The City

U.S. Supreme Court ruling clears way for feds to prosecute Garcia-Zarate

New trial date likely to be set for undocumented man acquitted in killing of Kate Steinle

Nonprofit seeking city assistance to buy historic Mission District property

Mission Economic Development Agency under contract to purchase Redstone Building for $15M

Fire damages shed at food truck complex

Large amounts of smoke reported but not threat to neighboring structures

Google to invest $1B, repurpose land for housing development

Company CEO announced plans in blog post Tuesday

Man found dead in apparent homicide off Skyline Boulevard

A San Mateo County sheriff’s deputy found a dead man lying on…

Humble fire hydrants to be honored with historic markers

‘The Little Giant’ and ‘The Silver Twins’ saved parts of The City during 1906 earthquake, fire

  • Jun 17, 2019

City oversight agency to review Hunters Point radiological testing results

State health officials found no health or safety risks on Parcel A

City approves protected bike lanes, transit improvements for Howard and Folsom streets

Safety improvements target areas where three cyclists have been killed since 2013

  • Jun 18, 2019

Emotions run high at hearing on plan to remove or cover historic New Deal mural

Controversial Washington High School fresco depicts slaves, dead Native American

Teen critically injured in Bayview shooting

Suspect remained at large as of Monday

  • Jun 17, 2019

Muni removing unofficial transgender safety signs in San Francisco

With San Francisco’s annual Pride Parade just weeks away, a transgender-rights tussle is brewing aboard The City’s roving town square.

Plan for second BART Transbay Tube takes step forward

The Bay Area’s second BART Transbay Tube may still be a glimmer in planners’ eyes.

North Beach shooting injures 1

Suspect fled the scene on foot

  • Jun 17, 2019

SF becomes first U.S. city to ban sale of e-cigarettes

Legislation expected to be challenged by Juul-backed ballot measure

Agreement reached over November’s $600 million affordable housing bond

An agreement was reached Thursday on a $600 million affordable housing bond…

DA candidates offer competing proposals to help sexual assault survivors

Four political newcomers seek to distinguish themselves in race for vacant seat

BART board approves low-income riders discount and raises fares for everyone else

BART approved a discount pilot program for low-income riders Thursday, while also approving future fare increases across the board.

Dr. Michael Hunter to resign as SF chief medical examiner

City’s top forensic pathologist is stepping down for position in San Joaquin County

Ronen, Fewer threaten to block Mayor Breed’s $10M teacher stipend proposal

Plan could increase incentives to attract and retain faculty at some schools to as much as $5K