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Judge: ‘Rideshare Rapist’ warrants not based on legally questionable DNA evidence

Defense attorney seeking to throw out evidence obtained through fake DUI stop

Drivers deliver letter to Uber demanding better working conditions

A coalition of labor unions and advocacy groups for the drivershas been pushing for improved wages and employee protections for drivers.

BART sees major delays due to mechanical problem

BART was experiencing major delays Friday evening because of a door problem…

Big-rig driver arrested in fatal hit-and-run

Police have arrested a suspect in connection with a fatal hit-and-run collision…

Free Muni, Uber crackdowns and bikeshare support — D5 supervisor candidates stake out transportation positions

Free Muni for all, car-free streets, a crackdown on scofflaw Uber drivers,…

Billionaire Tom Steyer pledges to fight corporations at Mission District campaign event

Presidential candidate positions himself as a financially independent outsider

Lyft rolls out new rental bikes

San Francisco welcomed 2,400 electric-assist rental bikes on its streets Friday morning…

Flooding capped — Muni trains resume service at Embarcadero station

Eastbound BART trains are now stopping at the Embarcadero Station in San Francisco Thursday morning after a water drainage issue.

Family and friends raising money for injured skateboard entrepreneur

Tomoko Oikawa injured in annual Dolores Park Hill Bomb

Another SF cab company faces closure

Town Taxi in dissolution talks with city after more than 20 years in the business

Tenants win reprieve in eviction fight with 500 Capp Street Foundation founder

Owner of David Ireland house had hoped to use adjacent property to house visiting artists

E-scooter permit program made permanent, number of vehicles may expand

City sets tough standards for companies hoping to win approval to operate in San Francisco

One person killed in big-rig hit-and-run

UPDATE (10:15 a.m.): The victim of a hit-and-run collision in downtown San…

Facebook cafeteria workers call out social media giant

Union demanding better wages, benefits as contract talks continue

Refugee assistance groups sue to challenge new asylum restriction rule

Four refugee assistance groups sued the administration of President Donald Trump in…

Judge quashes warrant to search SF journalist’s phone records

Police raids on the home and office of freelancer Bryan Carmody drew national attention

Voters to decide on increased campaign finance disclosures, new limits on contributions

Ballot measure would restrict donations from developers with projects under consideration by city

Navigation Center opponents’ lawsuit sent back to SF

Judge declines to issue immediate injunction stopping construction of Embarcadero shelter

Man stabbed with scissors by suspect he met on dating app

A man was attacked with scissors Monday morning by a man he…

SF judge reduces $80M award against Monsanto to $25M

Case was first of more than 1,000 federal lawsuits against Monsanto nationwide to go to trial