Four incumbent San Francisco supervisors appeared to have secured their spots on the Board of Supervisors.
An adult in a hospital on Tuesday in Napa County died in the county’s only death so far from\ Covid-19.
Almost a year after San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed legislation to rename the San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 1 after slain Supervisor Harvey …
Norman Yee became the Board of Supervisors president after hours of public comment and weeks of speculation.
Dozens of African American San Francisco city employees and their supporters called for greater oversight of city departments.
District 4 candidate Gordon Mar declared victory Thursday over his opponent Jessica Ho.
District 6 Supervisor hopeful Matt Haney has pulled into an early lead Tuesday night.
San Francisco Supervisors Tuesday voted unanimously to create a committee to oversee The City’s growing cannabis industry.
Medications from patients no longer using them will soon be able to go to low-income clinic patients in San Francisco.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed has appointed one of her former legislative aides to be The City’s new District 5 supervisor.
London Breed assumes the powers, responsibilities and duties as the first black female mayor of San Francisco.
Legislation that would require companies testing delivery robots in San Francisco to get a permit was approved unanimously in committee.
San Francisco supervisors voted to rescind the sale of a private street that was put up for auction by The City’s tax collector after a …
San Francisco Supervisors will hear an appeal of a plan to add bike lanes and improve pedestrian crossings to a complicated tangle of roads and freeways city planners have dubbed “The Hairball.”
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved legislation setting the highest affordable housing requirements in the nation.
Legislation restricting the sale of all flavored tobacco including menthol cigarettes was approved unanimously by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
Selling flavored or menthol cigarettes would be banned in San Francisco under legislation proposed to the Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
Two pieces of legislation were introduced to the Board of Supervisors aiming to make it harder for landlords to fraudulently evict tenants by falsely claiming they plan to live in the property.
San Francisco Supervisor Hillary Ronen told T.Y. Lin International to “stick to building bridges.”
Dockless bike sharing companies may soon need to abide by San Francisco’s rules if they want to do business here.