They lay on their backs on the cold pavement, motionless. Then, they stood with one arm pierced to the sky.
A peaceful yet frustrated crowd of protesters in downtown San José remained on scene early Sunday evening.
For one moment, the City sprang to colorful life.
It had to happen in Oakland; the progressive hometown where Kamala Harris set out to make history.
For the first time in 40 years, San Francisco publicly commemorated the tragic loss of life at Jonestown.
District 6 Supervisor hopeful Matt Haney has pulled into an early lead Tuesday night.
In an intimate celebration yet with roaring support, Rachel Bolden-Kramer celebrated the launch of her new book in downtown San Francisco Thursday night. Hosted …
What makes people excited to register to vote? Perhaps, ice cream.
Virginia Ramos, San Francisco’s “Tamale Lady,” used to say “I don’t know you, but I love you.”
A video posted to Twitter shows an SFMTA parking control officer in their vehicle hitting a car parked at a hillside curb and then driving away.
San Francisco State University President Leslie Wong announced his resignation from the school Monday morning in a YouTube video.
Nude women and men staged in front of San Francisco’s City Hall Saturday for a rally and march.
Men, hand in hand, formed a circle in the center of a yellow painted room in the Sargent Johnson Gallery.
San Franciscans love their daily coffee. Yet, with all the disposable cups also comes an abundance of waste.
Residents, community members and city officials celebrated the reopening of 92 units of public housing Thursday.
On Women’s Equality Day, thousands gathered nationwide to protest the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
A possible strike by workers for opening day at Golden Gate Fields Thursday was averted under a temporary agreement.
A band of residents and activists have initiated ongoing ideas to potentially re-activate the Fillmore Heritage Center.
Supporters squeezed onto the sidewalk in front of the 15th Street home of five tenants who filed a lawsuit against their landlord.
Chris Bucchere reenters the public eye with allegations of prosecutorial misconduct — but no apology.
Starting next Sunday, Chris Bucchere revisits his deadly crash which killed a pedestrian at Castro and Market.
Faces, lowered and startled, gazed upon the photos, candles and flowers decorating the cold, cement floor outside MacArthur BART station.