San Francisco and state officials are joining forces in attempting to provide legal representation for detained immigrants.
The honeymoon period is over for BART fare cheats, as transit officials said Thursday that fare inspectors will begin issuing civil citations.
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.
As activists marched in support of arrested immigrants, 'Dreamer' students face a Friday deadline to register in California.
San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell is opening his doors at City Hall to allow a select group of residents to have some face time.
Private transit service companies like Chariot will not be able to compete with Muni service under new rules.
Muni riders and tourists could soon have to prepay before boarding San Francisco's iconic cable cars.
San Francisco Supervisor and mayoral candidate Jane Kim unveiled her plans on Wednesday to clean up the streets if voters elect her in June to become The City's next mayor.
A cleaner, less urine-soaked 16th Street Mission BART Station is about to become a reality.
From morning to evening, Wednesday's commute on Valentine's Day in the Muni Metro was not so lovely.
San Francisco is making it less stressful and safer for transgender and nonconforming residents living in single room occupancy hotels to use the restroom.
Supervisor Aaron Peskin proposed legislation to require major donors who have contributed $10,000 or more to have to disclose the donation within 24 hours.
Public conservatorship laws may soon expand throughout the state, including in San Francisco, under proposed legislation by state Sen. Scott Wiener.
More than 100 nonprofit agencies who offer youth programs in San Francisco will benefit from a big funding boost.
Repairs inside the 100-year old Twin Peaks Tunnel are anticipated to start over the summer, San Francisco transit officials said Tuesday.
The SFMTA has been working with San Francisco police to conduct sting enforcement operations of disabled placard abuse.
San Francisco could be the first city in the nation to eliminate criminal justice fees levied on individuals exiting the criminal justice system.
The California Department of Justice will now oversee the ongoing police reforms in San Francisco after the U.S. Department of Justice announced last year that they no longer wanted to work with The City on those efforts.
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San Francisco transit officials next week will most likely choose a new contractor for the Twin Peaks Tunnel Trackway Improvement Project.
According to city officials, about 12 percent of residents lack Internet access.
Sen. Scott Wiener on Monday introduced a bill that will make it easier for working moms to continue breastfeeding their children.
San Francisco Muni riders have gotten their wish to keep a transit stop on the L-Taraval.
The SFMTA has begun the installation of new radios into Muni trains in order to improve communications.
Three San Francisco businesses affected by a three-alarm fire on Tuesday night in the West Portal neighborhood will receive funds from The City,
Animal rights groups came out to San Francisco City Hall on Wednesday in support of a proposal to ban the sales of fur apparel.
Transit officials may consider changes to push Muni riders and tourists towards paying for fares in advance.
The wait is over for BART passengers as the first "Fleet of The Future" 10-car train went into service Friday.
San Francisco SAFE Executive Director Kyra Worthy said the Lunar New Year was a fearful time for Asian merchants and families.
Sixteen blocks in Bernal Heights will join San Francisco’s residential parking permit program under strict caps on car owners.
A project to seismically upgrade the Twin Peaks Tunnel may have to start again from square one.
For a third year in a row, the interior of 100 Muni buses will display artwork from Bay Area artists over the next four months.
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.
The current conditions of the 16th Street Mission BART Station is pissing off San Francisco supervisor Hillary Ronen.
The San Francisco Police Department is rolling out a citywide plan to combat the rash of car break-ins and property crimes.
San Francisco hit a record low number of traffic fatalities last year since The City began keeping records in 1915.
A new, state-of-the art child care center opened in San Francisco that plans to serve 70 children of the Bayview community.