On four separate occasions in October 2017, the informant entered Echo Park United Methodist Church with a hidden recorder.
Free Muni, Uber crackdowns and bikeshare support — D5 supervisor candidates stake out transportation positions
Free Muni for all, car-free streets, a crackdown on scofflaw Uber drivers,…
Presidential candidate positions himself as a financially independent outsider
New fee intended to reduce traffic congestion, fund transit
Market Street canopy project to total $91.3M, with around half coming from city transportation bond
Supervisor Mar plans to pursue revised measure in 2020
Prominent San Francisco Republicans hosted Donald Trump Jr. and former Fox News…
Legislation also bans plastic produce bags
Ballot measure would restrict donations from developers with projects under consideration by city
A new bill could change the way San Francisco candidates court Chinese speaking voters
Competing measures split over definition of affordable housing
Following reports that U.S. President Donald Trump will order Immigration and Customs…
Many contractors, including Uber and Lyft drivers, could be reclassified as employees
A showdown over San Francisco’s vaping sales ban is set for this…
Residents follow through on legal threat after Board of Supervisors backs 200-bed facility
City officials unanimous in backing for measure, which requires two-thirds majority to win approval
A candidate for district attorney was surprised to learn Monday that the…
Shutdown of centers has left city without enough places to return bottles and cans
Business, anti-tax groups argued two-thirds majority required for approval
SF saw a big increase in homelessness this year. But exactly how big depends on who counts as homeless.
City count identifies 1,700 more homeless people than official numbers based on federal guidelines.