U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders praised The City for making community college tuition free.
San Francisco will help to pay the $495 renewal cost for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients.
San Francisco merchants affected by long-term or delayed construction projects may see some economic relief from The City.
All 11 San Francisco supervisors approved a resolution to urge the removal Justin Herman’s name from the plaza at the intersection of the Embarcadero and Market Street.
Two pieces of legislation to tackle rental car break-ins were approved on Tuesday by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
An interchange in San Francisco known as The Hairball will be improved with new bike lanes and upgraded pedestrian crosswalks.
Fare cheats who ride on BART could be in for a surprise if officials approve slapping adult fare evaders with a $120 citation.
Before a 50-cent surcharge on paper tickets takes effect, BART is offering some relief.
A plan to fine Dolores Park litters has morphed into a ban on glass beverage containers at all San Francisco public parks.
A resolution urging the removal of Justin Herman's name from the plaza at intersection of Market Street and The Embarcadero is moving forward.
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.
Bus shuttles will serve the California Cable Car line later this month so that the line’s gearbox can be repaired.
All of San Francisco’s parking meters and city-operated garages could soon be part of The City’s demand-responsive parking program known as SFpark.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced on Wednesday that his office has reached a settlement with an immigration consulting firm.
San Francisco transit operators will soon ditch their recognizable, iconic brown uniforms in favor of a new gray.
San Francisco officials celebrated the completion on the second phase of the $551 million Moscone Convention Center expansion.
BART officials announced Friday that they will reduce the speed of trains systemwide as Bay Area cities see record temperatures.
Passengers who take BART to or from the East Bay this Labor Day weekend should give themselves plenty of extra travel time
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is calling on The City’s residents, corporate partners and philanthropic organizations to help.
San Francisco low-income residents and the homeless have a new clinic that offers multiple services in one building.
Joey Gibson and other Patriot Prayer organizers announced the group will hold a press conference at Alamo Square Park on Saturday.
Organizers of the Patriot Prayer have cancelled a highly contentious event in San Francisco that was to take place Saturday at Crissy Field.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will not provide Muni service to the Presidio and Marina during a rally at Crissy Field on Saturday.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and city officials said they are disappointed by the issuance of a permit by the National Park Service to Portland-based Patriot Prayer.
Officials broke ground on new affordable housing that will include a 113-unit, mixed-use building in the Tenderloin
Muni subway service returned to normal after closures during weeknights and all day on weekends.
Around 65,000 students and teachers head back to school today in San Francisco.
The N-Judah will be out of commission for a total of four weekends between September and October.
BART is attempting to get Clipper cards in the hands of low-income riders before a 50-cent surcharge kicks in.
San Francisco city officials are sending a clear message to an alt-right organization that they are not welcomed.
Dennis Herrera said the lawsuit against U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions seeks a court order to declare the new restrictions as unconstitutional.
It’s going to be a wild weekend in San Francisco.
San Francisco residents still have time to enroll at City College of San Francisco for the fall 2017 semester.
Undercover auditors observed cable car conductors failing to collect fares and properly issuing receipts, possibly indicating fraud.
As Metro trains wound down service early Friday morning, crews and engineers headed out to test Muni’s new light rail vehicles.