San Francisco

UPDATED: More than 200 traffic signals malfunction city-wide

More than 200 traffic signals across The City malfunctioned Tuesday, according to…

Bayview celebrates first annual Black History Month parade

The first annual parade honoring Black History Month marched through San Francisco’s…

Ethics chair resigns over failure to place campaign finance reforms on June ballot

The chair of the Ethics Commission has abruptly stepped down after the…

UPDATE: Flow of gas stopped, evacuations lifted after leak reported near Alamo Square

Evacuations have been lifted and the flow of gas stopped near San…

SF hits the brakes on speeding city employees

Looks like there are some speed demons working for San Francisco’s city…

Chinatown remains divided on mayoral candidates as Breed gains support

“Pop, pop, pop!” echoes through Chinatown as a man stands in a…

SF prosecutors warn of gold scam targeting Chinese residents

A public education campaign is underway in San Francisco to warn people…

Mayor Farrell calls for removal of ‘Early Days’ statue

Mayor Mark Farrell has joined in calls for San Francisco to remove…

New Golden Era dragon unveiled at Chinatown New Year Ceremony

Hundreds of people who gathered at Chinatown’s Portsmouth Square Friday to usher…

SF childcare providers, parents show support for funding measure

San Francisco early childhood educators and their supporters announced Thursday that they…

Charter school loses $7 million grant for facility improvements

A popular Western Addition charter school planning to upgrade and expand its…

District 2 candidate vows to appeal decision against moving up election

District 2 candidate Nick Josefowitz vowed to file an appeal after his…

Ex-49er Bruce Miller ‘looked like a complete maniac,’ victim testifies in assault case

A former San Francisco 49ers fullback “looked like a complete maniac” the…

Italian American groups call for renaming of holiday formerly known as Columbus Day

San Francisco Italian American groups launched a referendum campaign Thursday to reclaim…

Presidio’s ‘Loneliest plant in the world’ meets its match

The “loneliest plant in the world” lives in San Francisco’s Presidio, but…

SF man confessed to stabbing his mother to death, prosecutors say

A San Francisco man accused of murder confessed to stabbing his mother…

SF supes say short stays in costly Navigation Centers not helping the homeless

A 60-day cap on stays in Navigation Center beds is traumatizing for…

Animal rights advocates fail to stop slaughterhouse from opening in SF

Animal rights advocates were defeated Tuesday in their bid to block a…

Hospitalized SF middle school students sickened by cannabis

School district and health officials have confirmed that the unknown substance that…

Lyft agrees to let SF transit agencies review data

The San Francisco City Attorney's Office and Lyft Inc. have reached an…