The City

6-year-old boy killed in Bayview shooting

A 6-year-old boy died and a man was injured in a shooting…

Uber, Lyft and DoorDash bring their battle against AB5 to November ballot

Measure would classify app-based drivers as independent contractors, offer some additional benefits

Fireworks blow out house windows, implicated in Mission District fire

Three windows of a house in the Excelsior district were blown out…

Small, impassioned crowd celebrates the Fourth of July with protest for affirmative action

Lawmakers and marchers urge voters to pass Proposition 16 in the November ballot

Parking meter pricing, time limits and enforcement to resume Monday

SFMTA hopes to discourage drivers from crowding commercial corridors, help small businesses

SFPD chief broadly bans release of mugshots

San Francisco police will no longer release booking photos of people arrested…

Union threatens legal action after Police Commission expands use-of-force policy

San Francisco’s police union is pursuing legal action after the Police Commission…

SF police seek suspect in assault that killed 41-year-old man

San Francisco police are asking the public for help identifying a person…

SF may prohibit natural gas in new buildings

San Francisco is moving toward cleaner air with a proposal introduced Tuesday…

Public health officials urge people to stay at home Fourth of July weekend

Increased social gatherings, reopening of businesses may be factors in rise of COVID-19 cases

Nuru scandal prompts new rules for Public Works to prevent corruption

City Controller releases first in series of reports to ‘rectify bad policies and practices’

City Attorney seeks to recoup ‘illegal profits’ gained by Walter Wong through city contracts

San Francisco will seek to recover “illegal profits” gained by well-known permit…

SF Police Commission votes to expand use-of-force policy

Decision to bypass union negotiations could set stage for litigation

Real estate industry sues over coronavirus eviction ban

Real estate industry groups filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to undo a…

Woman, 74, struck with pipe in Tenderloin robbery

An elderly woman was thrown to the ground and hit with a…

Free Muni for Youth program expansion halted by SFMTA budget crisis

Low- and moderate-income kids can still travel for free

City puts $3M yearly price tag on plan to probe deputy misconduct

A proposed ballot measure to ensure that deputies are held accountable for…

SF to pay six-figure settlements in police excessive force lawsuits

San Francisco is preparing to pay $455,000 to settle two separate lawsuits…

Newsom orders multiple counties to shut down bars, indoor restaurants as COVID-19 cases rise

As confirmed cases of COVID-19 rise in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom on…

SFMTA approves temporary transit-only lanes to counter rising congestion

Agency expects car use, traffic to increase as residents return to work