Equipped with sandbags and barricades, weekend's flood threats don't hold water
After the Bay Area weathered an "atmospheric river" and "bomb cyclone" over the weekend, it seems the storm has left the Mission District with relatively little damage.
Veteran allegedly threatens staff, taken to hospital
An intoxicated veteran allegedly threatened workers along Mission Street on Thursday afternoon, leading to a brief standoff with multiple armed officers.
Commissioner testified that he recused himself from hearing his business associate's cases - but he didn't always do it
San Francisco Board of Appeals president Darryl Honda unambiguously swore in a deposition earlier this year that he recuses himself whenever a project from SIA Consulting comes before his commission.
Day Around the Bay: Jane Kim Apologizes For Jon Jacobo Event Invite
Former supervisor Jane Kim issued an apology for having brought Jon Jacobo to a recent political event despite his having been accused of sexual assault two months ago.
Developments in Development: Pedal Revolution, South Van Ness and HOPE SF
It was a regular who's who last Friday at Sunnydale's HOPE SF project: There was Rep. Nancy Pelosi seated next to Mayor London Breed.
Yolanda Lopez's first museum show opens Saturday, just weeks after the artist's death
Yolanda Lopez died on Sept. 3 of complications liver cancer.
Her first museum solo show at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego was delayed by a year due, in part, to the pandemic.
Community housing activists fight their own eviction, demand judges follow SF rule
Carmelo Foy-Martí slipped on his sneakers then stood in front of his home, prepared to guard it.
Buena Vista Horace Mann may get $55 million to address litany of safety issues
A school board member said at a hearing on Buena Vista Horace Mann's building maintenance Friday that he would propose spending $55 million to address issues that have been responsible for a litany of safety issues this year including a gas leak, one student getting an electrical shock and another tripping on a crack and needing 12 stitches.
The SF City Attorney insisted Maurice Caldwell was a murderer, today the Board of Supervisors approved an $8 million settlement
San Francisco's Board of Supervisors gave the final approval today for an $8 million settlement with Maurice Caldwell, a man who sued the city nine years ago for wrongfully putting him in prison for 20 years.
Vaccine mandate to potentially reduce staffing at SF General by hundreds
With the long-awaited state vaccine mandate scheduled to kick in at midnight, hundreds of employees at the already short-staffed San Francisco General Hospital stand to be fired.