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Protesters marched through San Francisco’s sun-soaked streets Saturday afternoon, chanting against the Trump administration.
The discussion to increase the fine for those who trash Dolores Park will continue until after the San Francisco Board Supervisors’ summer break.
A recent poll found Nancy Pelosi's favorability at 39 percent – about on par with Donald Trump's.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is making sure employers in The City are providing a clean, private and safe space for breastfeeding mothers.
San Francisco’s litter is piling up, and not just on sunny weekends in Dolores Park.
Former state Sen. Art Torres is joining the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors after winning approval from the Board of Supervisors.
Supervisors said they received little information from PG&E about the power outage to share with concerned constituents.
San Francisco supervisors are calling for a hearing over the response from PG&E during last Friday’s citywide power outage.
U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein defended her record to a town hall crowd pushing for stronger action against the administration of President Donald Trump.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, who was elected in 2014, announced Monday that she will seek re-election in 2018.
San Francisco wants rental car companies to remove any identifiers off rental cars such as company logos, rental company names, barcodes and decals.
A San Francisco supervisor wants to make sure a similar incident to this week's forceful removal of a bumped passenger never unfolds at The City’s airport.
San Francisco’s top transportation official is taking the blame for not spending enough funds from a voter-approved bond.
Bluegogo and other dockless bike sharing companies who want to deploy their bikes on San Francisco streets will now have to play by rules.
San Francisco could soon have a citywide policy that would require employers to provide a space for returning mothers to breastfeed their baby.
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 could have a citywide workforce policy that includes guaranteeing work on public works projects over $1 million for skilled labor workers,
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.
London Breed is wondering publicly why the SFMTA is spending the 2014 voter-approved $500 million transportation bond so slowly.
President Donald Trump is threatening to withhold federal funds from "out of control" California if the state declares itself a sanctuary state.
If Donald Trump knows he is lying, he not only accomplishes nothing, he harms himself by showing he will lie over irrelevant trivialities.
To some liberals, Donald Trump’s inauguration portends doom for the republic; to many conservatives, it’s a crowning moment for the nation that will usher in an era of growth and optimism.
Is Donald Trump shutting Americans out of his presidency? The White House comment line is shut down, and federal agencies are not allowed to respond to requests.
There were two inaugurations Friday, one in Washington for President Trump, and another in San Francisco to kick off the resistance.
Several members of the Bay Area's Democratic Congressional delegation will be joining more than 50 of their colleagues in avoiding Friday's inauguration of Donald Trump.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom today celebrated the passage of state ballot measures he backed legalizing recreational marijuana use and imposing new gun controls.
Speaking at a press conference in downtown San Francisco, Newsom said Proposition 64, the “Adult Use of…
Bay Area voters in BART's three-district counties approved a $3.5 billion bond measure Tuesday night that will go toward repairing the transit system's aging infrastructure.
BART's 3.5 billion bond measure is holding on to the required combined two-thirds approval in the transit district's three Bay Area counties.
The balance of power on San Francisco's Board of Supervisors shifted toward the center following Tuesday's election.
A longtime South Bay congressional leader is losing his seat to a newcomer in their second contest against each other.
Voters deemed a three-quarters cent sales tax bump too steep a cost for increased transit and homeless services.
Proponents of two propositions on the Nov. 8 ballot kicked off their campaign on Wednesday at San Francisco City Hall.
BART will seek voter approval in November for $3.5 billion in bonds to rebuild their aging infrastructure.