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San Francisco's oldest African-American church was designated as a city landmark this week.
San Francisco city officials this week gave final approval to a 28-acre project at Pier 70 expected to include as many as 3,000 new housing units.
San Francisco supervisors Tuesday postponed by two weeks a vote on highly controversial cannabis regulations.
Some state and local elected officials Wednesday called for less restrictive regulations for adult cannabis use in San Francisco.
Following a vote by the San Francisco Police Commission in support of arming police with Tasers, the police union is considering putting forward a ballot measure that would shape the policy.
Despite state and city laws requiring law enforcement to secure weapons left in vehicles, it is unclear today whether a San Mateo County sheriff’s sergeant who lost several firearms in a vehicle burglary in San Francisco on Friday could face…
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is preparing to provide temporary homes for wildfire victims at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.
San Francisco police commissioners voted 4-3 late Friday night in support of a plan to arm all city police officers with Tasers.
San Francisco is banning the sale of upholstered furniture and children’s products that contain flame retardant chemicals.
Autonomous delivery robots now have a chance to use some of San Francisco’s sidewalks under a new revised proposed ordinance.
The Van Ness Improvement Project has fallen behind schedule by nearly six months.
San Francisco’s residential black garbage bins are getting a lot smaller and could soon disappear altogether.
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.
Alameda County court officials announced Tuesday that starting next Monday, in-custody arraignments of inmates from the northern part of the county will again be held in Oakland.
A San Francisco sheriff's deputy's gun was stolen from a parked rental car Sunday.
San Francisco supervisors Tuesday put the approval of most new medical cannabis dispensaries on hold.
A resolution urging the removal of Justin Herman's name from the plaza at intersection of Market Street and The Embarcadero is moving forward.
Bowing to pressure from city officials and family members, California Pacific Medical Center announced it will continue to care for patients in its sub-acute nursing unit.
San Francisco officials celebrated the completion on the second phase of the $551 million Moscone Convention Center expansion.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will hold a hearing in November on whether to rescind the controversial sale of a private street.
Tobacco-related cancers are the leading cause of cancer deaths in San Francisco for both men and women.
In the face of intense public pressure, National Park Service officials Wednesday said they are reviewing a permit application for a right-wing rally planned for later this month.
Members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors are dissatisfied with efforts to fix the sinking skyscraper.
The gross production value of crops in Sonoma County last year increased 17 percent from 2015 due partly to the 20 inches of rain from December through March.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is set to consider a 45-day moratorium on new medical cannabis dispensary permits.
The San Francisco Planning Commission called for a citywide moratorium on new dispensaries until a new regulatory framework is developed.
Bicycle "chop shop" legislation that drew strong opposition from both homeless and bicycle advocates will be reworked to reduce the role of police.
San Francisco is set to create a new Office of Cannabis to handle cannabis permits and complaints and serve as a centralized resource.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved legislation setting the highest affordable housing requirements in the nation.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved compromise legislation seeking to curb fraudulent owner move-in evictions.
Legislation restricting the sale of all flavored tobacco including menthol cigarettes was approved unanimously by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
The San Francisco Public Library is adding an additional day of service at nine library branches.
The embattled Contra Costa County District Attorney Mark Peterson resigned Wednesday and pleaded no contest to a single charge of perjury.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is making sure employers in The City are providing a clean, private and safe space for breastfeeding mothers.
Increased 911 call volume coupled with a dwindling staff has led to a crisis for San Francisco emergency dispatch with response times lagging.