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Veritas offers to forgive unpaid rent, but tenants are wary

Calls for rent forgiveness have been answered, but with some caveats. The…

 

Dozens gather for candlelight vigil to honor victims in Beirut explosion

Dozens of people gathered at Rincon Park on Thursday evening to show…

 

Anti-police protester sues over arrest at 2019 Pride Parade

A protester whose arrest at San Francisco’s 2019 Pride Parade intensified pressure…

 

Cuts in City College fall class offerings anger students, faculty

City College of San Francisco has once again begun cutting fall classes…

Glitch in state COVID data collection affects SF info

Recent issues with the California Department of Public Health’s electronic reporting system…

Mission District shooting seriously injures 32-year-old man

A shooting early Friday in San Francisco’s Mission District left a 32-year-old…

State bill would allow families of police brutality victims to seek compensation

A group of state and local officials on Thursday joined two family…

A self-funded, independent future for Caltrain?

Joint Powers Board approves governance reforms and a sales tax ballot measure

School district, teachers reach tentative agreement on distance learning

With less than two weeks until the start of the school year,…

Boudin, Gascon defend NFL in controversy over Stephon Clark video

Public service announcement prompted pushback from California prosecutors association

Public transportation officials nationwide ask Congress for $32 billion

Local agencies say future uncertain without additional federal aid

State officials sue Uber and Lyft for wage theft

California Labor Commissioner’s Office alleges ride-hail companies violating AB5

San Francisco schools estimate $25m needed to close digital divide

Private donations being sought to fund internet access, technology

New Russian Hill park pushes opening to 2021

Francisco Park, a new open space overlooking the Bay from Russian Hill,…

Retired officers seek end to decade-old age discrimination case

Retired officer Juanita Stockwell was 60 when she and her colleagues first…

SFMTA Board passes ‘clean’ sales tax ballot measure to fund Caltrain

After a weeks-long impasse, tri-county leadership appears to have reached a compromise

Green Space: Pitch in to protect a city park

Enjoy – and support — S.F.’s open spaces

Planning Commissioner steps down, giving Mayor Breed another vacancy to fill

Millicent Johnson departing to move to Oakland, start a philanthropic organization

Caltrain tax measure appears to be back on track

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously voted to…

City extends emergency food delivery program for seniors

Great Plates Delivered SF program serves more than 6,000 older adults a day