As President Donald Trump agreed to reopen the government, San Francisco is planning for future government shutdowns.
Dozens of African American San Francisco city employees and their supporters called for greater oversight of city departments.
City workers in Berkeley voted to authorize a possible strike on Wednesday, though if or when a strike would happen remains undetermined.
Oakland city officials began a weeks-long project Tuesday to remove a homeless encampment that has grown for more than five years under Interstate Highway 980 in West Oakland.
An early morning tentative agreement reached between officials with a Sunnyvale employee union and the city averted a work stoppage of about 450 employees.
San Jose city officials and employee unions appear to have gained a victory Tuesday with voter approval of an alternative pension reform plan for city workers.
San Francisco Supervisors voted 10-1 in favor of making CCSF tuition free to residents and city workers.
Activists and legal groups critical of San Francisco’s treatment of its homeless population delivered a letter to the mayor’s office asking for a change.
San Francisco firefighters equipped with oxygen tanks recovered a body from a debris-filled home in San Francisco’s Richmond District on Saturday, four days after an …
The San Jose City Council Tuesday unanimously approved Mayor Sam Liccardo’s list of spending priorities for the next fiscal year.
San Francisco city employees rallied at City Hall to protest fingerprint-based timeclocks.
San Francisco retirees spoke out against the reappointment of Wendy Paskin-Jordan to The City’s Retirement Board.
A San Francisco Municipal Transportation employee was arrested Friday for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars worth of gasoline.
A man who was fatally struck by a garbage truck while on a work crew has been identified.