San Francisco gave Recology a green light to raise collection rates for trash, recycling and compost.
There were two inaugurations Friday, one in Washington for President Trump, and another in San Francisco to kick off the resistance.
Supervisor Katy Tang is floating a new housing scheme to alleviate The City's chronic shortage.
Hundreds marched with Black Lives Matter in San Francisco down Market Street, from the Embarcadero to the Civic Center.
A tsunami of outcry has extinguished a plan to require permits and fees for campfires on Ocean Beach.
An autopsy showed Mario Woods suffered 17 gunshot wounds with "back to front" trajectories.
Mayor Ed Lee's Affordable Housing Bonus Program is under fire as a threat to rent-controlled housing.
Spontaneous fireside gatherings and mid-winter cookouts will soon be history at Ocean Beach.
A ban on Ocean Beach bonfires was the burning question at the Cliff House last Thursday.
San Francisco’s budget forecasting season kicked off Thursday with some relatively good news.
The closure of recycling centers in San Francisco leaves city residents few options.
A 3-year-old boy on a bicycle was struck by a truck near Golden Gate Park Thursday morning.
A process to legalize “in-law” housing units is headed for the Board of Supervisors.
CITY HALL — New legislation would stem free-flowing profits for bottled water producers.
The Board acted to curb tenant harassment from landlords, and urged changes in the Ellis Act.
San Francisco protesters joined demonstrations in 15 U.S. cities demanding higher wages for Wal-Mart workers.
If lawyers had a penalty shootout, it might look like what played out in a San Francisco courtroom.
Citizens appealing City decisions about any large building project now have a clear set of rules for filing the paperwork.
Several hundred demonstrators in downtown San Francisco joined others in cities across the country.
Why do we celebrate Independence Day on the fourth day of July? History provides a few contenders.
Advocates of marriage equality scored two historic victories Wednesday morning. UPDATED 5:15 p.m.
Raised bicycle lanes are likely to replace 167 parking spaces along Masonic Avenue between Fell and Geary.
A $7 entrance fee for non-residents to enter the Botanical Gardens in Golden Gate Park is about to be extended.
After months of proposals, not one but two versions of CEQA appeal legislation were kicked up to the full Board of Supervisors.
Thousands came out for the Bay to Breakers race in San Francisco to have a good run, or a party, or both.
Supervisor Scott Wiener is trying revise City codes dealing with the California Environmental Quality Act.
Two supervisors withdrew support for their own TIC conversion proposal, yet others sent it out of committee and onto the full Board.
A fragile consensus is emerging about giving TIC homeowners relief while protecting the City’s stock of rental units.
Wherever President Obama appeared around The City this week, protesters made it known they were not happy.
Some struggling home buyers in San Francisco could find themselves in a conflict with renters over Tenancy in Common conversions.
More victims of fraud targeting elderly Chinese women have come forward, reporting they were scammed of cash and jewelry.
Last month's closure of the Golden Gate Park recycling center could shift the burden of can and bottle collection to small businesses.
A judge Wednesday reduced the bail of the man accused of driving drunk and killing Lowell High School student Hanren Chang.
Thousands of people gathered on the waterfront Sunday demanding the Obama administration confront climate change.
When the Violence Against Women Act came up for renewal last year, changes by the U.S. Senate faced resistance in the House.
Hundreds joined Code Pink on Valentine’s Day to dance and march across the Golden Gate Bridge.