The City

Ford GoBike suspends electric-assist bike service after braking issues reported

Ford GoBike is pulling its electric-assist bicycles off the streets. Riders complained…

Barbers injured in deadly police shootout sue SFPD

The gun battle killed 21-year-old Jehad Eid and injured five others, including an officer

Proposed state laws may alleviate SF’s shortage of psychiatrists, ‘step down’ beds for behavioral health clients

A statewide shortage of psychiatrists is affecting San Francisco’s psychiatric services

Opposing fundraising campaigns show community divide over waterfront Navigation Center

Dueling fundraising campaigns seeking to support and thwart the construction of a…

State legislation could allow SF to charge drivers on “crooked street”

Assemblymember Phil Ting to announce details Monday

SF Giants blast Bay Area with early morning fireworks

Noisy show followed 3-2 victory after 18 innings against Colorado Rockies

SFPD adds more traffic cops to their ranks

Street scofflaws beware: More traffic cops will soon roam San Francisco’s streets.…

Police arrest man after homemade explosive detonates in Tenderloin

Scott Campbell is accused of setting off a homemade rocket

SFPD releases first secret police files under new transparency law

The records stem from a 2010 shooting in which an officer opened fire

San Francisco officials call Trump proposal to release immigrants in sanctuary cities “scare tactics”

President’s tweet the latest jab at cities that refuse to cooperate with immigration authorities

  • Apr 12, 2019

Woman stabbed after trying to mace attacker in Tenderloin

The victim was injured Wednesday night on Golden Gate Avenue

Haney introduces legislation requiring homeless shelters in every district

Supervisor responding to controversy over planned waterfront Navigation Center

SF State names woman to lead College of Ethnic Studies

Sueyoshi has served as interim dean of the college since January 2018

Armed police or unarmed ambassadors? BART weighs conflicting visions for passenger safety

Agency’s proposed annual budget includes $2 million more for police, $500k more for fare inspectors

City to pay family of homeless man killed by police $140k to settle lawsuit

Shooting occurred after report of man with knife at Mission District encampment

Businesses to get 90 days to comply with SF’s proposed ban on cashless operations

Amazon Go has said it will begin accepting cash after similar legislation adopted in other cities

BART’s top official, Grace Crunican, announces ‘surprise’ departure

The general manager led the agency through a strike that crippled the Bay Area and also helped secured a $3.5 million bond

Runway repairs cause flight delays at SFO

A pavement depression found on a runway at San Francisco International Airport…

State effort to mandate overnight parking access to homeless community college students met with concerns by CCSF leaders

City College of San Francisco leaders voice concerns over state bill that stands to require community colleges to provide overnight access to parking facilites for homeless students.

The little streetcar route that spurred the development of an SF neighborhood turns 100

One century ago, San Francisco’s West Side resembled photos of the Sahara desert: Sand dunes stretched far into the horizon.