San Francisco

SF advocates for people with disabilities to rally against ‘R-word’

Advocates for people with disabilities in San Francisco are scheduled to rally…

SF leaders call Trump reversal of transgender bathroom directive ‘misguided’

Public schools in San Francisco will continue to allow students to use…

San Francisco’s IT spending increased 80 percent over five years

San Francisco’s recent hire of the newly created post of chief digital…

Deal reached to make City College tuition free for SF residents

Thousands of students will begin attending City College of San Francisco for…

Trump threatens UC Berkeley funds after Milo protest

President Donald Trump threatened to strip federal funds from the University of…

Police watchdog sustains allegations against SFPD gang expert

The police watchdog agency in San Francisco has sustained two allegations against…

SF Women’s March draws thousands despite stormy weather

Tens of thousands of people took to the rainy streets of San…

SF teachers union rallies to support public education ahead of Trump’s inauguration

The teachers union in San Francisco held a series of rallies Thursday…

Breed re-elected as SF’s Board of Supervisors president

London Breed became president of the Board of Supervisors on Monday for…

SF hiring new 911 dispatchers

The San Francisco Department of Emergency Management is on the hunt for…

Tuesday weather forecast for the San Francisco Bay Area

Today will be breezy with rain that may be heavy at times…

Pedestrian deaths remain steady as SF rolls out new safety measures

Unreliable pedestrian injury data may mean San Francisco’s streets are more dangerous…

Avalos finds $38M in budget to counter mayor’s hit to free CCSF

Mayor Ed Lee announced his rebalanced budget last week, but today Supervisor…

SF planning director calls gentrification ‘undeniable, and of serious concern’

The head of the Planning Department acknowledged in a letter Friday the…

Full-immersion ‘Speakeasy’ brings visitors to 1920s San Francisco

The proprietors of Boxcar Theatre’s “The Speakeasy” are doing everything they possibly…

UPDATE: Cirque du Soleil cancels more SF shows after death of co-founder’s son

Cirque du Soleil performances in San Francisco were canceled Thursday for the…

SF youth voting activists pledge to try again in 2020

After a narrow loss at the polls earlier this month, San Francisco…

Art U women’s basketball ends slide, wins two straight

After starting the season 0-4, the Academy of Art women’s basketball won…

San Francisco asylum office moving from Tenderloin to SoMa

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Asylum Office is undergoing a move next month,…

Motorcycle enthusiast? Listen up to stay safe

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) launched a new safety program Tuesday,…