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2015 Cable Car bell ringing contest

Hundreds of people gather at Union Square for the 52nd Cable Car…

Argument against sanctuary skirts issue

On March 30, 1981, a mentally ill man named John Hinckley Jr.…

SF housing bond focus shifts to voters

A consensus reached at City Hall over a $310 million housing bond…

BART to rebuild half mile of tracks

BART runs its trains through the transbay tunnel on a wish and…

Doyle Drive closure slated for Thursday through Monday

Doyle Drive, San Francisco’s historic approach to the Golden Gate Bridge, will…

Korean War Memorial set to break ground in Presidio

Crews are set to break ground this fall on a Korean War…

SF achieves new street repavement record

If The City’s streets are feeling a little smoother than usual, it’s…

Alleged Pier 14 shooter charged with murder for death of 32-year-old San Francisco woman

The San Francisco District Attorney's office has charged a Mexican citizen with…

Charges not filed against father, son arrested for Potrero Hill slaying

The father and son arrested last week in connection with the shooting…

SF murder suspect’s immigration status at center of bickering between local, federal law enforcement

Days after the shooting death of Kathryn Steinle on The Embarcadero, federal…

City’s district dollars in focus: Budget add-backs help provide for smaller neighborhood needs

If not for the annual budget add-back process, the smaller needs of…

Organizers for Airbnb, Mission moratorium ballot measures say they’ve met signature gathering goals

Organizers behind two potential local ballot measures on some of the most…

Supreme San Francisco values: Rights, not privileges

When the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Affordable Care Act…

Damn it feels good to be a San Franciscan

The West Coast woke up to something monumental on Friday. The Supreme…

BART police adopt policy regarding transgender passengers

Transgender passengers on BART should have a new experience when dealing with…

A historic Pride Parade: Gay marriage win gives LGBT community in SF something to celebrate

Energized by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision legalizing gay marriage, a rainbow…

How data will drive cities of the future and why San Francisco needs to pay attention

Recent studies have proclaimed San Francisco as the top city in the…

Retired Chinatown Community Development Center director pens book

A half dozen years ago, it occurred to Gordon Chin, a founder…

SF supes committee, mayor reach budget deal

After three days of behind-the-scenes negotiations, a budget deal was struck Wednesday…