A U.S. citizen was arrested Friday at his home in Hayward on suspicion of spying for China, federal prosecutors announced Monday. Xuehua Peng, also known …
San Francisco police said they investigated more than 20 bomb threats in the city Thursday.
Workers at Marriott hotels on strike for two months have reached a tentative agreement with the company.
Single-use shampoo, conditioner and lotion bottles will disappear from hotels in Santa Cruz County following the Board of Supervisors’ vote Tuesday.
West Marin County voters appear to have passed Measure W, a 4 percent increase in the transient occupancy tax.
The strike by hotel housekeepers, bellmen, cooks, dishwashers and other workers against Marriott Hotels continued Saturday.
Union officials said 41 Marriott hotel workers were arrested Friday evening in San Francisco as they rallied for changes from their employer.
Thousands of Marriott hotel workers in San Francisco and San Jose went on strike Thursday morning to demand higher pay, more job security and smaller workloads.
As many as 2,300 hotel workers at seven downtown San Francisco Marriott hotels could walk off the job after a vast majority voted Thursday to strike, union officials said.
Seventy-five protesters were arrested Monday in San Francisco demanding improved conditions for hotel workers.
The tallest building in San Francisco is now officially open for business.
Several city officials joined Salesforce employees in a triumphant ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday for the massive 61-story building, which has already become an iconic part of The City’s skyline.
Supervisor Hillary Ronen Tuesday will move to expand that requirement to hotels and SROs.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved legislation making it harder for the owners of residential hotels to rent rooms out to tourists.
Legislation approved by a Board of Supervisors committee Monday will make it harder for residential hotel owners to rent out rooms to tourists
Super Bowl 50 travelers with unsettled lodging plans may have to fork over more — or settle for less.
San Francisco’s Powell Street could soon become safer for both pedestrians and cable car riders.
In San Francisco, whole families are increasingly living in apartments that were intended to house only one person, according to a new report released today …
Nearly two dozen demonstrators were arrested Monday evening while blocking the entrance to San Francisco hotel Le Meridien.