The City

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

Lack of reporting requirements, enforcement doomed “Twitter tax break” deal with companies

Program was intended to give companies an incentive to stay in the struggling mid-Market Street area

Caltrain adds seats on electrified train cars to curb bike-theft fears

Bicycle advocates have called for adding additional bike cars

BART service through Transbay Tube stopped due to damaged gas line

Shutdown comes shortly after person struck by train at Embarcadero Station

Transgender victim injured in ‘unprovoked attack’ while waiting for bus in Castro

The ‘disturbing’ assault is the second crime reported against an LGBT person in days

Office, housing expansion planned for former Lyft HQ meets with opposition

Project at 2300 Harrison St. adds 24 units, new retail, arts and office space to current building

SF to provide $48M to keep six housing sites affordable

Small Sites program has saved 29 buildings, 211 residential units, 13 commercial spaces since 2014

Before a Skip e-scooter burned in D.C., another caught fire at the company’s SF warehouse

Local officials call for transparency after records reveal previously undisclosed ‘scooter fire’

Months in, SFPD still struggles to comply with police transparency law

SB 1421 was intended to shed light on officer misconduct

‘Transit data error’ stops Google Maps from loading SF Muni directions

SFMTA reports issue should be fixed by Thursday or Friday

SFMTA board stalemates over plan to name Central Subway Chinatown station after Rose Pak

Controversial proposal inspired dueling rallies, heated testimony

Plan backed by Breed to force treatment of mentally-ill substance users wins approval

Board of Supervisors passes conservatorship legislation 10-1 with amendments

Police searching for missing boy in Crissy Field area

Justin Bane, 9, was last seen riding his bike toward Marina Green

  • Jun 4, 2019

SFO departures hall to be named after Mayor Ed Lee — but not the International Terminal itself

Airport Commission decision comes after a year of lobbying from Chinese community members

San Francisco to shut down juvenile hall

Board voted 10-1 for plan despite mayor’s opposition, calls for reform rather than closure

Breed officially files for re-election with no serious opposition

The deadline for candidates to sign up to run is June 11

SF police investigate attack on LGBTQ men as possible hate crime

Victims report being assaulted, called slur after attending state Democratic Party convention

State, SF team up to block rule allowing healthcare providers to claim religious exemptions

Federal regulation would take away funding for states that don’t comply

Driver in police pursuit that injured 4 pleads not guilty to felony charges

Defense attorney: Cherry Neal, 25, stopped taking medication for psychological issues a month prior

SF to streamline approvals for protected bike lanes, other safety improvements

Proposal could cut as much as three months off time needed to implement projects