Motorcycles revved up, sending the crowd of hundreds of thousands into a frenzy. Sabine Balden sat on her bike, ready to ride, dressed in clothes …
City and state lawmakers came together to urge the governor to sign legislation opening the door for San Francisco’s first safe injection site.
During a rally Tuesday afternoon outside of City Hall, supporters of the Our City, Our Home measure turned in 28,000 signatures to The City.
Fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders in the Fremont Unified School District will not have sex education this year after hundreds of parents objected to “age inappropriate” material in the proposed curriculum.
San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell said he will increase street cleaning funding by $12.8 million in his two-year budget.
San Francisco is getting additional help getting rid of syringes and needles that are left on city streets.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is set to consider a 45-day moratorium on new medical cannabis dispensary permits.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has appointed a longtime HIV and AIDS activist as District 8 supervisor, the mayor’s office announced this morning. Jeff Sheehy …
San Francisco supervisors are set to consider legislation extending rent control protections to residents receiving federal housing subsidies for people with HIV/AIDS.
A new report could lead to the historic preservation of more LGBTQ sites and places in San Francisco.
Four eight-foot tall, 15-year-old tree ferns and five trees were vandalized last Friday night.
The annual AIDS Walk will take place Sunday in Golden Gate Park, and cause several road closures until 2 p.m.
Researchers expressed optimism over their search for a cure ahead of a major conference in Kuala Lumpur.
Tenofovir, used to treat patients with HIV, reduced infection rates among drug users in a new study.
Clinical trials of an vaccine designed to halt the virus that leads to AIDS were halted after discovering it did not stop infection.
An Australian scientist says he has discovered how to turn the HIV virus against itself to stop it progressing to AIDS.