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San Francisco supervisors Tuesday postponed by two weeks a vote on highly controversial cannabis regulations.
Chinatown may get City funds by the end of year to help with the economic loss due to the construction of the Central Subway.
The Van Ness Improvement Project has fallen behind schedule by nearly six months.
As San Francisco grapples with emergent technologies, Supervisor Norman Yee wants get to ahead of autonomous delivery robots.
A longtime Union Square flower stand operator lost his permit Tuesday over accusations that he had left it vacant.
San Francisco merchants affected by long-term or delayed construction projects may see some economic relief from The City.
All 11 San Francisco supervisors approved a resolution to urge the removal Justin Herman’s name from the plaza at the intersection of the Embarcadero and Market Street.
A resolution urging the removal of Justin Herman's name from the plaza at intersection of Market Street and The Embarcadero is moving forward.
Members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors are dissatisfied with efforts to fix the sinking skyscraper.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is set to consider a 45-day moratorium on new medical cannabis dispensary permits.
San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin Tuesday introduced legislation calling for Justin Herman Plaza to be renamed.
Bicycle "chop shop" legislation that drew strong opposition from both homeless and bicycle advocates will be reworked to reduce the role of police.
Supervisor Aaron Peskin is not pleased that the Central Subway Project is facing a delay of up to 10 months.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved legislation setting the highest affordable housing requirements in the nation.
Jeff Sheehy’s legislation for a tougher stance on open-air bicycle “chop shops” passed the Land Use Committee.
Increased 911 call volume coupled with a dwindling staff has led to a crisis for San Francisco emergency dispatch with response times lagging.
A deal reached late Wednesday on the amount of affordable housing developers are required to provide sets stiffer requirements for some neighborhoods.
Funding to further look into implementing a toll and reservation system on the crookedest part of Lombard Street was put on hold Tuesday.
A group of residential hotel owners filed suit seeking to block legislation intended to make it harder for them to rent rooms to tourists.
State Sen. Mark Leno Thursday announced that he plans to run for mayor of San Francisco.
Supervisors said they received little information from PG&E about the power outage to share with concerned constituents.
A Board of Supervisors vote on a temporary homeless shelter in San Francisco's Mission District Tuesday triggered an uncomfortable conversation among board members.
San Francisco lawmakers heard from the public and other city and county officials at a meeting Friday about the growing number of fraudulent owner move-in evictions, which have been hard to prosecute.
San Francisco supervisors are calling for a hearing over the response from PG&E during last Friday’s citywide power outage.
A well-known dim sum restaurant and banquet hall in San Francisco's Chinatown could soon be bought by The City as a future site for affordable housing.
Two pieces of legislation were introduced to the Board of Supervisors aiming to make it harder for landlords to fraudulently evict tenants by falsely claiming they plan to live in the property.
The homeowners association for the Millennium Tower Thursday filed a lawsuit to try to force a fix for the sinking, leaning South of Market skyscraper.
San Francisco real estate agent and housing development advocate Donald Dewsnup pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor counts of false voter registration.
A new permit program is taking aim at a new form of bike sharing where the bikes are not returned to a station or dock.
San Francisco supervisors Tuesday put their support behind state legislation that would allow The City to place a local income measure on the ballot in 2018.
Bluegogo and other dockless bike sharing companies who want to deploy their bikes on San Francisco streets will now have to play by rules.
Dockless bike sharing companies may soon need to abide by San Francisco’s rules if they want to do business here.
The first dirt was dug up by construction crews Wednesday, and now the real work begins.
Pedestrians at this busy Chinatown intersection streets are now able to legally cross the street diagonally.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved legislation making it harder for the owners of residential hotels to rent rooms out to tourists.
The SFMTA is contemplating whether to make its on-street car-sharing parking program permanent.