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Bay to Breakers postponed to Sept. 20

‘Legacy event’ will go on for 109th consecutive year

Emergency coronavirus funding keeps embattled Seton hospital open

Newsom directs $2.7 million monthly payments to the Daly City hospital

Nurses say Kaiser not taking sufficient precautions with coronavirus

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center management is unnecessarily exposing nurses to coronavirus, nurses…

SF moves to release inmates fearing coronavirus outbreak behind bars

Expert says ‘only a matter of time’ before pandemic reaches jails

BART cuts service hours to cut losses caused by low ridership

Agency seeking financial help from local, state and federal governments

SF officials prepare for coronavirus ‘surge’ as diagnosed cases climb to 70

Breed: ‘We want to make sure that we are prepared’

Coronavirus pushes SF e-scooter companies to ‘pause’ operations

Spin is only operator to maintain service with SFMTA’s backing

Tenderloin fatal shooting victim identified

No arrest reported in early morning incident

Coronavirus turmoil adds uncertainty to affordable housing pipeline

Current construction continues but future projects could face challenges

Can taxis survive the COVID-19 pandemic?

It’s the end of the taxi industry as we’ve known it and, honestly, I don’t know what to feel anymore.

Looking back at a banner year for St. Ignatius football

With the sports world on hold, fans are trying to stay sane by reaching into the memory banks to relive great moments.

Golden Gate Bridge officials seek emergency funding after traffic plummets 70 percent

Bridge district depends on toll revenue to maintain operations

SF health officials grapple with COVID-19 testing shortage

Limited supplies, lack of information hampers effort to control spread of disease

Police Academy sends two staffers home to seek testing for coronavirus

SFPD suspends all regular training for officers amid public health crisis

Commission taps chief building inspector to replace Tom Hui as DBI’s interim director

Former department head stepped down after accusations of misconduct in corruption probe

2020 Census takers preparing for challenges in reaching homeless populations

Shelter-in-place orders could make it hard to count vulnerable individuals

Cannabis dispensaries allowed to open despite city lockdown

Stores deemed ‘essential services’ for medical marijuana users

Street sweeping tickets paused in SF amid coronavirus

Supervisor pushes SFMTA to also stop enforcing parking meters

Families adapt to school, work closures during lockdown

San Francisco schools provide meals for children as grocery stores are emptied out

Supes approve new homeless facility in first meeting since city lockdown

Board votes to allow future meetings to be held remotely