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A nearly completed Masonic Avenue was celebrated by city officials a decade after residents and businesses first complained.
San Francisco announced Tuesday it will assemble a new team, known as the Poop Patrol, which will be focused on cleaning up human and animal waste.
A construction worker at the site of the Twin Peaks Tunnel project in San Francisco has died.
What was once a dreary, dark and dull\ bus depot at First and Mission streets has emerged as a bright, vibrant transit center.
Tenants facing evictions in San Francisco will be able to ask The City for legal representation starting next June.
San Francisco Unified School District Board of Education president Hydra Mendoza is stepping down from her post at the end of September.
San Francisco opened a brand new homeless navigation center on Friday near U.S. Highway 101 that was previously used as parking lot.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed signed her first two-year budget on Wednesday which will focus on spending millions on combating homelessness.
San Francisco has helped a Mission district nonprofit acquire a four-story mixed-use building in the Excelsior in order to keep rents stable.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Friday afternoon appointed Ivy Lee to the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees to replace Rafael Mandelman.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed has appointed one of her former legislative aides to be The City's new District 5 supervisor.
About 1,000 people gathered Wednesday to witness London Breed, San Francisco’s first African-American female mayor, take her oath of office.
The reappointment of a San Francisco police commissioner nominated by Mayor Mark Farrell was blocked for the second time in a vote Tuesday by The City's Board of Supervisors.
San Francisco Supervisor Malia Cohen will become the next president of the Board of Supervisors after the board voted unanimously to elect her.
Hundreds of people blocked the entrance to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement's San Francisco office Tuesday to protest a new national immigration policy that has children being separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
London Breed celebrated her mayoral victory inside a crowded auditorium at Rosa Parks Elementary.
San Francisco mayoral candidate and former state Sen. Mark Leno announced Wednesday that he will concede to Board of Supervisors President London Breed.
San Francisco mayoral candidate and Board of Supervisors President London Breed will become The City's first African American female mayor.
Board of Supervisors President London Breed leads former state Sen. Mark Leno by 1,861 votes — an increase of 260 votes since Monday.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors President maintained her lead over former state Sen. Mark Leno on Monday afternoon.
Board of Supervisors President London Breed lead in San Francisco’s mayor race continued to grow on Sunday.
Board of Supervisors President London Breed has taken the lead over former state Sen. Mark Leno in the race to become San Francisco’s next mayor.
San Francisco mayoral candidate and President of the Board of Supervisors London Breed continues to gain traction.
Former state Sen. Mark Leno is holding on to his slim lead in the San Francisco mayor’s race against Board of Supervisors President London Breed.
Former state Sen. Mark Leno Wednesday afternoon remains in the lead in the tight race for San Francisco Mayor.
Former state Sen. Mark Leno is holding a narrow lead over Board of Supervisors president London Breed in the race to become San Francisco's next mayor.
Plastic straws could soon be shown the door in San Francisco, just like plastic bags.
Walk to Work Day began for some city officials by celebrating a new traffic signal early Thursday morning.
Saturday's rally was largely organized by young people demanding lawmakers tighten gun control laws.
The mayor’s appearance once a month to answer city policy questions from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors could get livelier and more robust.
San Francisco officials, school kids and environmentalists rallied to convince the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to not repeal a plan that would limit carbon dioxide emissions across the nation.
Teachers, nurses, transit workers and politicians rallied at San Francisco City Hall in response to a U.S. Supreme Court case that could decrease funding and participation in unions.
Public conservatorship laws may soon expand throughout the state, including in San Francisco, under proposed legislation by state Sen. Scott Wiener.
San Francisco could be the first city in the nation to eliminate criminal justice fees levied on individuals exiting the criminal justice system.
San Francisco Supervisors voted to appoint Mark Farrell mayor after a heated, racially charged debate.
San Francisco SAFE Executive Director Kyra Worthy said the Lunar New Year was a fearful time for Asian merchants and families.