A Santa Clara County commissioner has resigned under pressure, two weeks after she ruffled feathers by questioning Cesar Chavez’s ties to the city in a …
San Francisco Mayor London Breed has chosen Michael Lambert as City Librarian for the San Francisco Public Library.
Dozens of African American San Francisco city employees and their supporters called for greater oversight of city departments.
After thousands of Google employees walked out of their offices last week in protest of sexual harassment in the workplace, the Mountain View company has announced it will make several changes to bolster its system of reporting abuse.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Thursday issued an executive directive to expand gender identities on all city forms and applications.
Hundreds of protesters took over an intersection of downtown San Francisco Thursday morning to denounce what they say is Gov. Jerry Brown’s inaction on climate change as he attends the Global Climate Action Summit in The City this week.
San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White will be named Career Fire Chief of the Year by the International Association of Fire Chiefs and Pierce Manufacturing Thursday in Dallas.
University of California at Berkeley Vice Chancellor Scott Biddy said Monday that the university is investigating a campus police officer’s ticketing of a hot dog vendor Saturday.
From downtown to the Castro and beyond, a spectrum of acceptance and inclusion shined across San Francisco.
Clothing retailer Forever 21 violated state civil rights laws and discriminated against Spanish-speaking employees, according to a lawsuit filed this week.
Ecologists Friday afternoon continued their re-introduction of the Variable Checkerspot butterfly to the Presidio in San Francisco.
The U.S. Department of Labor sued Google Inc. Wednesday in a dispute about how much employee information the technology giant must provide.
San Francisco school and city officials Tuesday announced a package of new housing assistance and resources for educators.
The San Francisco Superior Court Bench elected its first female African-American presiding judge.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders arrived in San Jose Wednesday for a rally that drew thousands.
The $250 million bond, if approved by voters, would be the largest housing bond in San Francisco history.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are passing the Pink Saturday baton to the San Francisco LGBT Center.
Public officials, civil rights groups and a police officers’ union today condemned racist and homophobic text messages allegedly sent by four San Francisco officers.
Minimum wage in Oakland is rising from $9 per hour to $12.25 today, but advocates with the East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy say …
Dori Maynard, a powerful and respected voice for diversity in journalism, passed away Tuesday.