Politics

Vallie Brown tops progressive challenger in District 5 supervisor campaign fundraising

New filings show Dean Preston drawing more donations from outside district

Residents get a sneak peek at mural at center of national debate

Ballot measure planned to block destruction of frescoes at George Washington High School

Breed signs $12.3B budget

Mayor London Breed signed the new Fiscal Year 2019/2020 and 2020-2021 budget…

Bay Area Puerto-Rican community celebrates Governor Ricardo Roselló’s resignation

‘Our people are waking up in such a wonderful and decisive way’

SF district attorney race shapes up with Loftus leading in fundraising

The race is still considered an open field with Boudin close behind

Homeless count shows sharp decline in Golden Gate Park — but where did everyone go?

The number of homeless people counted in Golden Gate Park in past…

Formerly homeless say city ignores complaints over living conditions in subsidized housing

A city review revealed tenant complaints about mildew, mold and rodents, as well as harassment.

Homelessness grows on SF’s sleepy west side

Ah, The Avenues. San Francisco’s sleepy suburbs, where you can’t walk two…

‘Vision Zero’ plan calls for end to homicides citywide

Supervisor Shamann Walton introduces proposal for citywide coordination of anti-violence efforts

Rising fear of crime in Chinese community prompts legislative action

Supervisor seeks police demographic data following attack on Chinatown leaders

Supervisors weigh possible legislation on corporate rentals

Companies seen as skirting city rules on short-term rentals, hotels

Mayor announces new Navigation Center site in Bayview

San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Monday announced plans to build the…

‘How can you live with yourself?’ — SF official confronts Sen. Ted Cruz on detention centers

San Francisco politicians angrily spout off about President Donald Trump and Republicans…

Is San Francisco racist?

Let’s face the reality of explicit racial bias and safety inequity

The jury has spoken. Will anyone listen?

The San Francisco Civil Grand Jury report did not shy away from controversial questions like counter-terrorism and pensions.

Anti-corporate candidate runs for SF Pride Board

LGBTQ progressives are preparing to tear down San Francisco Pride’s corporate rainbows.…

Board backs away from homeless commission vote in face of opposition from mayor

Breed ‘heavily influenced’ decision to push measure to March 2020 ballot

City looks at ways to help small businesses survive flavored tobacco, e-cigarette bans

A proposal from Supervisor Shamann Walton to establish a working group to…

SF leaders urge California to restore voting rights for parolees

State lawmakers working to put issue on 2020 ballot

Comedy club signs new lease ensuring its survival at current location

The Punch Line, once threatened with eviction by August, granted legacy business status