The City

SFPD chief broadly bans release of mugshots

San Francisco police will no longer release booking photos of people arrested…

SFMTA approves temporary transit-only lanes to counter rising congestion

Agency expects car use, traffic to increase as residents return to work

SF may prohibit natural gas in new buildings

San Francisco is moving toward cleaner air with a proposal introduced Tuesday…

Public health officials urge people to stay at home Fourth of July weekend

Increased social gatherings, reopening of businesses may be factors in rise of COVID-19 cases

Supes place measure on November ballot to lower voting age to 16

The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to place on the November…

Golden Gate Bridge tolls on the rise

Fares also set to increase Wednesday on Golden Gate Transit ferries and buses

SF hotels and offices could face strict new cleaning requirements

Hospitality industry argues ‘Healthy Buildings’ legislation could actually increase coronavirus risk

SF to pay six-figure settlements in police excessive force lawsuits

San Francisco is preparing to pay $455,000 to settle two separate lawsuits…

Woman, 74, struck with pipe in Tenderloin robbery

An elderly woman was thrown to the ground and hit with a…

Driver arrested after 4 injured in alleged DUI crash at bus stop

A driver was arrested Monday night following a crash into a bus…

City puts $3M yearly price tag on plan to probe deputy misconduct

A proposed ballot measure to ensure that deputies are held accountable for…

Nuru scandal prompts new rules for Public Works to prevent corruption

City Controller releases first in series of reports to ‘rectify bad policies and practices’

Weekend fires in tent encampments leave one adult in critical condition

Twin fires broke out in the city’s homeless encampments this weekend, leaving…

Real estate industry sues over coronavirus eviction ban

Real estate industry groups filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to undo a…

Supes hold off on November ballot measure to boost police foot beats

Two San Francisco supervisors who planned to ask voters this November whether…

SF Pride’s 50th anniversary marked by protest and calls for police reform

With cancellation of official parade, event goes back to its political roots

Shared spaces can be hard to navigate for disabled residents

Advocates ask city to pay attention to accessibility

Residents hope to jumpstart Buchanan Street Mall project

Funds from bond measure could help revitalize area

Breed halts plans to reopen more businesses as COVID-19 cases surge

103 newly diagnosed infections prompts delay

Tenderloin shooting injures 30-year-old woman

Victim walks into hospital with gunshot wounds