Thousands are expected in Oakland Saturday to call for a fracking moratorium in California.
Lying in her hospital bed, Nancie Gee gazes out the window, watching the birds.
Competing initiatives take different paths toward increasing affordable housing in San Francisco.
A November ballot measure give voters a chance to put City parks on the fast track.
The minimum wage in San Francisco will climb to $15 by 2018 if voters say “yes” in November.
Riding a bicycle on San Francisco streets requires a special kind of courage.
About 70 women protested against ads targeting David Campos’ stance on domestic violence.
24th Street between Mission and Potrero has been declared a Latino Cultural District.
People with serious mental disorders may soon be able to receive better care in San Francisco.
Legislation from Supervisor Mark Farrell would give homeless first priority to affordable housing.
LAUREL VILLAGE — The smell of popcorn lingered in the air on a bright weekend afternoon.
An additional $1.4 million may mean fewer homeless on City streets.
Parents have a new tool to help them keep track of their possibly wayward teenagers.
Mayor Ed Lee and Supervisor Malia Cohen welcomed Grocery Outlet to Visitacion Valley.
A Grocery Outlet supermarket opened Thursday in Visitacion Valley.
Free Internet access for all San Franciscans. It’s been promised, but never delivered upon.
The parallels between the Edward Snowden case and The Burglary by Betty Medsger can’t be ignored.
The debate over housing in San Francisco spilled into the Board of Supervisors chambers.
ORACLE ARENA — Students who earned their way to We Day let loose in loud celebration.
One Bay Area college is backing off a policy to limit faculty speech to reporters.