The City

Don’t worry — Doggie Diner head near SF Zoo will be removed, but only for a month

The historically-designated landmark will get “a new leash on life.”

Chinese residents tell supervisors they are more afraid despite data showing crime is down

Police lack demographic data to say if particular ethnic groups targeted

Teen suffers life-threatening injuries after assault at SF Muni stop

The suspect punched the boy and punched him from behind.

Muni service slowed after drivers refuse to work overtime

Work action due to contract fight affecting bus lines citywide

Haney calls for a task force to reduce open air drug dealing in the Tenderloin

City spends more than $12 million a year on enforcement, but lacks longterm strategy

Making ‘Auntie Rose’ proud: Breed swears-in Chinese commissioners

Also: Dennis Richards has a few caveats he would like to share

Golden Gate Bridge officials change anti-theft signs after objections surface

Images showing black stick figure in prison uniform drew complaints

SFPD responds to stabbing on Mission Street

Police blocked off the area during the evening rush hour

Skateboarder killed in SoMa collision with dump truck

Driver of dump truck remained at the scene

Uber to share rider tracking data with SF in 911 emergencies

The data will also be used to dispatch San Francisco Police Department officers.

School board cancels contract with food vendor, leaving district with no ‘Plan B’ for feeding students

Board members cite ongoing problems with food waste, student dissatisfaction with meals

State high court halts preliminary hearing for anti-abortion activists

David Daleiden, Sandra Merritt charged with secretly filming abortion clinicians, biotech employees

BART board approves automated license plate surveillance in parking lots

Program was halted after concerns raised that data was going to ICE

City to cut down dozens of Mission District ficus trees, citing safety concerns

Due to community input, Public Works plans to inspect which trees can be salvaged with additional pruning.

Hippie Hill fills with thousands for ‘mellow’ 420 pot celebration

City officials say as many as 14,000 people attended the event at Golden Gate Park

New report finds Laura’s Law is helping the mentally ill

Outpatient treatment program shows signs of successs despite initial controversy

A student started a new job on his 19th birthday. Then his coworker allegedly killed him

Family demands to know why Taie Gutu wasn’t safe at work

BART crackdown on fare evasion also shuts out wheelchair users

Agency to remove latches on SF station gates, look for solution that maintains accessibility

City weighs new corporate tax on stock compensation as tech companies prepare to go public

‘IPO earthquake’ expected to increase housing prices, wealth gap

State Senator Scott Wiener denounces ad campaign as ‘despicable’

Flyers featuring civil rights leaders compared housing density legislation to urban renewal of 1960s