This fall’s San Francisco voter guide will swell to whopping 500 pages and cost an estimated $1.8 million to print.
Mayor Ed Lee made good on his Super Bowl bet Friday with some community service — and some eating — in Baltimore.
Police Chief Greg Suhr says more surveillance cameras along Market Street could prevent tragedies like the Boston bombings.
While we decide if we’ll rename SFO after Harvey Milk, San Diego claims dibs on Harvey Milk Street.
Less than half of community college students managed to transfer or earn a certificate within their six-year goal.
The miniature-sized door that mysteriously appeared in the base of a Golden Gate Park tree has now disappeared.
Organizers hope moving the Richmond’s October Sunday Streets event into the actual neighborhood will spark community engagement.
Saturday’s Arab Women’s Conference at the San Francisco Main Library seeks to expand the conversation on women and Islam.
Traffic could be a nightmare today in Palo Alto, but a new Mike Judge comedy series on Silicon Valley just might be worth it.
Redwood City, San Carlos and Palo Alto are the latest Bay Area cities to jump on the plastic bag banwagon.