San Francisco leaders and developers broke ground Thursday on the $1 billion 5M mixed-use development project more than three years after the Board of Supervisors …
A union investigation into staff pay disparities at the San Francisco Chronicle has led to a charge taken out with the National Labor Relations Board.
The city of Berkeley has reached a settlement with protesters and journalists who sued the city over police use of force at Black Lives Matter protests in 2015.
In an industry starving for fresh business models, it’s no surprise media Goliaths like Hearst have clawed their way to the crowdfunding teat.
A group of prominent Bay Area Catholics has called on Pope Francis to remove San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone.
On Sunday, Daniel and Eric Louie hawked their final Chronicle in the Sunset.
Two suspects who allegedly stole a newspaper delivery van in San Francisco’s Bayview District this morning were eventually arrested in the East Bay after a lengthy pursuit, police said.
One of the youngest members of the Jones Family Gorilla Preserve at the San Francisco Zoo died Friday in what staff described as a “tragic accident,” a spokeswoman said.
The simple red square in place of your favorite Chronicle writer’s avatar is meant to send a message: We’re sick of this.
The Chron premieres its new site with paid content this weekend, but will readers fork over $12/month for more C.W. Nevius?
One newspaper deliverywoman squats accused of chronically urinating in a Marina apartment building elevator.