The City

Navy report finds ‘no radiological health risk’ on Treasure Island

Work of controversial contractor involved in shipyard cleanup deemed ‘consistent and accurate’

Supes seek answers in leak of police report on death of Jeff Adachi

Freelance reporter allegedly sold the document to media outlets for $2,500 each

SF General to set new limits on out-of-pocket payments by patients

Policies changing after reporting showed privately insured often left with unexpectedly large bills

City scales back size of proposed waterfront homeless shelter, promises additional security, accountability

Many residents remain uninterested in compromise on project ahead of April 23rd vote

Large truck hits woman near Balboa Park BART station

Victim taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries; driver cooperating with police

New law pushes property owners to sell to nonprofits not speculators

Affordable housing groups get first right of refusal, chance to match offer on residential buildings

City breaks ground on major Golden Gate Park tennis court renovation project

Tennis Center’s $27 million facelift funded through private donors

Good Samaritans thwart midday kidnapping of toddler in Castro

Police arrested a 34-year-old man in connection with the attempted abduction

New Muni trains delivered with defective doors

Rider caught in door, dragged onto tracks and hospitalized due to lack of vital safety mechanism

Family suspects foul play in death of woman investigated as apparent suicide

Jessica Nicole Alva was turning her life around.

Who needs cars? Aggressive transit plan for Chase Arena discourages driving

When Metallica plays at ear-splitting decibels in the soon-to-open Chase Center in…

Australian DJ allegedly kidnaps child as mother screams for help

Roscoe Holyoake, 34, is accused of snatching the toddler in the Castro

Police investigate death of man punched in Tenderloin as homicide

The victim has been identified as 60-year-old Jim Su of San Francisco

Proposal to provide safe parking for RVs gains support

Mayor promises $1M in funding for program to help homeless living in vehicles

Cow Palace board votes to end gun shows

Contract with organizers to end in 2020, will not be renewed

Supes recommend rejection of mayor’s pick for the Rent Board

Tenant advocates argue Reese Isbell lacks critical experience for role

Sophie Maxwell, Tim Paulson appointed to city’s public utilities commission

Former supervisor vows to do ‘whatever is necessary’ to help create a public utility

SF will allow e-scooter fleet to double if Scoot, Skip recruit more low-income customers

Data shows scooter riders largely white, affluent and male

SF man sentenced to ten years for distributing drugs on the ‘dark web’

More than 30 suspects were arrested in 2018 targeting vendors of illegal goods on the darknet.