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Sen. Scott Wiener on Monday introduced a bill that will make it easier for working moms to continue breastfeeding their children.
Animal rights groups came out to San Francisco City Hall on Wednesday in support of a proposal to ban the sales of fur apparel.
The San Francisco Police Department is rolling out a citywide plan to combat the rash of car break-ins and property crimes.
San Francisco’s residential black garbage bins are getting a lot smaller and could soon disappear altogether.
Near-term measures to slow down vehicle traffic inside Golden Gate Park will soon be arriving.
New ashcans at Ocean Beach and throughout the Sunset and Richmond will help curb cigarette butt litter.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is making sure employers in The City are providing a clean, private and safe space for breastfeeding mothers.
Pick up your dog’s poop!
That’s the message District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang is sending to dog owners and future dog owners who may want to adopt a dog through one of The City’s animal shelters.
Tang, along with the…
Parents who have a hard time finding a sanitary baby changing station will soon have a number of places to choose from in San Francisco.
San Francisco is trying to make it easier for parents to find a public restroom with a changing diaper station.
San Francisco Supervisor Katy Tang is planning to bring back a proposal where multi-unit housing projects could receive flexibility in density and height requirements.
San Francisco pet stores will soon be prohibited from selling non-rescued cats and dogs.
San Francisco could soon add itself to the list of cities that prohibit the sale of dogs and cats that are not from animal rescue organizations.
Major transit and street changes are coming to Taraval Street despite outcry from merchants and residents.
A transit advocacy group wants to bring more smiles and positivity to Muni riders starting this week.
Supervisor Katy Tang is floating a new housing scheme to alleviate The City's chronic shortage.
A final proposal of the much-heated and debated L-Taraval Rapid Project will make its way to a public hearing at City Hall.
Legislation granting a density bonus to nonprofits developing 100 percent affordable housing projects was approved unanimously by the Board of Supervisors.
San Francisco officials are reminding residents that dumping used motor oil is not safe for the water system and the environment.
A measure headed for the November ballot would make it easier for police to remove homeless tent encampments.
Three San Francisco supervisors were not comfortable in letting the Municipal Transportation Agency lease a new training facility.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is $2.5 million each year for a new training facility in South San Francisco for its Muni operators.
Mayor Ed Lee's Affordable Housing Bonus Program is under fire as a threat to rent-controlled housing.