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A lawyer for a sex workers’ advocacy group asked a federal appeals court in San Francisco today to overturn a 145-year-old California law that criminalizes prostitution.
Attorney Louis Sirkin told a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of…
Improved parking and pedestrian and visitor access at Muir Woods National Monument took a step closer this week.
A San Francisco resident is facing multiple felony charges for allegedly filing several fraudulent disabled parking placard applications.
A group of seniors and disabled residents rallied in San Francisco's Bayview District Wednesday to call for longer crossing times on the busy Third Street corridor.
Golden Gate Ferry will begin commute service between Tiburon and San Francisco starting March 6.
Highway 160 in Antioch is open after a disabled big-rig blocked the northbound side of the Antioch bridge Tuesday night.
The San Jose Sharks hockey team made a $30,000 donation to help a Peninsula high school's special needs hockey group.
All life has value, but each life must determine whether its own life is worth living.
The Oakland Athletics will promote pitching prospect Daniel Mengden on Saturday, sending him straight to the mound.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee today announced a $9.6 billion budget proposal for the next fiscal year that emphasized funding for homelessness services, police reform efforts and neighborhood services.
Because of large crowds expected at the event, VTA officials said having pre-purchased fares will allow passengers to board faster.
Stubblefield allegedly sexually assaulted the developmentally disabled victim after she was came to his Morgan Hill home to interview as a babysitter.
A train that was briefly disabled near BART's Embarcadero station this morning caused major delays on the system.
A jury Monday awarded $11 million to a man paralyzed last year in a shooting by a San Jose police officer.
A man was fatally struck by several vehicles while running across Interstate Highway 880 after a chain-reaction collision Saturday in Hayward.
It would seem there’s a great disconnect between the ideal and the reality. But I am seeing now where that gap is bridged.
A San Francisco landlord who is allegedly bullying elderly and disabled tenants into surrendering their rent-controlled apartments has been sued by The City.
A man on trial for raping and murdering a teenage girl more than three decades ago was found guilty of first-degree murder.
A 36-year-old man faces a life sentence following his conviction for sexually abusing five children while serving as a counselor for troubled and disabled youths.
Two videos have surfaced showing a San Francisco police officer appearing to try to dump a disabled man out of his wheelchair.
Lower income seniors and people with disabilities will soon join youth in riding Muni for free.
In hopes of making The City more affordable, Mayor Ed Lee called for free Muni passes for its most vulnerable riders.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to take up San Francisco's appeal of a case that concerns how police must treat mentally disabled suspects who threaten violence.
A blind author and the National Federation of the Blind sued ridesharing company Uber in federal court.