Police are still searching for the shooter, who appears to have targeted someone he knew, according to SFPD.
San Franciscans are heading to the polls for the third time this year to decide on a number of issues that will shape the city’s political landscape for years to come.
Protesters gathered near City Hall a day after the leak of a draft Supreme Court decision overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade abortion rights legislation.
Plus: A beautiful San Francisco photo book, a glowing tribute to Chinatown, a queer pool tournament and more.
Check out the view from this previously inaccessible area, and other new outdoor spaces around SF for Earth Day.
Nurses organized a systemwide one-day strike calling for increased staffing and Covid safety supplies.
Youth from the Young Women’s Freedom Center–many of whom were themselves incarcerated–advocate for mental health services as the city transforms its juvenile justice system.
The Magic Theatre, San Francisco Ballet, Joe Goode Performance Group and Z Space all have new leaders.
Plus: Ocean Beach bonfires return and the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Local tourists are filling the top decks of tour buses that used to cater to an international crowd, and the sightseeing companies are struggling as they pray for a more lively summer.