The City

SFUSD to host town hall meetings for parents to plan for fall semester

The San Francisco Unified School District will be hosting a series of…

Lack of data and growing need intensifies scrutiny of workforce training programs

San Francisco spends more than $100 million a year on job training…

State approves SF’s plan to reopen tattoo parlors, bars, salons, zoos and museums

San Francisco got the official word from the state Thursday that they…

BART board approves $2.4B budget with $200M in cuts

The BART Board of Directors voted 7-2 Thursday to approve the agency’s…

Authorities identify man stabbed to death in Tenderloin amid recent violence

A man who was stabbed to death in the Tenderloin on Wednesday…

Rideshare drivers leave banners, notes outside home of Uber CEO

A group of rideshare with the group Gig Workers Riding drivers gathered…

Man found dead in Tenderloin stabbing

A man was found dead with multiple stab wounds in San Francisco’s…

Harry Britt, former supervisor and longtime advocate for LGBTQ community, dies at 82

Former San Francisco Supervisor Harry Britt died Wednesday at the age of…

Permit expediter accused of fraud to cooperate in FBI City Hall corruption probe

Walter Wong allegedly ‘lined his pockets through bribes to city officials’

San Francisco Pride goes on in 2020 — a roundup of stories

50th anniversary events go virtual as world comes to grips with pandemic, Black Lives Matter

Tenderloin protest highlights impact of homeless sweeps on Black residents

Advocates fear settlement of UC Hastings lawsuit will lead to further policing of unhoused

  • Jun 23, 2020

We have never needed Pride more

Even without a parade, SF Pride is still happening

  • Jun 23, 2020

SF adopts emergency law requiring large employers to rehire their workers laid off during COVID-19 pandemic

Workers laid off from large employers in San Francisco were granted the…

Students, faculty say closure of Fort Mason campus imperils many art classes

Dozens of people, students and current and former faculty members of City…

Voters have a chance to let non-citizens serve on SF advisory boards

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

‘Labor of Love’ details birth of San Francisco Pride

GLBT Historical Society multimedia show looks at event’s first decade

A look at San Francisco Pride through 50 years

Civil rights quest a cycle of celebrations and challenges throughout the decades

Police seek gray minivan in Tenderloin shooting that injured five

San Francisco police are looking for a gray minivan that is believed…

Grand marshal Beswick will miss SF Pride parade

Gay rights advocate marks four decades of activism

Five men injured in Tenderloin shooting

A shooting injured five men in the Tenderloin on Monday afternoon, according…