The City

New legislation could curb dangerous driving and excessive car rentals by city departments

Officials estimate claims, repairs and other unnecessary expenses cost $10.5 million each year

Newsom picks first openly gay man to serve on state Supreme Court

SF native Martin Jenkins third black man ever to serve on high court, first appointed since 1981

SF tenants could soon gain expanded eviction protections

Sweeping legislation that would protect San Francisco tenants from no-fault evictions through…

Appointment of John Burton to Port Commission met with praise

Former state Sen. John Burton’s mayoral appointment to the Port Commission sailed…

Mayor nominates Manny Yekutiel to SFMTA Board

Cafe owner expected to bring small business perspective to transit agency

Workers may get cash payout from medical reimbursement accounts

Offer of $500 bonus intended to help with COVID-related expenses

Neighbors seek landmark status for historic Stern Grove building

Trocadero Clubhouse once served as roadhouse for travelers on The City’s fringes

Undersheriff Matt Freeman steps down

Second in command end 30-year-career with Sheriff’s Department

Breed signs budget but slams supervisors as ‘irresponsible’ for funding raises for city workers

San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Friday she’s signed the city’s $13.6…

Caltrain’s financial future heavily dependent on federal funding and sales tax ballot measure

Ridership return for Peninsula rail agency slower than anticipated

Email explains ‘terrible decisions’ behind HR manager forging deal

Rebecca Sherman afraid to side with Black city worker on claims

Man fatally shot near Union Square tried to rob person, police say

A 21-year-old man killed in a shooting near Union Square last Thursday…

District 7 candidates weigh in on lease with gas station on public land

A controversial proposal to extend a gas station lease on city-owned land…

City unveils new outdoor voting center

By Daniel Montes Bay City News Service San Francisco city officials on…

Data shows steep drop in SF sales tax revenue, possible decline in population

City economist calls data ‘a warning sign for small businesses’

Couple takes plea deals in dismemberment of elderly father

A husband and wife accused of murder for allegedly dismembering their elderly…

SFO contractor downplays scale of COVID-19 outbreak

Company failed to inform workers, airport as 10 people tested positive within three week period

Feds charge alleged fentanyl dealer amid rise in overdose deaths

A man who allegedly continued to deal drugs in the Tenderloin despite…

SFUSD recalls turkey sandwiches due to possible contamination

San Francisco school food officials on Wednesday recalled turkey sandwiches handed out…

Old eviction battle revived as building owners seek condo conversion

Low-income and elderly tenants fought eviction from North Beach property more than a decade ago