawn in lawsuit filed by SF against Academy of Art

The Academy of Art University may have cleared a major hurdle last…

 

Supervisor Mark Farrell's lawsuit to overturn his $191,000 ethics fine will be heard in court next week. (Kevin Kelleher/2015 Special to S.F. Examiner)

Court hearing on Farrell’s lawsuit over $191K ethics fine postponed

The first legal arguments in Supervisor Mark Farrell’s lawsuit to overturn his…

 

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Judge declines to grant preliminary injunction requiring independent voter information

A federal judge in San Francisco on Wednesday refused to grant a…

 

Judge grants motion ordering SF landlord not to discriminate against Section 8 tenants

A San Francisco Superior Court judge has granted an injunction against a…

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SF sues landlord for letting properties accumulate feces, rodents

San Francisco is suing a landlord for allegedly letting his rental properties…

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City suing Academy of Art University over illegal buildings

San Francisco is suing the Academy of Art University over the academy’s…

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Supervisor John Avalos held a City Hall hearing Thursday on illegal gambling dens in the Excelsior neighborhood he represents. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

City seeking ‘kingpins’ of Excelsior gambling shacks

Residents and law enforcement officers have been busy in the Excelsior neighborhood…

Supervisor John Avalos held a City Hall hearing Thursday on illegal gambling dens in the Excelsior neighborhood he represents. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

CCSF’s math department recovering after accreditation crisis

City College of San Francisco’s math department is bouncing back this fall…

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Embattled Port Commissioner Mel Murphy resigns

Mel Murphy, the embattled San Francisco Port Commission member and veteran developer…

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Angelo Sangiacomo, developer of Trinity Place, is under investigation for allegedly leasing nearly two dozen rent-controlled units at the South of Market development. (Michael Ares/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Trinity Place developer accused of illegally leasing apartments

As San Francisco continues to debate the future of its short-term rental…

Angelo Sangiacomo, developer of Trinity Place, is under investigation for allegedly leasing nearly two dozen rent-controlled units at the South of Market development. (Michael Ares/Special to S.F. Examiner)
City College of San Francisco  officials will ask the school’s accrediting commission to reverse its 2013 decision to revoke the school’s accreditation. Mike Koozmin 2014/S.F. Examiner

CCSF to meet with accrediting commission over possible reversal of 2013 decision

Leaders with City College of San Francisco on Wednesday will ask the…

City College of San Francisco  officials will ask the school’s accrediting commission to reverse its 2013 decision to revoke the school’s accreditation. Mike Koozmin 2014/S.F. Examiner
Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerA private shuttle sits near Howard and 10th streets in SOMA.

City Attorney’s office tries to stall Google Bus trial hearing

Petitioners of a lawsuit against San Francisco’s commuter shuttle pilot program last…

Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerA private shuttle sits near Howard and 10th streets in SOMA.

Chancellor: CCSF requests court to revoke accreditation termination decision

As of last month, City College of San Francisco is in restoration…

Re-evaluation of CCSF pitched during trial’s closing arguments

City College of San Francisco may know as early as next month…

Beth LaBergeThe City College  Chinatown/North Beach Campus at 808 Kearney St on Nov. 7

City attorneys: Adequate warning not given on threat to close CCSF

City College of San Francisco's accreditor lacked clarity regarding the severity of…

Beth LaBergeThe City College  Chinatown/North Beach Campus at 808 Kearney St on Nov. 7
mike koozmin/2013 S.f. Examiner file photoThe Recreation and Park Department added boulders to a levee near Pacifica’s Sharp Park Golf Course

City sued over Sharp Park Golf Course project

A group of conservation agencies has filed a suit against The City,…

mike koozmin/2013 S.f. Examiner file photoThe Recreation and Park Department added boulders to a levee near Pacifica’s Sharp Park Golf Course
Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerLa Mar on The Embarcadero is among dozens of San Francisco restaurants paying hefty fines for taking surcharges intended for their employees’ health care.

More than $2M to be paid to SF employees over delinquent healthcare surcharges

In 2009, an extra charge started appearing on customers’ checks at La…

Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerLa Mar on The Embarcadero is among dozens of San Francisco restaurants paying hefty fines for taking surcharges intended for their employees’ health care.

Dozens of care workers earn back $800K in unpaid wages

Dozens of San Francisco care home workers were presented with an $800,000…

Sunset district assisted living facility settles lawsuit with SF for $270,000

A Sunset district assisted living facility settled a wage theft lawsuit with…

S.F. Examiner file photo15 current and retired San Francisco firefighters won an award for back pay and damages in an age discrimination lawsuit against The City.

15 S.F. firefighters win $3.7 Million in age discrimination case

City lawyers are evaluating their next steps in the wake of a…

S.F. Examiner file photo15 current and retired San Francisco firefighters won an award for back pay and damages in an age discrimination lawsuit against The City.