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All Bay Area ferryboats that serve commuters and tourists will soon switch from regular diesel to renewable diesel fuel.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is adding a new Muni fare option as part of its $1.2 billion, two-year budget.
An affordable housing site in San Francisco's Mission Bay broke ground Thursday morning that will house homeless veterans and low-income families.
The SFMTA has been working with San Francisco police to conduct sting enforcement operations of disabled placard abuse.
San Francisco Supervisors voted to appoint Mark Farrell mayor after a heated, racially charged debate.
San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin called for a special meeting of the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday to discuss and possibly vote on an interim mayor.
San Francisco City Librarian Luis Herrera Thursday announced his retirement after more than 40 years in the profession.
San Francisco officials Wednesday announced the opening of 75 new homeless shelter beds at The City's largest shelters.
San Francisco officials continue to the mourn the sudden death of Mayor Ed Lee, who died Tuesday morning.
London Breed assumes the powers, responsibilities and duties as the first black female mayor of San Francisco.
San Francisco residents awoke to the jolting news that Mayor Ed Lee died early Tuesday morning.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee passed away at age 65 early Tuesday morning at San Francisco General Hospital.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Wednesday signed legislation creating regulations and permit requirements for commercial cannabis retail, distribution and production.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee today introduced legislation seeking to create three new Navigation Centers, or homeless shelters, on the edge of Visitacion Valley and in the city’s South of Market neighborhood.
The legislation package includes a lease for a…
Officials broke ground on a $20 million project morning that will transform Second Street.
Sales of recreational cannabis will begin in January following the approval of regulations for the new industry.
Muni car No. 2006 took its first fare-paying passengers down the N-Judah line around noon.
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.
Some state and local elected officials Wednesday called for less restrictive regulations for adult cannabis use in San Francisco.
The San Francisco medical examiner's office has left the dilapidated Hall of Justice for a brand-new space across town.
AB 857 will allow The City to lease up to 10 parcels underneath highways from Caltrans at 30 percent below market rate.
Large grocery chains in San Francisco will now have to report the use of antibiotics in raw meat and poultry to The City.
Chinatown may get City funds by the end of year to help with the economic loss due to the construction of the Central Subway.
A Novato hairstylist married to a San Francisco police officer was among those killed Sunday.
San Francisco's Arts Commission voted unanimously Monday to begin the process of removing a historic Civic Center statue.
Gov. Jerry Brown and other state lawmakers gathered in San Francisco Friday to take aim at alleviating the state's housing crisis.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee on Thursday announced that he will speed up the process for creating new homes in The City.
San Francisco's Asian Art Museum Tuesday revealed plans for a $90 million upgrade to its building and programming.
San Francisco will help to pay the $495 renewal cost for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients.
San Francisco's mayor and police are asking the public for help in the fatal shooting of LGBTQ activist Anthony "Bubbles" Torres.
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department gave its blessing to rename a meadow at Golden Gate Park after comedian Robin Williams.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is offering his condolences following the death of a San Francisco fire battalion chief on Sunday morning.
San Francisco officials celebrated the completion on the second phase of the $551 million Moscone Convention Center expansion.
Bay Area elected officials and leaders deplored President Donald Trump's decision to end a program allowing young undocumented immigrants to remain in the United States.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is calling on The City’s residents, corporate partners and philanthropic organizations to help.