Coronavirus

SF tenants could soon gain expanded eviction protections

Sweeping legislation that would protect San Francisco tenants from no-fault evictions through…

Trump aides unsure they can keep president contained once he returns to White House

By Josh Wingrove, Jennifer Jacobs and Justin Sink Bloomberg News President Donald…

Workers may get cash payout from medical reimbursement accounts

Offer of $500 bonus intended to help with COVID-related expenses

Questions emerge about timing and severity of President Trump’s coronavirus infection

By Noah Bierman, Chris Megerian and Eli Stokols Los Angeles Times White…

Trump, first lady test positive for coronavirus

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for COVID-19…

Data shows steep drop in SF sales tax revenue, possible decline in population

City economist calls data ‘a warning sign for small businesses’

SFO contractor downplays scale of COVID-19 outbreak

Company failed to inform workers, airport as 10 people tested positive within three week period

Looking forward to the reopening of The City’s playgrounds

SF kids deserve the opportunity to get outside

Limited indoor dining, church services to begin in SF

San Francisco will move ahead Wednesday with indoor dining and church services…

Playgrounds set to reopen in October

For the first time since March, San Francisco’s outdoor playgrounds will reopen…

Program busing homeless out of SF sees sharp decline

City to reopen in-person Homeward Bound office to boost participation

Twin Peaks closure leads to complaints from neighbors

Twin Peaks Boulevard will no longer be entirely closed to motor vehicles…

U.S. Attorney threatens legal action against SF over limits on indoor church services

Federal authorities threatened to take action on Friday if San Francisco did…

City to offer free permit for outdoor live music, amplified sound

San Francisco will make it easier for businesses to have outdoor live…

City announces $28 million for Latino community to combat COVID-19

The city will provide $28.5 million to support the city’s Latino community,…

Businesses to get a break with extension of commercial eviction ban

San Francisco now has state clearance to extend its commercial eviction ban…

SFUSD reopening plan slowly taking shape

Six private schools among first to get waivers to resume in-person teaching

SF could waive outdoor permitting fees for business

An ordinance proposed by supervisors Aaron Peskin and Rafael Mandelman would waive…

What an odd, half full city San Francisco has become

Despite feeling empty, mad and sad, we can make changes by getting out the vote

Emergency transit-only lanes on Geary could help ease crowding on buses

SFMTA proposal intended to help commuting essential workers