The president of the Board of Supervisors has been taking meetings across the city and is 'warming up' to the idea of challenging Mayor Breed.
The Board of Supervisors’ only Democratic Socialist has become a lightning rod among the city’s moderates. Can Dean Preston win reelection?
After a devastating 2015 earthquake, many Nepalese people fled to the Bay Area. But better-known Indian food casts a long shadow.
A demonstration Saturday demanding an end to the Israel-Hamas war turned violent near the Israel consulate, resulting in injuries to demonstrators and officers.
Republicans want to scrap the law, accusing Gov. Gavin Newsom of corruption in dealings with a Panera Bread franchisee.
For many people, living on the streets of California is a death sentence.
More than 10 feet of snow was expected at higher elevations as the blizzardy weather hit the Sierra Nevada.
The wave of interest and cash to Black entrepreneurs that came in the wake of George Floyd’s killing has significantly receded.
Bilal Mahmood is running for a seat on the Democratic County Central Committee next week and for supervisor in November.
In a filing with the U.S. Supreme Court, San Francisco came out squarely against a lower court's decision that places restrictions on the ability to abate encampments.
After an appeals court clarified that the city has the right to abate certain homeless encampments, a recent count purports to show a decrease in tents and vehicles.
China said last month that the San Diego Zoo will receive pandas. Mayor London Breed is not giving up her mission to get the rare, fuzzy animals in San Francisco.
Alphabet's robotaxi arm is officially allowed to go down the Peninsula and utilize freeways to ferry passengers.
You can take the Burberry or Balenciaga, but please, I beg you, leave the complimentary brown bread.
The former Westfield mall in downtown San Francisco will now be called 'Emporium Centre San Francisco.'
Electronic Arts is cutting about 5% of its workforce, or approximately 670 employees, as layoffs in the gaming sector continue.
Jaime and Adrian Norberto, owners of La Casa De Maria in East Oakland, say their burrito is the cheapest in all of California.
The manager at Salt & Straw's Hayes Valley shop said drug users have been stealing five to 10 pints of ice cream daily.
Pizza, La Croix and a politician are part of the package at these San Francisco gatherings.
Never before scene negatives exclusively shared with The Standard include thousands of images of a vanished world.
Reggie Watts, the comedian and musician, voiced his views on San Francisco's handling of homelessness ahead of his Thursday show in the city.
Additional investigation by the Standard identifies family members of Ary Arcadie Lochakov, whose long-vanished art was discovered in San Francisco.
Leo Chiang and Sean Wang are nominated for the best documentary short category at this year's Academy Awards.
The power San Francisco’s politicians seek from the Supreme Court will be no solution at all.
The San Francisco landmark’s closure can’t be directly attributed to crime or homelessness as reactionary commentators and politicians claimed.
‘Common sense’: If San Francisco leaders want to spend another $30 million a year for cops, they need to tell us where the money will come from.
‘There are plenty of us who depend on a reliable means of communication.’
Building on the momentum from last year’s highly successful events, multiple night markets are set to return.
Buzzy Los Angeles bottle shop the New Bar debuts with booze-free beverages on San Francisco’s Union Street this March.
The bright, healing flavors of Komaaj Mazze Bar include unique ingredients like barberries, borage flowers and pomegranate molasses.
Chome has exactly the kind of serious fun that San Francisco needs right now.
Sharing eye-popping utility bills on social media is all the rage. Emphasis on rage.
It was the first bloom for the corpse flower, nicknamed Mirage, at the California Academy of Sciences.
The rainy season in San Francisco doesn’t just bring April flowers. Sometimes, it brings mold—and even mushrooms—indoors.
An expedition, accompanied by two adventurous chefs, yielded plenty of wisdom about toxic species—and a handful of beautiful purple blewits.