The City

The Punch Line may get the last laugh

Legislation to help prevent the displacement of the iconic comedy club moves toward approval

Mayor, officials raise flag to kickoff Pride Month

San Francisco Mayor London Breed helped kick-off the start of Pride Month,…

Hit-and-run driver injures 13-year-old boy

Teen was crossing street in residential area when he was struck

  • Jun 3, 2019

Suspect steals firefighter badge, nameplate, uniform

Burglar broke into firehouse through unlocked front door

SF to pay $400K settlement to mother of Mario Woods over fatal police shooting

Details of the proposed agreement had not been made public until now

Fillmore Center tenants gain new protections against looming rent increases on affordable units

Affordability restrictions on units at housing complex expired in 2017

Skip pulls fleet off San Francisco streets after e-scooter catches fire in D.C.

Company decides to suspend service out of ‘abundance of caution’

90 days later, plan to play favorites with SFO taxis finds some success

In a report released Friday, San Francisco regulators said a move to…

CCSF preparing to ask voters for bigger bond measure to pay for maintenance, new construction

Performing arts center project included in measure could be scaled down

First class of laid-off Chariot drivers graduate Muni operator training

Four years ago, Ashley Mubatas joined private bus company Chariot and found…

Jane Kim to lead Bay Area campaign for Bernie Sanders

The Vermont senator backed Kim in her 2016 state Senate run and push for Free City College

Police obtained previously undisclosed warrant to monitor journalist’s phone before raid

Police chief has acknowledged searches may have violated First Amendment protections

SF mayor unveils $12.2 billion budget with more than $1 billion in new spending

Breed: ‘I’m proud of the investments we are making’ in shelter beds, teacher stipends, public toilets

Driver in Tenderloin rampage was under the influence

A 25-year-old woman suspected of crashing a stolen SUV into several cars and hitting two pedestrians Wednesday afternoon in San Francisco was driving under the influence police said.

SF Muni operators overwhelmingly approve their contract

Muni operators overwhelmingly voted to approve their contract with The City Thursday.

Family of man killed by San Mateo County sheriff’s deputies files lawsuit alleging racial profiling, excessive force

Chinedu Okobi died after he was repeatedly Tased by deputies who stopped him crossing the street

State regulators propose doubling Uber, Lyft per-ride fee

Planned charge to finance wheelchair transportation set to take effect in July

Black police captain sues SFPD alleging racial discrimination, harassment

Yulanda Williams says she was targeted for calling out racism in the department

San Francisco residents get a chance to see Democratic presidential candidates up close

California Democratic Party Organizing Convention kicks off Friday in The City

Suspended police officer at center of racist text scandal sentenced for bank robberies

Rain Daugherty also accused of elder fraud in San Mateo County