Acting Mayor London Breed Friday declared her intention to run in a special election scheduled for June.
The tenth annual Outside Lands came to a close Sunday night in the most San Francisco way possible.
The world of BDSM — leather, flogging and chained men in canine masks — flooded San Francisco’s Folsom Street Sunday.
A bill that would allow local communities across California to extend alcohol sales hours past 2 a.m. is one step closer to becoming law.
The developer of a contested four-story housing and retail project in San Francisco's Mission District has reached agreement with community advocates.
San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim Tuesday introduced legislation to create the nation's first transgender, lesbian, gay and bisexual cultural district in an area that was home to a historic protest.
Persistent problems with employees not showing up for work is laid out in a report by the City Controller’s Office.
Some 31 social services, childcare and arts nonprofits in San Francisco received over $1 million in grants this month.
San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin grilled members of The City's Department of Building Inspection Friday on why the design of the Millennium Tower was not reviewed more rigorously.
Eight people in SF's Mission District are being treated for exposure to a substance firefighters have not identified or released the name of yet.
Bridge officials this week are installing new signs to remind people that flying drones over or near the famous bridge is prohibited.
An ordinance that would allow bicyclists to treat stop signs more like yield signs was approved by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
To faithful SFBay readers, I’m elated to announce the birth of the Culture and Arts section.
Two San Francisco landmarks took the top two spots in the 2015 TripAdvisor's Travelers Choice awards for U.S. landmarks.
A one-of-kind U.S. museum will remain in San Francisco's Castro for another five years.
China Harbor will develop a plan for retail and office space around West Oakland BART.
She may have been heading to grandma's house, but anthropologists wanted to know where she came from.
More than 75,000 people filled historic Yerba Buena Gardens this weekend for the 20th Pistahan festival.