After miserably failing health inspections and a “permanent” closure last week, Chinatown’s beloved Sam Wo gets a second chance.
The next ship in the Navy’s fleet could be named USS Harvey Milk if a San Diego County congressman has his way.
While new superintendent Richard Carranza was a favorite with the Board of Education, he may face some trouble winning over the teachers union.
Payday loan companies are facing pressure from Santa Clara County and San Jose to get out of town.
Heading toward the Golden Gate Bridge this weekend? Your trip may be a slow one due to Doyle Drive construction.
The new Bay Guardian owners are about as San Francisco as a ten-gallon hat stuffed with deep-dish pizza.
The state’s new prison plan could save a billion dollars this year alone, but it fails to acknowledge the bigger picture.
37-year-old Bob Myers — a former player agent with just one year of front office experience — has completed his quick ascent to general manager.
The Warriors head coach and fellow St. John’s alum goes easy on the former Ron Artest for his elbow against James Harden.
Supervisor David Chiu wants more green thumbs and less red tape around San Francisco’s urban gardens.
Proposed legislation would ticket bikers just like drivers — but with a smaller fine — if they use their cellphones while riding.
The horror of Aubrey Huff playing second base on Saturday made Giants fans long for good ol’ Freddy Sanchez.
When working just to pay bills left her unfulfilled and in a rut, Stephanie Dodaro decided she wanted to tap into a more spiritual side of her life.
Mission Dolores Park and the Marina Green were packed with people Saturday, leaving ironically large piles of garbage waiting for cleanup on Earth Day.
While threatened species of salmon have been fading from Mill Valley for years, one determined resident is set on bringing them back.
Occupiers took over UC-owned land destined to become a Whole Foods Market and turned it into a farm.
That’s right. Take a needle and thread and stitch those big, negativity-spewing mouths of yours shut.
Some 49ers season ticket holders aren’t happy with the way the team is handling their transition to the new stadium.
Would you pay $9.94 for a box of Cheerios? How about $8 for an 18-pack of corn tortillas? Nobody would. Except the State of California.
The Warriors’ 21-point comeback win last night torpedoed their chances of keeping their first-round draft pick.
As temperatures rise and summer looms, Bay Area families may be shut out of their favorite camping spots.