The once in a decade electoral maps are starting to fall into place in San Francisco.
Rob Geller, a longtime employee of the SF Department of Public Health, hasn’t taken a vaccine since 1978. His refusal to get jabbed may cost him his job.
Members of the budget committee recommended a funding boost to a Department of Public Health contract, but expressed frustration on what they saw as a lack of data on outcomes.
During a tour of an emergency dispatch center, Breed urged changes to state laws governing the use of involuntary mental health treatment.
Some Union Square merchants questioned the efficacy of the city’s approach to deterring crime over the holidays, which includes restricting cars and an amped-up police presence.
The man was struck by gunfire near Fifth and Folsom streets at some time before 9 a.m. near the Covered Wagon Hotel at 917 Folsom Street, sources said.
S.F. transit officials breathed a sigh of relief this week, with federal funds expected to come through despite a labor ruling that withholds money from California agencies.
The Board of Supervisors passed a measure Tuesday that will allow private individuals or entities to hire off-duty sheriffs as security officers
Candidates for the assembly seat must navigate a sequence of elections next year that includes a potentially big shift in the local political map.
A nixed plan for a drop-in center has become a flashpoint for homeless services dispute.