editorials

SF transit agency must cease questionable practices

There are now two incidents in which officials at the San Francisco…

Fight for same-sex marriage is not over

From where California and San Francisco stand now in regard to the…

SF has a chance to truly help people living on the streets

The issue of people living on the streets of San Francisco has…

Presidio Trust makes commendable decision to shelve commissary projects

The Presidio Trust took a bold and completely accurate step Monday in…

SFUSD should work to end student suspensions

The most vulnerable members of our school population need the most support…

Lawsuits over SF housing protections just the beginning

The two lawsuits filed over two recently adopted housing laws in San…

SF can emerge as a nationwide example of fighting inequality

There were two clear messages in President Barack Obama’s State of the…

It’s time for SF to ban the box

There is one little box on housing and job applications that can…

S.F.'s discussion about tech buses is not over

Years ago, the topic of private buses rumbling through city streets might…

Bay Bridge construction raises major questions

Troubling new questions have been raised about the construction of the new…

SF’s parking meters should continue to be enforced on Sundays

For the past year, San Francisco has enforced parking meters on Sundays.…

Building more housing in S.F. requires another look at approval process

Mayor Ed Lee in his State of the City address on Friday…

Lowering number of pedestrian fatalities should involve collaborative measures

San Francisco had a dismal year when it came to pedestrian safety…

SF needs to make the Main Library safer

The San Francisco Public Library has taken extraordinary steps in the past…

SF takes smart first step in regulating tech shuttles

The pilot program that will charge fees for tech shuttles —along with…

Companies in Twitter-tax zone must own up to community work

Years ago, San Francisco made a big push to hold nonprofits that…

SF must take a longer view when it comes to planning for the future

When people talk about the future of San Francisco, they mostly take…

Fatal accident in SF raises question: Who shares the blame in the ‘sharing economy’?

In a heart-wrenching incident on New Year's Eve, a mother and her…

San Francisco is not a city where one answer will solve all the problems

The Chamber of Commerce released its latest Paychecks and Pink Slips Scorecard…

SFpark statistics help SF create smarter policies

Stand on a sidewalk in any of The City’s busy commercial corridors…