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SF won’t find new Muni leader before current director leaves

Ed Reiskin, the city director in charge of Muni, bike lane planning, street design and parking enforcement officers, is on his way out.

SF public defender running for DA calls for unit to protect immigrants from deportation

Proposal from candidate Chesa Boudin seeks to hold ICE accountable

San Francisco Supervisors approve $628.5 million public safety bond

A more than $600 million bond to pay for public safety seismic upgrades was unanimously approved Tuesday for the ballot by the Board of Supervisors.

Three months after shooting, Fillmore Heritage Center to host events

Nearly three months after a shooting closed the Fillmore Heritage Center, hailed as a cornerstone of the Fillmore’s Black community, will host a series of events.

Lyft debuts new e-bike, rebrands old Ford GoBike as ‘Bay Wheels’

It’s a double-dip debut for Lyft’s bikeshare service in the Bay Area Tuesday.

Boy, 14, drowns in water near Crissy Field

A 14-year-old boy drowned after struggling to swim in the water off…

Prosecutors detail ‘ruthless’ dismemberment of elderly father at Outer Mission home

Investigators discovered human remains in the fridge of 73-year-old Benedict Ching

Update: S.F. I-280 ramp reopened after two injured in shooting

An off-ramp from northbound Interstate Highway 280 in San Francisco is closed Monday afternoon because of a shooting investigation.

New displaced tenant priority will help Fillmore Center tenants

San Francisco is poised to create a new priority in affordable housing lotteries for those tenants facing displacement in buildings where rent restrictions expire.

Police detain person in Bayview stabbing that injured one

The stabbing was reported Monday afternoon

Police seek culprits in separate Bayview shootings over the weekend

Police in San Francisco are investigating two unrelated shootings that happened Friday…

SF offers free swimming pool admission to help beat the heat

San Franciscans wilting in Monday’s hot weather may see relief, as The City is expected to cool off Monday night into Tuesday morning.

Vegetation fire burns in Santa Clara County amid high heat

A vegetation fire near U.S. Highway 101 between South San Jose and…

BART finds funding to launch pilot ‘ambassador’ program offering an unarmed alternative to police

A similar program on Muni targeting school routes is credited with reducing fights, bullying

Heat advisory issued as Bay Area has hottest day of the year so far

Sunday could reach the lower 90s in San Francisco

Fruitvale BART station mural honors Oscar Grant 10 years after shooting death

More than a decade after Oscar Grant was shot and killed by…

Teacher stipends could attract new talent to underserved schools

Mayor’s budget proposal includes $10 million in funding for new staffing incentives

Vaping sales ban nears approval in SF, setting stage for referendum fight

Legislation is intended to protect the health of youth who have embraced alternative form of tobacco

Lyft sues San Francisco to block Uber and other bikeshare competitors

Move prompted by SFMTA plans to expand permits for companies with ‘dockless’ services

SF to outfit police patrol cars, fire vehicles with tracking devices

Public safety departments among the last in the City to be equipped with telematics