The City

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

Staff cuts leave city garages unattended

Attendant positions cut in response to reduced demand for parking, improved technology

SF’s budding cannabis equity program finds support in Mayor Breed’s budget proposal

San Francisco’s cannabis equity program has had a slow start since cannabis was legalized last year.

Former North Beach restaurant manager sentenced for child sexual abuse

Gaspare Giudice recieved 16 years in state prison under a plea deal

SFPD: Man throws hammer at car burglar, gets arrested

A victim of San Francisco’s auto burglary crisis was arrested early Wednesday…

‘Against the interest of the people’: City College community opposes Balboa Reservoir housing project

CCSF neighbors express concerns over affordability, impacts on area

New Richmond to SF ferry service nets ‘incredible’ ridership growth

A ferry route launched in January from Richmond to San Francisco was…

Child, 5, falls from third-story window in Mission

A five-year-old child fell from the window of a three-story apartment building…

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

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

SF won’t grant new bikeshare permits during legal battle with Lyft

Ride-hail company sought temporary restraining order against SFMTA.

New BART fare gate clamps down on people with disabilities

Corbett Otoole and Tara Ayres are neighbors and friends. They also both use wheelchairs.

Goodbye heat, hello fog — SF starts to cool down

On Wednesday, temperatures dropped neary 20 degrees after early-week highs in the 90s.

SF plans to make jail calls free for inmates

Mayor, sheriff propose ending phone charges at County Jail

Japantown power outage impacts thousands, knocks out traffic lights

Thousands are without power after an outage hit San Francisco’s north-eastern neighborhoods…

Ousted e-scooter company Bird purchases rival Scoot, acquiring SF permit

Bird has already been approved to continue operating Scoot in The City

San Francisco DA announces AI tool from Stanford to avoid racial bias in prosecutions

Artificial intelligence will scan police reports to redact information about race